Taking a cue from dinner theater, drinking songs, and the Chef Boyardee symphony orchestra, South Beach Grill combines flavor-packed foodstuffs with the thrill of regular live music in their menu of sandwiches, burgers, and more, which relish being rhythmically chewed. After tucking into jalapeño poppers ($6.99), broccoli cheese bites ($6.99), or their signature coconut shrimp ($8.99), the South Beach chefs roll up their sleeves and sling out a slew of culinary creations to polish off even the most discerning appetites. Seafood lovers can bone up on their aquatic knowledge with a lime-mayo-slathered fish taco roll-up ($7.99) or a dozen of their oysters Rockafeller ($13.99), while the landlubbers dine on an 8-ounce Shack steak ($12.99) or combine it with a half pound of steamed or fried shrimp ($16.99).
Adam's Corner wraps a hookah lounge, sports bar, and casual dining environment into one local cocoon of lively times and tasty bites. Scroll over the menu and settle belly debts with New England fare such as the stuffed quahog ($3) or lobster roll ($14). At the hookah tables, the Al Fakher ($12.95) can be fitted with 10 tobacco flavors such as grape with mint, while the Starbuzz ($15.95) boasts more than15 puffables, including guava, watermelon, and white peach. The full bar offers a litany of libations awaiting a perfect pairing with an 8" margarita pizza ($5), a meatball Panini ($8), or the wings soaked in Adam's surprisingly friendly jerk sauce ($5+).
Barrel Thief satisfies taste buds with a menu dominated by upscale salads and sandwiches that also includes a few heartier entree suggestions. In the arugula salad ($8), salty prosciutto and pickled strawberries lie on a bed of spicy greens, and nine bruschetta options ($5–$10)—including roasted garlic and white bean—are great for distracting most of the destructive hands of the goddess Kali. Fare from the briny deep includes the crab sandwich ($12)—shellfish drizzled in pimento aioli escorted by grilled green tomatoes—and grilled yellowfin tuna ($18). For dessert, tempt teeth with a sweet sonata composed of mixed berries and fresh cream ($6) whipped by Beethoven's ghost.
Cecile's Wine Cellar stocks a wide variety of wines, from inexpensive dinner pairings to lavish varietals, in an atmosphere of grape-loving camaraderie. Staff members' brains are chock-full of facts about food pairings, wine regions, and bottles to meet any need. For a month-long impromptu barbecue, pick up a pair of quality bottles such as a Monte Degli Angeli 2008 Sangiovese ($8.99, on sale for $6.98) with a 2009 Chateau La Roche S. Jean Blanc ($9.99), or celebrate a job that you invented with a bottle of Guillon Cremant de Bourgogne Blanc De Noirs ($24.99), a sparkling wine with notes of fresh berries and earthy expressions. If you're looking to splurge on a fresh young wine to adopt and care for until it matures into beautifully blushing Bordeaux, check the regional varieties for investments in oenophilia such as the Château Pape Clément Pessac-Léognan, which matures from 2012–2030 and was produced from the winery's 700th vintage in 2006 ($129.99).
When you stay at Best Western Dulles Airport in Sterling, you'll be in the business district and convenient to Center for Innovative Technology Complex. This eco-friendly hotel is within the vicinity of Reston Town Center and Reston National Golf Course.
Make yourself at home in one of the 123 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and microwaves. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and premium TV channels provides entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and complimentary weekday newspapers, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a fitness facility, or other amenities including gift shops/newsstands and complimentary use of a nearby fitness facility.
A complimentary hot/cold buffet breakfast is included.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, express check-in, and express check-out. A roundtrip airport shuttle is complimentary during limited hours.
With names like Voyager, Rendezvous, Trekker, and Sojourn, the wines at Grayhaven Winery evoke a sense of getting away from it all. But their small-batch vintages aren't the only escape route from the everyday Grayhaven opens up. Visitors on estate tours will find Virginia-made goat cheese and baguettes in the tasting room, a child-friendly playground and nature trail, four resident horses, and three dogs with noses for fine wines. The vineyard also hosts three large events every year: the South African Food & Wine Festival, Blues in the Vineyard, and the Harvest Bluegrass Festival.