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Appetite: 4 Restaurants for a Thanksgiving Feast

Appetite: Thanksgiving

Appetite: Lift a Glass at Virginia Wine Festival

Appetite in Alexandria

Appetite: 3 Ways to Celebrate Oktoberfest

3 Ways to Enjoy Oktoberfest

Four Menus to Try for Restaurant Week

Restaurant Week

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Appetite: Try a Taco at These Top Spots

Try a Taco at These Top Spots

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Appetite: Four Beers to Enjoy All Summer Long

Look for the fifth annual release of Port City Brewing’s Derecho at the end of the month.

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Crooked Beat Brings Its Record Collection to Old Town Alexandria

Record Store Day is this Saturday.

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Japanese Hibachi Experiences Blend Entertainment with Dinner.

This week’s cold snap may have shaken most of the cherry blossoms loose, but the month-long celebration of the United States’ friendship with Japan continues apace.

Portner's Brewhouse Reopening This Week

Portner Brewhouse Reopens

Grab a Seat at the Table

For Mount Vernon three-course beer pairing.

Beer in Mount Vernon

Meggrolls Moves from Food Truck to King Street Home

Meggrolls Food Truck

Take Advantage of these Restaurant Week Deals

Restaurant Week in Alexandria

EatsPlace Café Aims to Join Works of Art

The DC-based restaurant “pop-uppery” has set up shop at the Torpedo Factory.

EatsPlace Cafe in the Torpedo Factory.

Nicecream to Add Some Factory Flair to King Street in Alexandria

Amid the blocks of bustling King Street, a new factory is preparing to open. But it doesn’t need an industrial permit to hawk its wares.

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Northside 10 Settles Into Alexandria Neighborhood

It’s true: Being the kid brother of an older, wiser sibling is difficult at times.

Hosting a President for Lunch

Fireflies’ owner looks back on the day President Obama paid her restaurant a visit.

On one summer day in 2014, President Obama found his way to Fireflies in Del Ray for lunch.

Dairy Godmother Says Goodbye to Del Ray

Dairy Godmother frozen custard shop in Del Ray is closing their doors.