Alexandria has certainly earned its place among America’s top dog-friendly cities. One out of every four Alexandria residents is a dog (yes, we know dogs are people too), and in this pup-ular town, dog-lovers find no shortage of dog parks, doggy boutiques and even Doggie Yappy Hours. From Old Town to Del Ray, it’s dog days in Alexandria all year-round—and we’re not complaining. Continue reading
Wondering what is the best way to navigate Alexandria’s storied streets during the summer? Located just minutes from Washington, D.C., tours in Alexandria, Virginia let you trace George Washington’s footsteps, take a cruise with your canine, and get a taste of Old Town’s culinary heritage, whether you prefer exploring boat, bike or on foot. From historic home tours to Old Town food tours and more, these excursions leave no cobblestone unturned.
Alexandria, Virginia, located just minutes from Washington, D.C., is chock-full of free fun for all ages and interests. Here’s our go-to guide for more than 50 totally free things to do in Alexandria, including local favorites.
Waterfront fun is a summer mainstay in Alexandria, located on the Potomac River just minutes from Washington, D.C. From riverside dining to boat cruises, waterfront parks, festivals and more, you can spend an entire day (or more!) on Alexandria’s waterfront. Whether you want to set sail on a boat cruise, dine outside with waterfront views, take the dog along or get a workout on the water, Alexandria is filled with endless options for everyone from family fun to date night. Get your slice of summer with all the things to do on the waterfront in Alexandria:
2017 marks what would have been Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th birthday, and Alexandria’s Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Pope-Leighey House is joining in on nationwide celebrations with some can’t-miss events happening throughout the summer. If you’re a Frank Lloyd Wright fan, an architecture fan, or are looking for something new and unique to do in the D.C. region, you don’t want to miss visiting Alexandria’s Pope-Leighey House, located just 10 miles from Old Town Alexandria. Keep reading for our top 5 reasons to visit this summer, with birthday-inspired programming happening all year long. Continue reading
The not-so-secret ingredient to a perfect weekend in Alexandria? Without a doubt, the answer is weekend brunch. Whether you’re sharing brunch with family or catching up with friends, you can linger over a latte, sip mimosas and indulge in rich eggs Benedict or syrupy French toast patio-side for a laid-back, satisfying meal at our independent restaurants. Sound tempting? Here are our favorite brunch spots in Alexandria to help you achieve that brunch-inspired bliss:
Craving your favorite Asian dish? Alexandria, Virginia, located just outside Washington, D.C. on the Potomac River waterfront, is filled with diverse options from every corner of the continent to hit the spot, from sushi to Thai, Vietnamese to Indian and everything in between. We’ve rounded up our favorite spots for Asian food in Alexandria including new restaurants, hidden gems and local favorites throughout the city. Keep reading for the best Asian restaurants in the Port City.
Against the backdrop of a vibrant waterfront and historic streets, summer in Alexandria sizzles with boat cruises, fireworks, outdoor dining and more. Located on the Potomac River just minutes from Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Virginia has cold brews and summer treats, scenic parks, outdoor tours and new happenings in summer 2017. We’ve rounded up our top 10 reasons to visit Alexandria this summer: Continue reading
There’s no better way to usher in the warm weather than dining al fresco. Here in Alexandria, located just minutes from Washington, D.C. and with a vibrant culinary scene, we’re pretty much pros at dining outdoors. From waterfront seating to courtyard patios to street-side eats, options abound.
Alexandria, Virginia, located just minutes from Washington, D.C. on the Potomac River waterfront, is the Shop Small headquarters of the D.C. region. King Street, a walkable mile with more than 160 independent retailers from the King St.-Old Town Metro to the waterfront, was recently named “one of the best indie boutique scenes on the East Coast.”