Eater DC: Where to Eat and Drink in Reston

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From Eater DC by Lani Furbank: “The residential community of Reston was founded on the principles “Live, Work, Play, and Get Involved.” As such, the compact area has more than its fair share of restaurants, bars, and cafés for denizens to enjoy. Many…
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On Tap: New Notable No Longer: September 2017

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From On Tap Magazine‘s September Issue by Lani Furbank: “On Tap keeps locals in the know about the hottest new food and drink spots around town, the top culinary news of the month and recent closings. Read on to get the inside scoop on…
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Eater DC: Where to Eat and Drink in Falls Church

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From Eater DC by Lani Furbank: “Clocking in at just 2.2 square miles and 14,000 people, Falls Church is geographically one of the smallest cities in Virginia (hence its nickname). Despite the tiny footprint, this vibrant area is chock full of hospitality options….
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Eater DC: 11 Hot New Breweries Around DC

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From Eater DC by Lani Furbank: “The steady flow of new breweries in the area doesn’t show any signs of drying up. A number of new spots have opened in the past year, adding to the depth of beer in the region. Loudoun…
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On Tap: New Notable No Longer: August 2017

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From On Tap Magazine‘s August Issue by Lani Furbank: “On Tap keeps locals in the know about the hottest new food and drink spots around town, the top culinary news of the month and recent closings. Read on to get the inside scoop…
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On Tap: Kings of DC’s Rum Scene

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From On Tap Magazine‘s August Issue by Lani Furbank: “Last year marked the arrival of DC’s first rum distillery, Cotton & Reed, and there’s another one on the way this winter from rum enthusiast Todd Thrasher. As drinkers continue to welcome the tiki craze…
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Thrillist: The Best Restaurants in Old Town Alexandria

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From Thrillist by Lani Furbank. “Less than 30 minutes outside DC, Old Town Alexandria feels like a different world. You can stroll through cobblestone alleys admiring the historic architecture, take in the view at the sailboat-speckled waterfront, and browse through the abundant adorable…
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On Tap: New Notable No Longer: July 2017

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From On Tap Magazine‘s July Issue by Lani Furbank: “On Tap keeps locals in the know about the hottest new food and drink spots around town, the top culinary news of the month and recent closings. Read on to get the inside scoop…
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