Tag: port city flavor

Port City Flavor: Valentine’s Day ventures

By Olivia Anderson | [email protected] Alexandria is known for a lot of things, one of them being the charming, swoon-worthy atmosphere it exudes. With Valentine’s Day...

Foodie: A thoughtful holiday season

By Elizabeth Myllenbeck After what we have all been through over the almost two years since the pandemic started, recalibration is bound to happen. Recalibration...

Kismet Modern Indian opens in Alexandria

By Olivia Anderson | [email protected] Kismet Modern Indian’s recent opening in Alexandria might have been guided by destiny. When restaurant owner Sachin Mahajan decided to create a...

Stop and smell the coffee

By Olivia Anderson | [email protected] Everyone loves coffee. Well, most people love coffee, but we’ll forgive the tea totalers. That’s why, for this edition of the Alexandria...

How pizza joints thrived during pandemic

By Olivia Anderson | [email protected] The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many Alexandria restaurants to either close their doors entirely or shift gears and adapt to an...

Discover local brunch spots to enhance your next Sunday morning

By Olivia Anderson | [email protected] As the world slowly opens back up, so do the doors of many Alexandria restaurants. Several have been around for years,...

Travel the world while in Alexandria with local spins on global...

By Allison Hageman | [email protected]  While international travel might not be a reality for many people right now, Alexandrians don’t need to leave the city...

Alexandria’s pandemic-era food culture

By Will Schick | [email protected] COVID-19 has changed just about everything, including Alexandria food culture. In just under a year, it has transformed the way...

New restaurants open during pandemic

By Olivia Tucker | [email protected] Despite the economic and public health challenges presented by the coronavirus, several local business owners have decided to take the...

A brief history lesson on the art of hard cider

By Tristan Wright  “You want to do what?” As I migrated through the process of starting Lost Boy Cider as a business, I heard this...