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A Tavern Comes to Lake Anne

Show simple item record Nicoson, William J. 2006-06-14T15:48:36Z 2006-06-14T15:48:36Z 2006-03-01
dc.description WordPerfect document and .pdf file. Original size 11" x 8.5" en
dc.description.abstract Reston's Lake Anne Village Center has been celebrated for the number and quality of its restaurants. Beginning in 2003 the largest of these restaurants, known as Il Cigno (The Swan), specialized in Italian cuisine designed by a highly-regarded chef, Andrea Pace, a graduate of The Excelsior Culinary Institute in Merano, Italy. But the owner of the restaurant, Tony Arbid, invested in a capacious terrace canopy which a number of Lake Anne residents found objectionable. He eventually replaced the canopy with umbrellas but decided to move his restaurant and chef to a Great Falls location known now as Fiora di Luna (Moon Blossom).
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dc.publisher Reston Times en
dc.subject Lake Anne en_US
dc.subject restaurants en_US
dc.subject Reston (Va.) en_US
dc.subject Tavern on the Lake en_US
dc.title A Tavern Comes to Lake Anne en
dc.type Article en

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