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Bagel lovers, rejoice. Soon, a new bagel shop will be opening its doors in Old Town Alexandria, providing a bit more chew to the morning meal.
In the dog days of a pandemic summer, a new beacon of cold treats has begun to shine in Del Ray, its light getting brighter day by day prior to its opening in just a few weeks.
It’s no secret that times are tough across the restaurant industry nationwide.
Sometimes, the time is right even when it doesn’t seem like the time is right at all.
Just in time for a January cold snap, Old Town North has gotten a little bit warmer.
About two months ago, King Street saw the rebirth of a familiar coffee shop with a renewed name, all set to rise from the ashes.
Over the past six months, restaurants across Alexandria have had to get creative in the face of unprecedented challenges.
One night. A dozen restaurants. And unlimited food and drink.
From more ways to get bagels to new restaurants opening their doors to welcoming back an old favorite, there are certainly signs of life amongst the city’s eateries again.
It’s a tale as old as time: Communities finding common ground with food, sharing meals together, looking forward to events that center on a family meal, a special occasion.