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  • 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. 

  • Sisters Thai

    Sisters Thai

    2985 District Ave

    Sisters Thai offers the best authentic Thai food in the area–their original Old Town Fairfax location is a cult favorite among the locals. Every dish has some heat, often from colorful sauces. Besides bursting with potent flavors, the dishes are balanced and attractive to the eye. Enjoy fun drinks and homemade desserts in a whimsical living room atmosphere. The service matches the style–friendly and upbeat. You’ll leave with feelings of nostalgia of the good ol’ days. 

  • 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.

  • Passion Fin Asian Bistro & Sushi Bar

    Passion Fin Asian Bistro & Sushi Bar

    2750 A Gallows Rd.

    Japanese fare, including sushi, plus Chinese & Thai dishes in a casual dining room with a full bar.

  • Four Sisters Restaurant

    Four Sisters Restaurant

    8190 Strawberry Lane

    Four Sisters (originally Huong Que) has been part of the Northern Virginia community for nearly two decades. Four Sisters was founded by Mr. and Mrs. Kim Lai, natives of Vietnam, in 1993.

  • 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.

  • 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. 

  • 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.

  • Lebanese Taverna

    Lebanese Taverna


    After nearly 4 decades in the national capital region, the Abi-Najm family has won the hearts and taste buds of foodies all over town. Today, the Lebanese Taverna Group owns and operates 12 locations around the Washington D.C. Metro area, and has been recognized by numerous media outlets and publications as a staple in the local region for the very best Mediterranean cuisine.

  • La Sandia

    La Sandia

    7852L Tysons Corner Center

    Chef Richard Sandoval, internationally recognized as the Father of Modern Mexican Cuisine, elevates Mexican cooking to new heights at La Sandia serving up authentic Mexican specialties alongside over 200 fine Tequilas. Inspired by his culinary mantra of ‘old ways, new hands,’ Chef Sandoval reinterprets traditional dishes with innovative techniques and skillful presentation.

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