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Chef Geoff's, Geoff Tracy's Local American Chain in Several Area Locations

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Tysons location is alive and well - Have not had a bad meal here; Brunch, dinner or Thanksgiving (multiple years) - service has been good, worst part is location due to traffic in the immediate area. 

Wine list is decent, and if one does not feel like cooking for Thanksgiving, they do a nice meal with many options for adults and children.  The menu is listed on their website.  They also do a brunch which has great donuts, Bloody Mary's and benedicts.  Stuff changes seasonally so best to check their website first for updated menus.  Moderately priced for the NoVa area, suggest a reservation.

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Thank you for the support on this.  There is Supreme Court precedent supporting basic first amendment rights in this case (see 44 Liquormart v Rhode Island in 1996).  But even though  Virginia has all but said they agree with me, they are trying to bury me and my attorney in paperwork.  I handed over 65,000 of absolutely useless documents to them.  It is data on sales by the hour (they wanted by the minute).  I gave them three years of information.  They wanted ten years but my point of sale doesn't keep that info beyond three.  They wanted to settle with me but it would have been an incomplete victory as laws would have still have to make it through Richmond post dropping the suit.  The best thing for Virginia to do is to concede.  The further they delay, the more money the state is wasting defending asinine regulations that serve no purpose.  The fact that it is against the law to advertise the price of a glass of pinot grigio at happy hour makes no sense.  And Virginia is making it worse by trying to defend it.

-Geoff Tracy  - Chef Geoff's

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This is genuinely appalling and I share in the disgust that my tax dollars go towards the policing and defense of this absurdity.

Thank you for taking up this charge.

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I don't see how Geoff can possibly lose this case - if what he's advertising is legal, and he isn't making any false claims, then what law does Virginia have to stand on? I'm trying to think of a parallel, and I can't.

Maybe this ties in, somehow, to Virginia prohibiting the sale of alcohol after midnight?

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