Savor the flavors of Old Town Manassas at fantastic restaurants that offer satisfying meals and consistent quality. From casual to fancy, a trip to Center Street will reward you with the best food available in the Arts and Entertainment district of Manassas, Virginia. If you’re hungry for a unique dining experience, head to the heart of Old Town and try out one of these great locations:
KATERINA’S GREEK CUISINE
Katerina’s brings the flavors of the Mediterranean a little closer to home with healthy and delicious food served in a casual, familial atmosphere. The menu options include seafood, steak, and traditional Greek fare that is so popular you may want to consider calling ahead for a reservation. For over thirteen years Katerina’s has been the friendly, neighborhood restaurant that offers diners authentic flavors and consistent service.
OKRA’S CAJUN CREOLE
Okra’s Cajun Creole is housed in an historic building that was saved from a devastating fire by a bucket brigade way back in 1905. Okra’s has a vibe all its own, so you won’t be able to miss the colorful artwork or bold decorations. If you visit on a weekend night and are lucky enough to score an outdoor table, you might just hear the local bands playing at the end of the street. Don’t let the word Cajun or Creole scare you away; you can find plenty of menu items that are not spicy. Of course, if you are a little adventurous, you might just need to try the Alligator Bites or Voodoo Chicken Strips to fully enjoy the flavor of the Bayou.
Carmello’s offers amazing Portuguese and Italian cuisine in an elegant, quiet atmosphere. Surrounded by the tasteful contrast of wood, brick, and glass décor you will enjoy seasonal menus that showcase vegetarian, pescatarian, and gluten-free options. Other offerings, including grilled swordfish, roasted duck, and Chilean sea bass will tempt you to experience the artistry of fine dining.
These restaurants are only a few of the many great dining options available for residents of The Elms at Signal Hill Station. Contact us today to learn about all of the great benefits of living in our community.Back to all posts