For the best of the best when it comes to diners, Bob and Edith’s off Columbia Pike tops the list. An Arlington landmark for nearly four decades, Bob and Edith’s promises a traditional diner meal that is satisfying and just short of a heart attack.
“Imagine 2008,” Annual Fundraiser for the Falls Church-based Northern Virginia AIDS Ministry, Torpedo Factory Arts Center, Alexandria, Saturday, April 26, 8 p.m. (following house parties all over the region).
The Front Page restaurant is settled in the heart of Ballston, a themed bar and restaurant that attracts both family diners and a bar crowd. As you walk into the restaurant and see the bar to the left and the dining area to your right, it soon becomes clear why […]
For those looking for an organic dining experience other your local health food store, look no further than Sunflower Vegetarian Restaurant. Originally located in Vienna, a new branch recently opened in Falls Church at the Seven Corners intersection of routes 50 and 7. The food takes Japanese cuisine served up […]
With a generous collection of curries, kabobs and flatbreads, Delhi Club goes straight to the heart of Indian cuisine. It’s an experience that takes patrons beyond just eating: spiced aromas fill the restaurant, Indian music plays in the background and the food is, of course, well-seasoned and delicious.
I first entered Soho Tea and Coffee in the summer of 1998. It’s a place with a history for the Dupont Circle neighborhoods, a place I remembered sitting up until the wee hours of the morning while sipping coffee with friends and thinking: “This is what city life is like.” […]
You want to know what “drawing power” is? Consider this story: After taking ownership of Scoop Beauregard’s, a tiny ice cream a coffee parlor nestled in Arlington’s Westover Plaza, new owners Kris and Michelle Rowley wanted to freshen up their new shop. As the couple started repainting the walls, they […]
Media mogul Ted Turner has never been afraid of taking risks. So it comes as no surprise that Turner’s latest project, creating the restaurant chain “Ted’s Montana Grill” is a unique venture in classic American dining.
Fans of unusually flavored beers are largely limited to small craft products. Now, however, the big boys are increasingly getting into the act.
Tiffany’s Bakery was in existence for 20 years in the Seven Corners shopping center before the Jimenez family bought it 10 years ago. Beatrice, Mr. Bonifacio Jimenez’ wife enjoys the experience of owning the bakery, especially since they have their three daughters to help.