It’s been an oft-repeated refrain this autumn: Thanksgiving is going to look a little different this year.
The first thing you need to know about Wooboi Chicken: The restaurant takes its spices seriously.
It’s no secret that times are tough across the restaurant industry nationwide.
Though the Covid-19 pandemic marches on, there are signs of life across the city’s restaurants as new enterprises launch and old favorites re-emerge.
Through multiple courses, battling multiple competitors, Hank & Mitzi’s own Chef Chris Edwards came out on top of the Food Network’s “Chopped” competition last week, facing off against competitors from across the country – and Edwards’ own back yard in Alexandria.
Over the past six months, restaurants across Alexandria have had to get creative in the face of unprecedented challenges.
When the mercury drops on the thermometer, it’s time to seek out a bit of warmth with your meals.
Cat lovers of the region, rejoice: Alexandria’s first cat café is on the loose.
The shift from summer hasn’t stopped progress: A Del Ray gelato shop nears its dawn, a Chinese restaurant in North Old Town makes a foray outside and a hotel restaurant gets a makeover in name and menu.
From more time to pick up great restaurant deals to lifting a glass at a new outdoor watering hole to carb-loading with thick and chewy bagels, the city is bursting with flavors. Here’s a rundown of the latest news.