Where to go near King Street Metro
King Street Metro is the ideal spot to stop and visit some of the best restaurants, cafés, shops and stores that Alexandria has to offer. Check out the list we’ve compiled below of just a few of the many highlights near King Street Metro:
Bob and Edith’s Diner – 1743 King Street
One of six locations in Northern Virginia, Bob and Edith’s Diner is a favorite amongst locals, and is open 24 hours to satisfy those late-night diner cravings! Breakfast is served all day, but dinner and lunch options are also available.
Whole Foods Market – 1700 Duke Street
One of the best places to find healthy and organic food items, Whole Foods Market on Duke is the perfect place to do your grocery shopping. This location also features a broad wine and beer selection, as well as a hot bar and salad bar.
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream – 102 S Patrick Street
If you’re looking for the best ice cream in Old Town, your search is over! Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream features rich and unique flavors, like Gooey Butter Cake and Brandleberry, with the added bonus of homemade waffle cones.
Escape Room Live – 814 King Street
In search of a unique and exciting way to spend an evening? Escape Room Live in Alexandria offers the perfect weekend activity for a family outing, a group of friends searching for fun, or a staff team-building exercise.
Crate & Barrel Outlet – 1700 Prince Street
A perfect place to find discounted luxury home items, the Crate & Barrel Outlet on Prince is the ideal spot to do some weekend shopping. A cozy but well-stocked location, the store offers a great selection of furniture, décor, and kitchen items.
Fibre Space Yarn Shop – 1319 Prince Street
For all the knitting, crocheting, and otherwise artistic folk, the Fibre Space Yarn Shop is the best place to meet your crafting needs! Tucked away in a quiet part of Old Town, Fibre Space provides crafting materials as well as classes for beginners.
By Grace Egger