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In the Before Times, it was easy to know what to do in the face of extreme weather: Dine indoors.
Like an old friend that you know you can rely on year after year, Alexandria’s summer Restaurant Week is almost here once more.
International cuisine, a cat café’s first birthday, a beer dinner and Alexandria’s summertime celebration of restaurants – the month ahead is shaping up to be a busy one. Here are some of your best bets.
New restaurants, new chefs, new sweet treats – it’s a time of change in Alexandria’s restaurant world.
If there’s one feature that was prized above almost all others in the restaurant world this past year, it’s outdoor seating.
Pizza, beer and custard.
Openings, closures and coming-soons – it’s a busy time in the Alexandria restaurant scene.
A tasting tour of Del Ray, a beer garden with all the fixings and – get ready – yoga with cats.
Let’s face it: It’s been a year of cooking at home.
Summertime is about to get a lot sweeter.
Closures and openings – sometimes with one restaurant over the course of several days! – is the theme of the moment in the Alexandria food scene.
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.
With the latest cold snap behind us, it’s time to turn to picnics.