Ted’s Bulletin is a laid-back, classic American community restaurant, bakery, and bar, serving crave-able American cuisine in a comfortable and welcoming environment. They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day. Whether it’s family dinner, business lunch, or just Ted’s Tart and coffee-to-go, Ted’s Bulletin is as adaptable as your life is dynamic. The breakfast menu is available all day. Continue reading
FCPS is expanding the grab-and-go food distribution sites to a total of 18 locations starting from March 16. The food distribution is set up outside the schools. Breakfast will be served from 8-10:30 a.m. and lunch from 10:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. Continue reading
Students attending schools within the Alexandria City Public School System will receive more meals during the shutdown of schools amid coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading
The First Christian Church of Alexandria will be hosting its Seventh Annual Craft Fair and Pancake Breakfast on its church grounds at 2723 King Street Alexandria. The event will be held on November 9th from 9 am to 2 pm. Patrons to the event can explore various booths and purchase holiday gifts from local craft vendors. Items for sale at the event will include handmade jewelry, soaps and lotions, greeting cards and much more. Patrons will also be treated to delicious comfort food. Proceeds from the craft fair will benefit the church’s local mission projects while proceeds from the pancake breakfast will benefit Hunger Free Alexandria. Continue reading
Gary and Diane Reedy have been together for more than forty years and have seen many seasons together.
People usually look forward to the day of their retirement when they can finally relax and spend the rest of their life with their family, contemplating life.
However, this is not the case with Gary and Diane Reedy of Fairfax County. Instead of opting retirement, this couple has decided to open a toastery at RTC West, 12100 Sunset Hills Road. They have named it Famous Toastery and it serves brunch and breakfast.
The first official opening of the Famous Toastery was held on Monday, following a soft opening over the weekend. The sales of the weekend were donated to a non-profit organization, Cornerstone.
Diane Reedy is a former World Bank employee while her husband Gary Reedy was a high school teacher and coach. Before opening Famous Toastery, the couple has ventured in several businesses. However, they have sold off their other ventures and opted for Famous Toastery.
Gary Reedy chuckled, “The problem is that we can’t ever stop. I can’t play golf every single day. We’ve had our careers and retirements and a couple of kids. Sometimes, I wonder how we did it all, but we’re young at heart and we want to stay involved.”
Diane Reedy also added, “Simon’s vision for Reston was to include people from all different kinds of backgrounds. It was really meant to be an integrated community, and it has benefited from a lot of public involvement and will continue to benefit from a lot of public involvement.”
Famous Toastery was turned into a Franchise in 2013 and has two other branches in Virginia, according to wtop.com/fairfax-county/