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Alexandria hotels set to open new returning restaurants


If you’re looking for a new dining experience in Alexandria, look no further than some of the amazing restaurants located in hotels across the city.

Here is an overview:

Last month, Indochen opened its second location in Alexandria at the Hyatt Centric Old Town Alexandria. While the restaurant currently only serves breakfast, chef Ram Thapa – who has spent much of his career working in the restaurant industry in Nepal – will unveil his Indochinese comfort food for lunch and dinner. from Friday 6 May.

The Hilton Alexandria Mark Center, which is about to complete a multi-million dollar renovation, is currently revamping its culinary programming. In April, the hotel revealed The sushi bar in the lobby and in June the hotel’s gift shop is scheduled to be replaced with a new take-out cafe, The market.

Since April 21, the seasonal cocktail garden of King & Rye’s court is back. The redesigned space of the Alexandrian Old Town Alexan Hotel

dria offers lounges, intimate dining rooms, foyers and a summer music series. The southern-inspired garden showcases a special cocktail program hosted by Bourbon Managing Director and Executive Delegate Allison Strunk featuring a variety of spirits infused with fresh seasonal fruits, vegetables and herbs.

The study returned to Morrison House after being temporarily closed due to the pandemic. Guests will rediscover the local dishes offered by Chef Tomas Chavarria, whose Mesoamerican heritage influences a unique Mo

latest American menu with dishes such as Korobuta Pork Belly and Seven Hills Farms Dry-Aged Strip Far. The study also offers a menu of classic cocktails inspired by great literary works in a luxury bar with live piano.