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As Pop-Up Closes, Umbrella Dry Drinks Moves to Its Second Act
Pizza, beer and custard.
A tasting tour of Del Ray, a beer garden with all the fixings and – get ready – yoga with cats.
Outdoor dining has been a necessity for restaurant-goers over the past year, but now that the weather is warming up (hello, surprise 85-degree April days!), it’s becoming a luxury, as well.
As the weather warms up and the dogwoods begin to blossom, it seems a perfect time to celebrate spring – and all the outdoor dining it entails.
To give restaurants an extra boost while still staying home, order from establishments that offer their own delivery service.
When it comes to restaurant food delivery, there are two schools of thought: Spend all your dining-out money at the restaurant itself, or spread the wealth by ordering through a delivery service like GrubHub or UberEats.
It’s no secret that times are tough across the restaurant industry nationwide.
When the mercury drops on the thermometer, it’s time to seek out a bit of warmth with your meals.
Nestled in the heart of King Street, there’s a new Thai flavor coming to town.
Now that Alexandria is solidly in Phase 3 of the Virginia Forward reopening plan, restaurants and cafes are wide open – with social distancing in place – both inside and out.
Here on the precipice of Virginia’s Phase 3 of reopening, most of Alexandria’s restaurants are back to business as usual – within the scope of a major pandemic, that is.
As Phase 2 of the state’s Forward Virginia plan nears the end of its first week in Alexandria, restaurants are settling into the new rules in different ways.
A Friday-night picnic under the stars may look a little different in this age of social-distancing, but the weather waits for no pandemic, and the nights have turned warm and balmy.