Glory Days Grill is a sports-themed family-friendly American grill and bar. It combines an award-winning menu of freshly prepared appetizers, entrées, and sandwiches with entertainment that appeals to all ages. Dining rooms of Glory Days are open with occupied booths and tables spaced for social distancing. The patios are popular with diners and “to-go” orders may be placed online.
This weekend, the city’s annual Summer Sidewalk Sale will take place in Old Town and Del Ray. On Aug. 15 and 16, don a mask or face covering and go to the event, where more than 60 local retailers will be manning socially-distanced tables outdoors and selling steeply discounted summer merchandise. Find deals on everything from clothes and jewelry to home decor and culinary goods to seasonal gift items.
On July 10, join Synetic Theater will present its first virtual production “The Decameron”. It is an adaptation of Giovanni Boccaccio’s masterful collection of stories written in response to the Black Death of 1348.
Located just south of National Airport, Daingerfield Island is a 106-acre park with plenty to offer. It provides sailors with slips and a marina, naturalists with lots of green space to explore, cyclists and joggers with an oasis and pit stop, and the general public with a restaurant and cafe’.
The much-discussed southern entrance of Potomac Yard Metro station was unanimously approved by city council during Saturday’s public hearing. The hearing was held remotely via Zoom. The approved design now includes a southern entrance pavilion, including elevators and stairs, with a pedestrian bridge that connects to the northern entrance.
“Head Over Heels” is a 16th-century romance rendered in period-appropriate prose. It was mashed together with the instantly recognizable music of the 1980s all-female pop-rock group the Go-Go’s throughout its 2018 run on Broadway. Monumental Theatre Company Director Jimmy Mavrikes went into one of those Broadway performances highly skeptical, but he left a convert.
If you wonder what to do with your leftover medication then worry not because the City of Alexandria has alternatives for safe disposal, both through drug take-back days and permanent disposal boxes located around the city.
Journey back in history and marvel at the 18th-century tavern and hotel where famous historical figures and everyday people dined and slept.
The Metropolitan School of the Arts celebrates the holiday season with “Santa Spectacular” shows in Alexandria, Springfield, and the National Harbor in the next few weeks until Christmas. Full production of The Nutcracker Ballet will be held at the Richard J. Ernst Community Cultural Center in Annandale on Saturday, December 7 and Sunday, December 8.