Thursday, April 4, 2013
Meet with Vice Mayor Allison Silberberg Saturday morning about whatever is concerning you.
Vice Mayor Allison Silberberg is hosting her latest Council on Your Corner public gathering in Old Town Saturday. On April 6 from 10 a.m. to noon, Silberberg invites to public to discuss issues on their minds at Union Street Public House in the Regatta Room. There will be coffee, juice and light refreshments served. For attendees wishing to enjoy the food and coffee, the host has asked for a flat fee of $5 to cover the restaurant's expenses. It is not necessary to RSVP. For the quickest updates about Alexandria news, sign up for the Old Town Alexandria Patch daily email newsletter, Like Old Town Alexandria Patch on Facebook and Follow @alexandriapatch on Twitter.
Monday, January 7, 2013
Kicking off inaugural weekend and lasting for 10 days, more than 50 eateries are offering $35 three-course dinners or $35 dinners for two.
Alexandria is celebrating the upcoming presidential inauguration with a special edition of Restaurant Week. Kicking off inaugural weekend and lasting for 10 days, Jan. 18 -27, Alexandria’s presidential hotspots and more than 50 eateries are offering $35 three-course dinners or $35 dinners for two. According to the Alexandria Convention and Visitors Association, Alexandria’s presidential culinary connections include: Barack Obama and the First Family - Several of the Obamas' Alexandria eateries are participating in Restaurant Week.
Del Ray Pizzeria – Featuring presidential pies enjoyed by President Barack Obama.
The Majestic – Chef Shannon Overmiller presents selections from the first family’s menu for Michelle’s mother’s birthday, …
Saturday, June 18, 2011
Michelle Obama and her daughter Malia and friend were seen at the restaurant on Friday afternoon
Editor's Note: We have updated this article to correct that Sasha was not dining with her mom, but Malia brought along a friend. President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden were reportedly having lunch Friday at the Union Street Public House, as was confirmed by the restaurant. The news of this unexpected lunch visit to Old Town brought a small ferver to Union Street. Onlookers consisting of a mix of tourists, locals and press all gathered outside the restaurant once news spread that the president was to have lunch in Old Town. The security presence of the Secret Service outside the pub included a number of black SUVs along with members of the service posted along the entire block. While the president and vice president didn't …