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12th Annual Alexandria Summer Sidewalk Sale To Be held In Alexandria

One of the longest-running seasonal summer shopping events returns to the D.C. region’s Shop Small destination for independent boutiques, Alexandria, Virginia, with the annual Alexandria Summer Sidewalk Sale happening Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 14 and 15, 2021, throughout Old Town and Del Ray. The event features record participation with more than 70 Alexandria boutiques stepping out of their storefronts and offering deeply discounted summer merchandise plus activations on King Street and in Del Ray, social media giveaways, free parking at four garages in Old Town, and more. Continue reading "12th Annual Alexandria Summer Sidewalk Sale To Be held In Alexandria"

Old Town waterfront To Welcome Barca Pier & Wine Bar

Prolific Alexandria, Virginia, restaurant owner Alexandria Restaurant Partners has opened its newest restaurant in Old Town, called Barca Pier & Wine Bar. The open-air restaurant is directly on the Potomac River, on a former shipping pier, and was constructed from industrial freight containers. It has seating for 120 outside and 65 in the wine bar. It sits in the redeveloped Robinson’s Landing in Old Town, next to Ada’s on the River, a restaurant serving wood-fired steaks and fresh seafood, which Alexandria Restaurant Partners opened earlier this year. Continue reading "Old Town waterfront To Welcome Barca Pier & Wine Bar"

New Restaurant By Stomping Ground To Open In Alexandria

Stomping Ground Restaurant, in the Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria, Virginia, is opening a new restaurant and food market in Old Town Alexandria as part of a $5 million building renovation. The Atrium Building, located at 277 S. Washington St., is undergoing a top-to-bottom renovation, and Stomping Ground will be among new tenants with Mae’s Market & Cafe, an all-day food market, and Virginia’s Darling Restaurant. Continue reading "New Restaurant By Stomping Ground To Open In Alexandria"

Metropolitan School of the Arts Hosts Virtual Summer Camp

Sara Hart, studio director at the Metropolitan School of the Arts, says that they are hosting three summer camp programs via Zoom. The dance school holds six weeks of classes. The classes range from ballet to commercial dance to theater. Two of the programs targeted toward recreational dancers have themes, including Harry Potter and “High School Musical.” Continue reading "Metropolitan School of the Arts Hosts Virtual Summer Camp"

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