Honoring mother earth at Fort Hunt Park.
Pow Wow Explores Native American Culture
Alexandria Entertainment Calendar May 2017
Alexandria Calendar for the week of April 27-May 3
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Fair Winds Brewery wins title
For Mount Vernon three-course beer pairing.
Beer in Mount Vernon
Homero Escobar the chef at RT's Restaurant.
George Washington birthday festivities.
Amid the Thanksgiving prep work and holiday shopping sprees, sometimes it’s best to stop for brunch and order a beverage to treat yourself. Here are three great spots to visit.
Mysteries, phantoms, and Devil-Bats lurk through city streets.
Many Old Town Alexandrians are protective of their city. For some, that defensiveness continues beyond the grave.
Historic restaurant approaching one year after re-opening.
After being shuttered since November 2014, the restaurant at Cedar Knoll along the George Washington Memorial Parkway will have been re-opened for a year this December.
Walk supports survivors of suicide loss and American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
The Out of the Darkness Walks are American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s largest fundraiser, producing millions for suicide prevention programs, and works to unite those who have been affected by suicide, and create communities that are “smart about mental health.”
Finding these gems requires a bit of searching, but the result is worth it.
Tucked away amid retail shops, barbershops, and numerous other storefronts, some of the city’s restaurant gems are a bit tricky to uncover. But the result is worth the search. Here are two of Alexandria’s best strip-mall selections.
Join in George Washington Patriot Run this Sunday.
Thanks to Lockheed Martin’s sponsorship, runners will have the opportunity to participate in the first-ever USA Track & Field-certified road race to enter the historic property at George Washington’s Mount Vernon.
Whether watching a game or enjoying an after-work happy hour, these spots won’t disappoint.
Ready to kick back with friends or catch the big game? Here are three spots with great beer lists — and great food, too.