Eater DC: Where to Eat and Drink in Falls Church
“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. Most of the hustle and bustle is concentrated around Broad Street and Washington Street, but the tourist-packed Eden Center also sits right inside the city limits near Seven Corners.
There’s no shortage of diversity in cuisine, either. Diners can find everything from Afghan kebabs, Japanese sashimi, and Vietnamese bánh mì to Greek moussaka, Bolivian salteñas, and Irish fish and chips. Of course, there are also quaint cafés and coffee shops, rustic taverns, and grungy bars. Whether it’s morning, noon, or night, here are 16 restaurants, cafés, bars, creameries, and bakeries worth visiting in Falls Church.”
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