(Updated 4:25 p.m.) Alexandrians are being urged not to travel or gather in groups for the holidays, so Alexandria Restaurant Partners is putting together a series of specials to diners to take home and enjoy in 2-4 sized groups.
“Always committed to providing a total guest experience, this year’s ARP Christmas menus feature a la carte, Prix fixe, and packaged to-go menu options highlighting innovative twists on classic holiday dishes,” a spokesperson for the restaurant group said.
Alexandria Restaurant Partners owns Mia’s Italian Kitchen, Vola’s Dockside Grill, Riverside Taco Company, Joe Theismann’s Restaurant, Palette 22 and The Majestic — with Ada’s on the River and Barca Pier and Wine Bar coming soon.
“For only $29/person, readers will be impressed with Mia’s Italian Kitchen’s affordable and delicious 3-course prix-fixe featuring starters like Pei Mussels, or Crispy Fried Artichokes, a choice of 2 entrees Frutti Di Mare, or Slow Cooked Prime Beef Ragu and a choice between two decadent desserts,:Chocolate Covered Cannoli or Chocolate Panna Cotta,” the press release said.
The family packages were $119 for a group of four or $69 for two. The packages include five dishes served cold with reheating instructions.
There are similar packages available at
- Theismann’s — $139 for a serving of 4-6 with the option of doubling the sides for an additional $60.
- The Majestic — $159 to-go dinner
- Palette 22 — small plates ranging from $16-$5
- Riverside Taco Company — $29 for two starters and entrees
- Vola’s Dockside Grill — dishes serve 6-8 and range from $75 cheesecake to $59 crab mac and cheese
“All ARP Christmas To-Go menus can be placed directly through the desired restaurant’s website or by phone through December 21st,” according to the press release. “Order pickups will be available on Dec. 24 or Dec. 25th, 12-6 p.m.”
Also, buying a gift card of $100 value will come with a bonus $20 gift card.
Staff photo by James Cullum
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