Local Foods & Local Chefs

Local Foods, Local Chefs program kicked off today and will run one month through October 14.  For the next month dine at participating Arlington restaurants and enjoy a dinner made with locally grown and raised ingredients. By dining out at these participating restaurants on their highlighted evening, diners will not only support local vendors but also help to strengthen the local economy.

Participating restaurants

On its designated night, each of the Arlington restaurants below will feature a dinner made with locally-grown ingredients:

  • Sept. 16: Liberty Tavern, 3195 Wilson Blvd.
  • Sept. 17: Santa Fe Café, 1500 Wilson Blvd.
  • Sept. 22: Willow Restaurant, 4301 N Fairfax Dr.
  • Sept. 23: Tallulah Restaurant and EatBar, 2761 Washington Blvd.
  • Sept. 29: Eventide Restaurant, 3165 Wilson Blvd.
  • Oct. 6: Restaurant Vero, 5723 Lee Hwy.
  • Oct. 13: Restaurant 3, 2950 Clarendon Blvd.

Learn more about the program>>>

Film screenings & discussions

To complement the dining experiences, come to our series of film viewings and discussions at Fairlington Community Center (3308 S. Stafford St.):

  • Sept. 30: The True Cost of Food
  • Oct. 7: The Garden
  • Oct. 14: FRESH

For more info: call 703-228-6400 or visit the project web page. Featured Article on Examiner.com

Local Foods, Local Chefs is sponsored by Arlington County, Virginia Cooperative Extension, Clarendon Alliance, Ballston-Virginia Square Partnership, Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization, Crystal City Business Improvement District, Rosslyn Business Improvement District and Slow Food DC.

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