Beer makers get a boost from new Virginia law that makes it easier to open a craft brewery on a farm.
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Mazagan plays up its looks (and its hookah bar), but if you order well, the food can satisfy, too.
Osteria Marzano brings expertly made pastas and pizza to an Alexandria office park.
At Water & Wall in Arlington, chef Tim Ma adds sparks of surprise to just about everything he serves.
Chef offers flavorful dishes without pretense in a 30-seat setting
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At Ovvio Osteria, the ingredients are high-quality, and the cooking stays out of their way.
Three reasons to head to Virginia’s capital: surprising, seasonal and sophisticated cooking.
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Mockingbird Hill pairs sherry and ham, while Taco Bamba stuffs tortillas with potent fillings.
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You’ll find bastilla on Driss Zahidi’s French-focused menu in Fairfax City.
The chain has plans for U.S. expansion, but here’s hoping diners are smarter than that.