The co-founder of a bevy of businesses throughout Arlington announced in a Facebook post Monday that he plans to help open “Bearded Goat Barber, a premier barbershop specializing in tailored haircuts, hot lather shaves and sculpted beard trims.” in early 2019.
Fast casual seafood chain Slapfish, which started life as a West Coast food truck serving “boat-to-plate” seafood in 2011, continues its Washington-area expansion with locations in Ashburn and Ballston.
Harris Teeter’s owners are hoping to team up with a Georgia-based developer to build 700 residential units on the site of a former Mercedez Benz dealership in Ballston. All told, the development would include 83,600 square feet of retail on the ground floor of two buildings.
With high rises coming to define both the Rosslyn-Ballston corridor and Crystal City, and neighborhoods along Columbia Pike becoming ever more dense, Lee Highway has remained persistently suburban in character with its procession of low-slung shopping centers and vast parking lots.
Workers recently put the finishing touches on a new protected bike lane through Ballston. The new lane runs along N. Quincy Street, stretching from N. Glebe Road to 9th Street N. The lane was installed…
The restaurant is set to be part of the Ballston Exchange building at 4201 Wilson Blvd currently undergoing some big renovations, following the departure of the National Science Foundation.
Slapfish, a small but growing casual seafood chain that started as a Huntington Beach, California, food truck in 2011, has expanded its first foray into the D.C. market.
A restaurant called Medina appears to be preparing to open in the former Ballston location of Earl’s Sandwiches at 4215 N. Fairfax Drive. A posting on the door of the site reads, in part, “coming…
The 31st Annual Taste of Arlington presented by Courthaus Social, the signature event of BallstonGives, returns to Ballston on Sunday, May 20 from 12-6 p.m
The Ballston Cava is store No. 51 for Cava nationally, and the 28th location in the D.C. region.
Farmers market season kicks off this week. At least two farmers markets in Arlington, in Crystal City and Ballston will open this week. Here’s what you need to know.
Ballston Exchange, the redevelopment of two Ballston office buildings formerly known as Stafford Place I and II in Arlington, is adding several eateries to the list of tenants.
Metrorail is warning people not to use Metrorail Wednesday morning after a disabled train shuttered service on the Orange and Silver lines between East Falls Church and Clarendon in Virginia. Find out the best alternate routes.
The developer behind the planned transformation of Ballston Common Mall into Ballston Quarter is going heavy on “experiential” offerings, including cooking classes, live-action entertainment escape rooms, bowling, bocce, karaoke and an indoor play-and-learning center for young families. See photos.
The restaurants announced for Quarter Market include fast casual eateries serving sushi rolls and salads to rustic establishments firing up authentic Italian cuisine.