Washington, DC: 1789 Restaurant is the quintessential Washington, D.C. dining experience. Chosen by readers of Gourmet magazine as one of America's Top Tables, its inspired creativity is delivered in a relaxed country-inn elegance. Five dining rooms offer comfortable surroundings in a renovated Federal house. GO TO 1789 RESTAURANT
Virginia Beach: A romantic fine dining experience where the traditions of Alexander's on the Bay meet the flavors of Chesapeake Bay with a menu reflecting a changing season and the simplicity of ingredients. GO TO ALEXANDERS ON THE BAY
Arlington: While every government-issue headstone is its own monument and its own memorial, Arlington National Cemetery has points of special interest for the visitor, from the Eternal Flame of the Kennedy grave and the mast of the USS Maine to the tomb of the unknowns. GO TO ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMENTERY
Fredericksburg: The Bistro Bethem's inviting windowed facade gives way to a vaulted ceiling, a dining room full of copper, color, changing local art and a 300-year-old heart pine bar. Fine dining meets the new south with exceptional food, a hip atmosphere and gracious service that doesn't forget its roots. GO TO BISTRO BETHEM
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