Recently opened in 2006 by restaurateur Franco Nuschese, Sette Bello, or the “Handsome Seven of Diamonds,” offers patrons authentic Italian cuisine combined with chic décor.
A very pleasant, friendly and amicable environment at Anthony’s Restaurant on West Broad Street in Falls Church makes it a quaint place to have just a nice basic dinner, with a little Italian feeling.
Unique décor, relaxing music, and friendly service are part and parcel to the dining experience at Present, a Vietnamese restaurant right down Arlington Boulevard in Falls Church.
Packed into the same square block as Lost Dog and Stray Cat Cafés, and right across from the original Lebanese Taverna, Thai Noy completes the restaurant quarter in Arlington’s Westover neighborhood – and lives up to its neighbors’ performances.
Tsim Yung Chinese Restaurant is an excellent, dependable source of Chinese carry-out favorites.
Don’t let the new location fool you. Although they left Eden Center, Four Sisters is still one of the best Vietnamese restaurants outside of Vietnam. In their new Merrifield digs, Four Sisters still offers traditional cuisine that is hard to find elsewhere.
Whether it’s because you’ve burned the last four turkeys, or simply become too tired to endure another family feud over how to carve the thing, the News-Press has the holiday dining scoop for those of you who want the cooking done for you this year.
The Italian Café’s interior is reminiscent of an old family bistro in which you gather around a magnificently set table with close relatives and old friends, dining on rich, meaty pasta dishes served with heavy sauces.
Scurrying in off the sidewalk into the warm interior of Panjshir, the sounds and smells of ethnic cooking immediately stimulate the senses.
From pizza and ranch dressing to pickles and milk, cravings are a phenomenon of human nature.