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Caffe Amouri not only roasts its own coffee, it will also freshly-grind it for your “hand-pour.” Weekends at Caffe Amouri feature board games, records (yes, vinyl records) and open mic night. Michael Amouri, owner, participates in many community fundraisers.

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Free Fun in Vienna

There’s a bit of free something for all around town.

From free concerts on the Town Green to Civil War-era exhibitions and festivals to presentations, there are lots of free things to do in the Vienna area for every age group. Even those not-quite-free things are a bargain for what you get. The restored and newly-repainted red caboose across the street from Freeman House is maintained by the Optimist Club of Greater Vienna. Children are always welcome to climb aboard, but once a month or on special occasions, the Optimists open the doors to the caboose for the public to walk through.


KylePeter 1 year, 4 months ago

This restaurant looks very attractive. Particularly pleased that they have the opportunity to play board games. I recently came across the website about where to buy Cards Against Humanity online and and really wanted to play this game. I wonder whether it is possible to play it in the pub.


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