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    Paid Parking Slowly Killing Reston Town Center?

    Paid Parking Under Consideration for Reston, Tysons by Catherine Douglas Moran, RestonNow The Fairfax County Department of Transportation (FCDOT) is gearing up to study parking management options, which could add paid parking in Reston and Tysons. FCDOT hopes to hire a professional parking consultant to explore parking management, which FCDOT says would fulfill the vision of the Comprehensive Plan for each area. It would also reduce traffic congestion and vehicle emissions from drivers circling blocks to find free street parking and create a new revenue stream, FCDOT argues.
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    Christmas Events around Washington, DC

    Very cool Christmas/Holiday train exhibit (great for kids and adults) at the US Botanical Gardens. There are concerts on select Tuesdays and Thursdays and admission is free. The place is warm, protected from the elements and there are plant-based US landmarks recreated sprinkled throughout the center hall. Lines can be long to get in, but if you have not done this it is really cool. The National Christmas tree and events around the US State and Territory trees are also pretty neat to do if you have not.
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    Paid Parking Slowly Killing Reston Town Center?

    Update since paid parking was implemented, working mostly from memory so it is possible I missed a few on either side (not intentional). Closed Pottery Barn Williams Sonoma M&S Grill Paolos, then remodelled and opened as Neyla which also closed Teavana Ann Taylor Red Velvet Cupcakes Il Fornaio Busara Edibles Incredible The Bike Lane The Running Store Appalachian Spring Open Mason's Lobster Rolls &PIzza Balduccis
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    Paid Parking Slowly Killing Reston Town Center?

    Pottery Barn Set to Close in Reston Town Center in January by Catherine Douglas Moran, RestonNow The Pottery Barn in Reston Town Center will shut its doors in January, along with the Williams-Sonoma down the block.
  5. SLAPFISH QUIETLY OPENS A WEEK EARLY by Chris Wadsworth, theburn Slapfish, the new seafood restaurant at One Loudoun, accelerated their timeline and quietly opened to customers a week early.
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    Paid Parking Slowly Killing Reston Town Center?

    Williams-Sonoma in Reston Town Center to Close in January by Catherine Douglas Moran, RestonNow
  7. Why we can’t agree on gun control by Jen Zamzoe The problem isn’t a lack of information. It’s how we are predisposed to interpret it.
  8. There are laws in place, I would not call them strict nor are they tight. Violence stats are out there and sobering to say the least. We are a Country where guns are part of our lives (even if you do not own one or more) - and not for absolute need (I am sure people will disagree). The daily and weekly headlines noting violence are not helping strengthen laws, perhaps just the opposite...are we becoming immune to them?
  9. Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls Opens This Week in Reston Town Center by Fatimah Waseem, RestonNow After some delays, Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls is opening tomorrow (Nov. 7) in Reston Town Center.
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    Ceviche

    Oyamel - I like their ceviche bar.
  11. Opening of Mason’s Famous Lobsters in Reston Town Center Delayed by Fatimah Waseem, RestonNow A soft opening was anticipated by Malcolm Gilbreath this week, but the process was delayed pending the scheduling of final inspections with the county.
  12. If you want to let your Representatives know you are pissed, concerned or whatever, here are links (email addresses, phone #'s etc) and stats for you and our surrounding areas: Virginia Maryland District of Columbia The stats are sobering - for anyone outside the area, you can easily look up your state and district here. I am not saying they listen, but you have to let them know.
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    Servers Who Won't Write Down Orders

    So I digress (sort of) - I have always been impressed with server(s) who can remember an order without writing it down. I even order in reverse order i.e. dessert, entree, salad, appetizer to mix them up and see if they can do it (for fun). Those who do, and it has been often, rarely fail. Upon occasion we have had a server come back and ask for a clarification, but overall, experience has been pretty good. We go to this restaurant several times/year (were there 2 weeks ago), and there is a server there who has never written down our order. It is quite impressive and our kids love it. If dining in a nicer restaurant, I always think it a little tacky when a server pulls out a pad of paper and writes down an order, but again, I am always impressed by someone taking their job seriously. I could not be a server and wait on people - just could not do it, not in my wheelhouse; have the utmost respect.
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    Lobster Rolls

    Ford's Fish Shack has a decent roll as does Jackson's. I was really hesitant to try one at Jacksons, but it was pleasantly good.
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