El Tio Tex-Mex Grill may be the new kid on the block in Falls Church, but this newbie comes bearing ripe gifts of spice and trouble.
A crowded bar scene of patrons letting their hair down with friends and co-workers seems to be the norm at Siné Irish Pub and Restaurant — where the food’s just as first-rate as the inviting atmosphere.
Tsim Yung Chinese Restaurant is an excellent, dependable source of Chinese carry-out favorites.
Llajtaymanta is a small pocket of rich Bolivian culture, hidden in the Graham Center strip mall of Falls Church.
From the red-and-gold glowing tent over the entrance to the two life-sized lion statues guarding the doors, or the more than 300-year-old tapestry hanging in the entrance way, your first steps into Hunan Lion are accompanied with quite an impression to say the least.
Tango with your taste buds at Uncle Julio’s Rio Grande Café, where the aroma of homemade salsa, sizzling fajitas and slow-cooked ribs lure diners in with authentic south-of-the-border style food.
Chutzpah (noun): supreme self-confidence, nerve, gall. Chutzpah in Tysons Corner is a deli that combines character and classic deli food for one of the best deli experiences away from the Big Apple.
The catchphrase, “I like big buns and I can not lie,” will resonate in your head after one bite out of a seasoned and grilled Angus beef burger from Big Buns Gourmet Grill, an eatery that is sure to offer a side order of puns along with oversize patties […]
A new name has appeared alongside the small handful of late-night restaurants open after shows in downtown Washington D.C. It used to be that the Old Ebbitt Grill and the Kramerbooks restaurant were the only places folks knew of to bathe in the afterglow of a great show or concert […]
Tucked away in a less-than-savory-looking shopping center in the Culmore section of Falls Church is the hidden gem that is Peking Gourmet Inn (6029 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church).