Located in the Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria, between Old Town and Crystal City, the Evening Star Cafe is known for exceptional food, friendly but professional service, and an inviting, hip atmosphere.
Both a classic neighborhood restaurant and a destination for diners throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area, the Evening Star features sophisticated and eclectic American food, one of the region's most extensive and best-priced wine lists, and two separate lounges to relax in.
2000 Mount Vernon Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22301
Eataly to be a partner with Milan Expo 2015
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Thi Squire prepared these tacos at Heart of a Chef, a benefit for the Miami Heart Research Institute.
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Ten Ten's new Chef de Cuisine
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Louisville Restaurant News | Slow Food movie night, Summer Solstice Pig Roast, new Rob-a-Que and more
Tickets are free for Slow Food members; $25 for the public. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Third-annual Peach Jam
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