Market Square 301 King St, Alexandria, VA22314 Market Square is a plaza based in the heart of Alexandria. The square features one of the nation's oldest continuously…More operating farmer's markets with fresh meat, dairy, fish, vegetables and fruits.
Tavern Square Properties maintains the facilites at Tavern Square. Tavern Square is the area bordered by Cameron,…More King, Pitt and Royal Streets and is adjacent to Market Square on King Street where Alexandria's City Hall is located.
Tavern Square was named for historic Gadsby's Tavern, now a restaurant, located at the corner of Cameron and Royal. However, the square is still home to a popular tavern: Pat Troy's Restaurant and Pub on Pitt Street, which opens into the Tavern Square courtyard and is an Old Town favorite especially to locals who appreciate the outdoor seating and dog-friendly atmosphere. It's perfect for enjoying the open courtyard on a nice day.
Old Town Farmers Market 301 King St, Alexandria, VA22314 The Old Town Farmers Market has been a hub of activity in the community since 1753. Farmers and artists sell their goods…More year-round in the Market Square in front of City Hall. According to local lore, George Washington sent his farm's produce to be sold here. For information on how to become a market vendor, visit the market's Web site.
Market Square Garage 108 N Fairfax St, Alexandria, VA22314 Market Square Garage is close to the bustling businesses, restaurants and shops of Old Town. Alexandria's City Hall is…More adjacent to the parking facility. Rates are $2.00 an hour before 5pm Mondays through Fridays for a maximum of $8.00 a day, $.50 an hour Sundays through Thursdays after 5pm and $1.00 an hour Fridays after 5 pm, all day Saturdays, holidays and Sundays before 5pm for a maximum of $2.00 a day. Cars left after the garage closes are charged $25.00 for release.
Post Carlyle Square is an apartment complex offering efficiency, studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments…More with one or two baths. Post Carlyle Square is located in Alexandria at the corner of Ballenger and Holland and is within walking distance of Old Town Alexandria. Walk or bike to the waterfront on King Street and the Metro is only a few blocks away and within walking distance. Alexandria's Old Town is a lively neighborhood on the west bank of the Potomac River, just six miles from Washington, D.C. Restaurants, shops and historic attractions line King Street and the area is known for its architecture, antique markets, art galleries, and events. Post Carlyle Square offers its residents rooftop terraces for enjoying sunset views of Old Town and beautiful courtyards for relaxation. Many units have balconies and all are wired for Internet access. Granite countertops and high ceilings enhance the luxury living at Post Carlyle Square. Pets are allowed with some restrictions.
An Old Town tradition, The Market Square Shop's walls and tabletops are lined with a beguiling array of fine fabrics,…More pillows and traditional home accessories announcing a focus on gracious living.
Providing upholstery and fabric services since 1955, the shop also stocks seasonal linens and serving ware, lamps, décor books, gift items such as unique dish sets, picture frames, mirrors and scented potpourri with visual flair. Don't miss the extensive selection of fine furnishings care products at the back of the shop. Fabric and paint consultations are given in the shop; samples can be taken out on signature loan.
Market Square Shop was one of the Washington area's first female-owned businesses when Marjorie Land and partner Joan Leidner Miller opened the shop in a run-down part of town, later to be known as Old Town. Old Town's revival can be credited in major part to the success of Land and Miller's popular shop at 202 King Street. The present owner, who joined the original owners in 1985, carries on in much the same refined tradition ensuring personalized and knowledgable service to customers.