Whether you’re an avid crafter or just a beginner, Michaels is one of the best places to go for all of your crafting supplies. The beloved national chain's location closest to Regent’s Park hosts a wide selection of paints and art supplies, home decor items, and just about … read more >
Cameron's Coffee & Chocolates opened its doors in 2013 and has been serving a loyal Fairfax customer base ever since. When you enter Cameron's you'll immediately be drawn to the large case of hand-dipped chocolates, towers of freshly baked pastries, and stacks of boxed and bagged sweet treats. Definitely order … read more >
HotSpot describes its unique blend of cuisines as “Asian-style fondue,” as it combines the warming flavor of Chinese hot pots with Japanese shabu-shabu and a Korean cuisine flair. Whether this all sounds delicious or you’re a bit confused about what it all means, this is a restaurant that you have … read more >
Having a great Mediterranean restaurant on your roster of go-to eateries is important any time that gyro craving strikes, and Pan Am Family Restaurant might be just the place in Fairfax. This family-friendly spot serves both traditional fare and a wide selection of homestyle American favorites, including everything from baklava … read more >
If you love hiking or jogging on outdoor trails, Gateway Regional Park should be the number one park on your list in the Fairfax area. This large park is at the center of Fairfax County’s complex network of trails, which combines paved trails with on-road bike routes. The park acts … read more >
Patrons at Coastal Flats in Fairfax may look like they’re on vacation already. The atmosphere of this casual eatery is like a permanent vacation, with an exterior design that hearkens back to classic Atlantic beach houses and an equally mellow vibe inside. But it’s the food here that really draws … read more >
Although the motto of Fairfaix’s The Blue Iguana – “just good food” – may be simplle, the food is anything but.
The Blue Iguana’s menu is packed with their signature Creole and Cajun flavors. For a taste, check out traditional dishes like shrimp or crawfish etouffee, with green onion and buttered … read more >
Since 1974, Main Street Fairfax’s Quilt Patch has been a destination for quiltmaking education and advancement for creative DC Metro locals. Helping regular attendees craft cozy, hand-made heirlooms for generations, The Quilt Patch is one of Fairfax’s most beloved crafting intuitions. Not limited to making quilts, the individuals who frequent … read more >
For over three and a half decades Artie's has been serving up classic "boathouse" fare as one of Fairfax's most popular restaurants.
Not quite seaside and not quite inland, the fine fare at Artie's combines flavors of the Chesapeake with Southern classics. The dinner menu features starters for sharing, like spicy … read more >
Great bar food and solid drinks, all at a reasonable price. Sounds too good to be true?
Then you haven''t been to P.J. Skidoos. This trailblazing restaurant and bar has been a Fairfax institution since 1978, and locals continue to shower it with praise. From burgers and prime ribs to filling … read more >