DC Restaurant Week Winter 2019: Tysons & Reston Area Participating Restaurants, Tips and Menus

Lisa Shapiro Talk of Tysons, Taste of Tysons

It’s that time of year, again! DC Restaurant Week is here! Enjoy special three-course, prix-fixe meals at these Tysons and Reston area participating restaurants for DC Restaurant Week, January 14 – January 20, 2019. Also, keep in mind that many restaurants extend their promotions a week or even up to a month! During this promotion, enjoy three or more courses for …

Tysons East wants to draw the “creative class,” and get them to stay

Rita Abou Samra Around Town, Talk of Tysons

Via Greater Greater Washington  Lots of people come to the glitzy, suburban Tysons East neighborhood to work, but most of them leave as soon as the workday is over. Tysons wants to change that. As part of its “Transforming Tysons” series, local development group Tysons Partnership held a panel about the future of one neighborhood: Tysons East. Tysons East is …

TysonsToday “Did You Know?” Facts

TysonsToday staff Around Town, Talk of Tysons

The Innovation Metrorail Station’s roof has been completed and all protective wrappings removed. Installation of the first escalator in Phase 2 of the Silver Line now complete at Innovation Center Metrorail Station in August 2018. Metals producer Arconic has signed a lease with Lerner Enterprises for their new headquarters located at Tysons II. (Source) On July 31, the Fairfax County …

The Stalcup Stand

Carole Herrick Talk of Tysons Leave a Comment

It was not too long ago that Northern Virginia was a rural farming community and many farmers sold fresh produce at stands in front of their homes. The highway from Northern Virginia to Ocean City was once dotted with such roadside establishments offering fresh fruits, vegetables, and a few seasonal items. Families would often take Sunday afternoon excursions into the …

National Secrets

National Secrets

Analiese Kreutzer Talk of Tysons

The National Conference Center Reveals It’s More Than Just a Venue for Business Meetings The National Conference Center may be the biggest secret in Loudoun County. Although its been there for 40 years, is the largest hospitality employer in the county and hosts hundreds of events each year on its 65-acre campus, it seems many people don’t know about it …

Welcome to Virginia’s Food Revolution

Renee Sklarew Talk of Tysons

Virginia has a long history of leadership. Consider America’s Founding Fathers—seven men from Virginia signed the Declaration of Independence. Here, in a state full of trailblazers, there’s a new revolution going on, and it’s happening on a small farm in Loudoun County. This homestead existed long before our country’s first Independence Day, and now it’s in the process of developing …

New Orleans Celebrates 300 Years With a Melting Pot of Unforgettable Food

Renee Sklarew Features, Talk of Tysons

I’ve dreamed of visiting New Orleans for as long as I can remember. The city’s iconic dishes are arguably America’s most important cultural cuisine. Food like jambalaya, gumbo, crawfish etouffee, beignets, dirty rice, po’boys and chicory coffee are what makes this Louisiana city mythical in my mind. They held so much meaning for me, that I wondered if tasting them …

Want to Go Apple Picking?

Linda Barrett Features, Talk of Tysons

Is there anything more delightful than biting into an apple picked fresh from the tree? Crisp and juicy, tart or sweet, apples are one of the joys of the fall season. Luckily for us, we’re near the heart of apple country in Virginia, surrounded by pick-your-own orchards. Fun at the Farms Apple picking season is rife with fun activities for …

The Faces of Tysons

Tysons Today Features, Talk of Tysons

[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner][vc_column_text] Filled with entrepreneurs, medical professionals, award-winning restauranteurs, and professional service providers, Tysons and the surrounding areas have access to individuals and companies that offer world-class exceptional services and results. Here’s what they look like. [/vc_column_text][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][vc_tta_pageable no_fill_content_area=”1″ autoplay=”20″ active_section=”1″ pagination_style=”flat-round” pagination_color=”turquoise” css=”.vc_custom_1535547912111{padding-top: 0px !important;}”][vc_tta_section title=”Dr. Allen S. Garai” tab_id=”Dr_Garai”][vc_row_inner css=”.vc_custom_1535396490671{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”][vc_column_inner css=”.vc_custom_1535396538903{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1535550625834{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”] The Face …

The Hope & Glory Inn: Chesapeake Haven

Tysons Today Staff Picks, Talk of Tysons

The fabled Hope & Glory Inn occupies a former schoolhouse built in 1890 in the quaint village of Irvington in Virginia’s Northern Neck of the Chesapeake Bay. A neat white picket fence encloses a botanical gardener’s dream, bursting with fuchsia peonies, where you will be met with many a whimsical word that remind you to relax and just breathe – …