The best food, film and drink all in one seat.
The B Side, our neighborhood joint situated next door to Red Apron at Mosaic, is an amalgamation of all the things we love the most: crazy good food, prepared simply; way too many wines; stiff drinks made by pros who know how to make them; a mind-boggling beer list; killer Read more [...]
We strive to serve as much locally grown and produced ingredients as possible. From Virginia beers on tap and Virginia wines to locally grown vegetables and meats.Bring your laptops in and enjoy free WiFi.
An affordable, casually elegant Wine Bar/Eatery AND retail shop located in the heart of Historic Occoquan.
Beer is an essential part of the American cultural heritage. In the 19th century and into the early 20th century, every town had their own brewery to provide beer for the residents. These local beers were usually accompanied by the local or regional specialty cuisine.
Nestled in Historic Downtown FredericksburgCapital Ale House is situated in a 200-year-old building set up much like our Downtown Richmond restaurant. The design is respectful of the building’s history, complimenting the old brickwood beams and pine flooring. The space also includes an 80’ long concrete bar, fireplace, accordion front windows, Read more [...]
Our aim is to offer 50+ fine Belgian brews, served up with its own specially designed glass.We are a cozy little neighborhood bistro with three cozy little dining rooms and a beautiful outdoor brick patio serving up fine Belgian Beers, nice wines and always fresh, always homemade bistro specialties.
Live Music. Fresh Fare. Proper Guinness. Don't forget to try our Daily Lunch and Dinner Chef Specials. Late Night Menu available until 1am. Beer of the Month Special Every Month! Happy Hour is 11am-7pm everyday!
n 1871the City of Alexandria introduced the Columbia Steam Engine Fire Company. The outfit initially occupied Star Firehouse on the east side of the 100 block of South St. Asaph Street until 1883when a new station was built for Columbia just across the street at 109 South St. Asaph.126 years Read more [...]