The Italian Place is a gourmet Italian market and sub shop owned by a third-generation Italian. The shop features fresh imported pasta, olive oils, meats, and cheese plus authentic canned tomatoes shipped from Italy are also in the market. Fresh cookies from authentic Italian bakeries are sent in from New York. The Italian Place includes a “wine room” featuring wines from Italy available for purchase by the bottle. There are also weekly wine tastings every Friday 5 – 7 p.m. Continue reading “Have Authentic Italian Food At The Italian Place In Alexandria”
Shoppers in 20170 in Herndon should cogitate on this $650,000 property.
If you use Nesbitt Realty as your agent when buying this listing in Autumn Glen At Four Seasons, Nesbitt Realty will pay you $3,730.
It is a fact that more business gets done in bars and restaurants than around conference tables. This was so true in the late 18th century when Gadsby’s Tavern and City Hotel served as a popular location for local organizations to meet and conducted their business. Continue reading “Visit Gadsby’s Tavern Museum In Alexandria”
Fort Ward is a well-preserved former Union Army installation with 90-95% of its earthen walls still intact. It was the fifth largest fort built to defend Washington, DC during the American Civil War.
Good food stick around in the brains sometimes for a lifetime once you eat it. The decadent treats like sweet rolls, decadent bread, perfectly sugary cookies, etc, often leave a wallop in the memory bank, taking diners back to a happy time in life, often with people they love as the stars of the show. Marcy Brenner feels about her father Max Brenner’s longtime shop, Brenner’s Bakery, in a similar way. Brenner’s Bakery kept a residence at the Belle View Shopping Center for the better part of 50 years. Continue reading “Alexandrian Authors Recall History of Brenner’s Bakery In Alexandria”
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The historic 1858 Prettyman Hose Carriage was temporarily taken away from the Friendship Firehouse Museum with a send-off reception held on February 1 for restoration and conservation work. At the reception, Conservator Josiah Wagener discussed how the conservation treatment will affect the appearance of the apparatus and the techniques he will use for treatment. The hose-reel carriage was made in Alexandria in the North Pitt Street shop of coach maker and Friendship member Robert F. Prettyman. Continue reading “Send-off Reception for 1858 Prettyman Hose Carriage Held At Friendship Firehouse Museum”