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Dog-Friendly Bar Opened In Alexandria

Alex Benbassat and Justin LeGore are opening Barkhaus that is a combination bar and dog park on Saturday. Benbassat and LeGore are former roommates who met while studying at Virginia Tech. After visiting Charlotte, North Carolina, where dog bars have become a popular restaurant concept, the duo decided to bring the idea to Northern Virginia. Barkhaus will be the first restaurant-bar-dog park of its kind in the region. Continue reading “Dog-Friendly Bar Opened In Alexandria”

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Be A Part Of Alexandria Restaurant Week To-Go

C ity eateries curate special menus and offer deals in hopes of filling their restaurants with new and returning customers twice a year during Alexandria Restaurant Week. The event will look a little different this summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 60 local restaurants will participate in Alexandria Restaurant Week To-Go that will be a curbside-focused version of the biannual event. Continue reading “Be A Part Of Alexandria Restaurant Week To-Go”

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Alexandria Prepares For Phase 2 Reopening

Northern Virginia will begin entering Phase Two of the Virginia Forward plan June 12. The restaurants and retail operations will be able to resume indoor services under strict COVID-19 guidelines. Tempo Restaurant owner Wendy Albert, who modified her location to accommodate outdoor dining said, “It is nice to be open again. We’ll see how it goes. Here in the West End it’s been a trickle of customers.” Continue reading “Alexandria Prepares For Phase 2 Reopening”

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Where Is The Best Place To Start Your Day In Alexandria?

The old adage is common wisdom that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And these days, starting your day off on the right foot is more important than ever. Why not pick up a bite to eat that accommodates such a morale boost? With online or telephone ordering and curbside pickup, here are two spots to get your day going and fast. Continue reading “Where Is The Best Place To Start Your Day In Alexandria?”

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New Waterfront Features Approved By City Council In Alexandria

The council approved several plans geared toward enhancing the vibrancy of Old Town’s waterfront at its March public hearing. The area has changed significantly since 2012 when the city council approved the waterfront small area plan. The plan incorporated walkways, parks and other public spaces where residents and visitors can enjoy views of the Potomac River. The city council approved special use permits for a new pier for Tall Ship Providence and outdoor music at Riverside Taco at the March 14 public hearing. Continue reading “New Waterfront Features Approved By City Council In Alexandria”

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Village Brauhaus’ Completes First Year In Alexandria

Most 1-year olds don’t get a birthday party which has beer on tap. Likewise, Village Brauhaus’ chronological age may keep it under the legal drinking age. But no matter; on Saturday, the German-style beer hall is bucking that trend, celebrating its first year in business with a party that could rival Oktoberfest. From live music to lots of food, Jagermeister shots and even the tapping of a new Vienna lager, the Old Town restaurant is ready to lift a glass indeed. Continue reading “Village Brauhaus’ Completes First Year In Alexandria”

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