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Alexandria has plenty of socially-distant activities to look forward to during spring Visitors should be aware of local and state COVID restrictions on face masks, social distancing and more. We've rounded up spring events by date below. Union Street, Alexandria, VA This spring exhibit from The Art Gallery features artwork as a visual response to or interpretation of a work of poetry. The juror for this show is Jordann Wine, a D.
Piece Out: From the restaurant team that brought you St. Stracci Pizza: Former Vermillion chef Tom Cardarelli debuted his Roman-style pies from a twenty-foot pizza trailer in Del Ray beginning in winter and is transitioning to a permanent home at Hume Avenue.
Barkhaus : Open since October near Potomac Yard, Barkhaus is deed as part dog park, part restaurant and bar. Treat yourself to a sushi boat to-go for a flavorful at-home feast.
View this post on Instagram. Experience new waterfront dining and travel across Asia with mouthwatering, multi-national cuisines among more than two dozen new restaurants in Alexandria, Virginia.
Humans can dine in deated leashed areas, while dogs can frolic in indoor and outdoor fenced off-leash zones while their owners sip and unwind. Try the e-saan chicken, a grilled marinated chicken dish plated with papaya salad, sticky rice, spicy tamarind and sweet chili sauces.
Masks are required for entry. June 3, May 30, November 21, September 19, October 17, The Official Blog of Visit Alexandria. Enjoy a meal to-go or kick back with a cocktail on the laid-back patio.
The popular regional franchise is known for its crowd-pleasing menu, old-school aesthetic and forward-thinking menu featuring everything from hearty, locally sourced sal to juicy burgers and more. Starting in springGoodies will call the historic Ice House on Commerce Street its permanent home.
Keep reading for more than 25 new and coming-soon concepts to explore in The kitchen is helmed by Executive Chef Randall J. Matthews, a Maryland native who has worked with some of Washington, D. In addition to ample outdoor seating, tempting takeout options include moule frites, smoked ricotta gnocchi, woodfired custom-age prime beef and more. By Caroline Secrest. Washington Street.
Wooboi Hot Chicken: Pick your piquant level at the new Old Town North location of this raved-about regional franchise at the growing EDENS development at First Street, featuring chicken sandwiches to make your mouth and eyes water. BARCA Wine Barwhich will be open throughout the year, will boast an intimate, sophisticated setting and vast selection of unique and domestic wines from around the world.
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