This continuously evolving section of Fairfax County keeps attracting new restaurants as mixed use developments including Avenir Place, Halstead Square, and Mosaic District grow into their own.
Over the past four years, destinations including Neighborhood Restaurant Group's bar, B-Side, diner favorite Ted's Bulletin, and healthy cafe True Food Kitchen have all found their place in the neighborhood. Next up: a second location of D.C. bar The Black Squirrel is set to open in mid-June.
This isn't the only solid dining the neighborhood has ever seen, though. Consider longtime standouts like Vietnamese restaurant Four Sisters and Chinese restaurant Uncle Liu's Hot Pot. Add in slightly older establishments like sibling ventures Open Road and Trio Grill, additional branches of local chains Lost Dog Cafe and Matchbox, plus a wealth of fast-casual choices like Sweetgreen, Taylor Gourmet and Cava, and residents and visitors to the area have plenty to choose from.
Not all new arrivals have survived, however; D.C. import DGS Delicatessen closed in March, a few months shy of its second anniversary.Read More