Tag: scott shaw

Plans solidify for new waterfront restaurants

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] The specific designs for two new waterfront restaurants have come into focus since preliminary plans were approved in March. The restaurants...

The evolution of outdoor dining in Alexandria

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] When it’s not 90 degrees with 75 percent humidity and when people aren’t sprinting for cover in an impromptu thunderstorm,...

Tall Ship Providence to become permanent waterfront attraction

By Missy Schrott | [email protected]  On Monday night at 11:15 p.m., a water taxi with about 125 city leaders, business owners and residents departed the...

New Robinson Landing restaurants, including a restaurant on the pier, earn...

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] Council voted unanimously to approve three new restaurant spaces at the former Robinson Terminal South site on the waterfront at...

Two restaurants proposed for former Robinson Terminal South site

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] Proposed changes to a development at the former Robinson Terminal South site on the waterfront would add a second restaurant...

Our View: Alexandria’s endangered species: our golden goose

“Vision” is a fascinating word. Literally, it means to see, but true vision is the ability to see broadly, as is the cliché of...

Founders Hall sees early success in Old Town

By Noah Abbe More than two months since the launch of Founders Hall in April, Alx Community partners Scott Shaw and Kelly Grant say the co-working space...

Mia’s Italian Kitchen opens in Old Town

Mia's Italian Kitchen held its grand opening in Old Town on Wednesday. The restaurant opened at 100 King St. near the waterfront, which was most...

Mia’s Italian Kitchen planned for 100 King St.

By Alexa Epitropoulos | [email protected] Alexandria Restaurant Partners principal Scott Shaw and business partner Dave Nicholas aren’t afraid of the so-called curse at 100 King...

BID debate to reignite this fall

By Alexa Epitropoulos | [email protected] As city council’s summer recess winds down, discussions are beginning again on the future of the proposed Old Town business improvement...