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  • Anita’s

    Anita’s

    521 East Maple Avenue

    This local chain has offered New Mexico style Mexican food in the D.C. are for nearly 40 years. Anita’s offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 

  • Raouche Cafe

    Raouche Cafe

    2839 Gallows Road

    Raouche Café, a Mediterranean Lebanese café, opened its doors in 2007 and has been going strong ever since. Family owned, Raouche café is dedicated to the fresh authenticity of the Mediterranean cuisine.

  • Open Road Grill and Icehouse

    Open Road Grill and Icehouse

    8100 Lee Hwy

    Open Road is inspired by American culture — our passion for music, our love of the outdoors, and the spirit of the open road. Come as you are — suit or shorts, loafers or flip flops. Our kitchen team sources the freshest ingredients to create quality seasonal food. Our beer list celebrates local, craft breweries. We have an extensive whiskey and bourbon collection, and we feature handcrafted cocktails that change with the seasons.

  • Cyclone Anaya’s

    Cyclone Anaya’s

    2911 District Ave.

    Cyclone Anaya’s approach to Mexican cuisine is as bold as the famous Mexican wrestler who began the family restaurant in 1966. Blending tradition and innovation to present fine Mexican cuisine in a stylish atmosphere, Cyclone Anaya’s unique dining experience is one for all to savor.

  • Blackfinn Ameripub

    Blackfinn Ameripub

    2750 Gallows Road

    Blackfinn Ameripub was born to be a whole new generation of the classic American pub, a lively restaurant and bar that offers the affordable, craveable American food our guests want to eat. Guests are served by our great people in a high-energy atmosphere, alongside an extensive list of craft beers and signature cocktails.

  • The Palm Restaurant

    The Palm Restaurant

    1750 Tysons Boulevard

    The Palm Tysons Corner is located in what’s considered the urban center of Fairfax County. Tysons Corner is home to high-end shopping centers including Tysons Galleria, museums, beautiful Virginia countryside and luxury hotels such as the Ritz-Carlton. Featuring an expansive outdoor patio, The Palm is the place to be to enjoy Virginia’s terrific climate. We are one block from the Metro Silver Line station.

  • The Capital Grille

    The Capital Grille

    1861 International Drive

    Experience artfully prepared cuisine and world-class wines at The Capital Grille Tyson’s Corner in McLean, VA. Fine dining at its finest.

  • Seasons 52

    Seasons 52

    7863L Tysons Corner Ctr

    Seasons 52 is a celebration of what’s good now. Seasonally inspired menus featuring ingredients at their peak of freshness. Rustic cooking techniques like brick oven roasting and open-fire grilling that bring out natural flavors. And an ever-changing selection of global wines. All in a casually sophisticated setting. 

  • O’Malley’s Pub

    O’Malley’s Pub

    1960 Chain Bridge Road,

    If you are looking for a great neighborhood pub in Tysons Corner, Virginia, O’Malley’s is your place. O’Malley’s Pub Tysons Corner is conveniently located in the DoubleTree Tysons at the intersection of International Drive and Chain Bridge Road. O’Malley’s Tysons Corner also has plenty of FREE parking.

  • Moby Dick House of Kabob

    Moby Dick House of Kabob

    1500 Cornerside Blvd

    At Moby Dick House of Kabob, our purpose is to create and serve food with character – food that you love and crave.
    Since our first restaurant opened in 1989, we continue to realize our purpose by never cutting corners when it comes to the quality of our food, or how it’s prepared and served to you. The character you taste in our food and the experience you have in our restaurants are the sum of the values we live and work by.

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