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.
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.
This week marks a year since Alexandria’s Covid-19 lockdown rules went into effect, sparking a year of pivoting, changing and adapting.
Ah, the smell of pastries – there’s really nothing like it.
Let’s get one thing out of the way up front: There are many, many more Black-owned restaurants, cafes and eateries in and around Alexandria than this humble column can contain.
New eateries, renovated restaurants, decade-old breweries and wine with felines: It’s just another month in Alexandria’s food and drink scene.
Love is in the air – and what better way to show your adoration than with a special restaurant menu for Valentine’s Day?
Just in time for a January cold snap, Old Town North has gotten a little bit warmer.
After last summer’s Alexandria Restaurant Week, you know the drill by now: Instead of simply offering dine-in deals, restaurants are offering up takeout or curbside options as well.
Sometimes, the time is right even when it doesn’t seem like the time is right at all.