Getting hungry? A number of new restaurants are slated to open this year in Alexandria, according to the city’s tourism bureau.
Visit Alexandria highlighted many of these new businesses in their annual “What’s New in Alexandria” update, which was held Thursday morning (Dec. 27).
Below is a list with expected opening dates.
- Umbrella Dry Drinks pop-up, February
- Hanks Oyster Bar in Old Town North, early 2022
- Mudhouse Coffee Roasters, opening to be determined (TBD)
- Lady Camellia Pastry & Tea Room, spring/summer opening
- Foxtrot, early 2022
- Bob & Edith’s Diner, TBD
- Bonchon Chicken this month
- Roha Ethiopian Restaurant in the West End, opening TBD
- Beeliner Diner, early 2022
- Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana, summer
- Matt & Tony’s, March
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