Falls Church for Anyone
Collected by Francisco Aguilar
Dating to 1699, the "Little City" is named after The Falls Church, an 18th-century Anglican parish (of which George Washington was a vestryman). This historic suburb of Washington, D.C. is known for its food, schools, and thriving Hispanic and Vietnamese communities.
9750 Meadowlark Gardens Ct, Vienna, VA 22182, USA
Once the farm of a prominent economist and social historian, Dr. Gardiner Means and Dr. Carolyn Ware, Meadowlark is Northern Virginia's largest botanical garden. Located In the Washington, D.C. suburb of Vienna, VA, explore and meander through 95...
312 Park Ave, Falls Church, VA 22046, USA
Cherry Hill Historic House and Farm at 321 Park Avenue is a social center and a tourist draw. Built in 1845, it was once a thriving 73-acre farm owned by William A. Blaisdell and was occupied during the Civil War. Today, it is owned by the City of...
8100 Old Dominion Dr, McLean, VA 22102, USA
Nourish Market on Broad Street is a neighborhood food market and grocery featuring organic, local food. In the back of the store, a small deli serves vegan and vegetarian sandwiches, salads, and soups. A rainbow of wellness-boosting tonic drinks...
220 N Washington St, Falls Church, VA 22046, USA
Opened in 1936, the State Theatre operated as a popular movie house until 1988. A decade later, a multi-million dollar restoration transformed it into one of the Washington, D.C. area's coolest live music venues with dance floor, full restaurant,...
2001 International Dr, McLean, VA 22102, USA
Tysons Galleria is the cream of the crop when it comes to fashion. In this larger-than-life indoor mall you'll find Ann Taylor, Gucci, and The Cheesecake Factory under one roof. With the endless selection of stores, bars, and restaurants at your...
115 E Fairfax St, Falls Church, VA 22046, USA
The city's namesake is this formerly wooden church founded in 1732, whose congregation has included President George Washington and Virginia statesman George Mason. The name "The Falls Church" referred to its geographic location as the one church...
Wolf Trap, VA, USA
Located about five miles west of Falls Church, America's only national park to the performing arts continues to host world-class performances of every genre since its creation in 1971. With an average of over 90 concerts from May to September,...
422 S Washington St, Falls Church, VA 22046, USA
Following the American Civil War, Falls Church has been home to the predominantly African-American Tinner Hill neighborhood. Named for Joseph and Mary Tinner, who owned a portion of the land as well as the granite quarry, they went on to become...
7115 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22043, USA
For the diners, ever wonder if the chef is preparing your food correctly and where the ingredients are coming from? And for the chefs, ever wonder if the diners will enjoy your cooking? This full-service bistro eliminates the isolation of the...
300 W Broad St, Falls Church, VA 22046, USA
An authentic Latin American kitchen experience at a motel? That's pretty funky! Chef and owner Raul Claros pays homage to his Venezuelan birthplace and Bolivian childhood by whipping up his mother and grandmother's old family recipes. Headlining...
809 W Broad St, Falls Church, VA 22046, USA
The Washington D.C. area is home to one of the largest Bolivian populations in the U.S. with a number of restaurants in and around Falls Church and Arlington. A local favorite is Luzmila's, which is known for their Salteñas, the Bolivian national...
6763 Wilson Blvd, Falls Church, VA 22044, USA
Tucked away inside the Eden Center Mall is what looks like a retro dessert café that transports you back into the '90s—the type of place where someone might jest that "Sailor Moon and the Sailor Scouts, or the crew of Dragon Ball Z, would hang out...
100 W Broad St, Falls Church, VA 22046, USA
Founded in 1883 by former schoolteacher James W. Brown, originally a grocery and hardware store, this venerated mom-and-pop institution continues to meet the hardware needs of the community. For any home improvement project, large or small,...
Falls Church, VA, USA
Throughout the American Civil War (1861-1865), the Northern Virginia area, including Falls Church was a hotbed of activity—espionage, divided loyalties, battles, skirmishes, armed incursions, troop movements, encampments, fortifications,...
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