Travel Guidance

During these unprecedented times, many attractions and events have been impacted, and in most cases, cancelled or closed. Visitors are strongly encouraged to call or check event and attraction websites to confirm operating status. For information on how you can interact with the tourism community now, visit our Fairfax First page. Learn More

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FAIRFAX RESTAURANTS

Fairfax County is home to some of the very best restaurants in the entire Capital Region. While restaurants have discontinued dine-in service, a number of Fairfax County restaurants are offering delivery and to-go options when available.  The list below can be sorted by type and region so you'll always find a convenient, delicious dining option close by.  Given the rapidly changing environment, we encourage you to visit restaurant websites for operating hours and delivery/to-go options.  Or utilize delivery services such as DoorDashUber Eats, or GrubHub.


Virginia is for Restaurant Lovers

 

March 30 to April 5 is Virginia Is for Restaurant Lovers Takeout Week.

Virginia’s restaurant industry has been hit especially hard during this time, let's see what we can do to support them. Virginians are encouraged to order takeout, delivery or curbside pickup from local restaurants and to use the hashtag #VirginiaEatsLocal to spread the word.


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