For Virginia Wine Month, we’re sharing briefs on the industry.
Whether it’s a wine bar, full-service restaurant or a butcher shop, here are places to take a seat and eat, and then buy a bottle for home.
What you’ll find: International cuisine, craft beer, cocktails, monthly wine dinners, no- corkage Sunday special, happy hour specials and complimentary Thursday wine tastings. // 1800 Wilson Blvd., Arlington
Bottle Stop Wine Bar
What you’ll find: Small plates, flatbread pizzas, cheese and charcuterie plates, sliders, craft beer and cocktails. // 311 Mill St., Occoquan
What you’ll find: Mediterranean-style cuisine, happy hour specials, international wines and wine tastings. // 1313 Old Chain Bridge Road, McLean
Grape + Bean
What you’ll find: Casual fare of cheese and charcuterie, small plates and sandwiches, beer, wine, craft coffee, tea and dine-in or carry out options. // 118 S. Royal St., Alexandria; 2 E. Walnut St., Alexandria
What you’ll find: Classic Spanish cuisine of tapas, plus cocktails, wine and sangria specials. // 2250-A Crystal Drive, Arlington
What you’ll find: Seasonal French and modern American food from local farms, cheese and meat boards, happy hour specials, craft beer and biodynamic wines. // 1222 King St., Alexandria
Oakton Wine Shop & Bistro
What you’ll find: Charcuterie, seafood, craft beer on tap and a wine-of-the-month club. // 2952-A Chain Bridge Road, Oakton
What you’ll find: Global small plates, soups and salads, plus cheese and charcuterie boards. // 1025 N. Fillmore St., Arlington
The Whole Ox
What you’ll find: Meat-focused dinner options, with housemade charcuterie and craft cocktails, plus a retail shop with a full butcher counter, produce, cheese, stocks, soups, frozen take-home meals, sustainable and organic wines, Saturday wine samplings and craft beers. // 8357 W. Main St., Marshall