Looking for an upscale yet laid back place to come and kick back for a few? Lyon Hall in Arlington is the perfect place to find farm-fresh and seasonal foods in a sultry ambiance. Upscale, laid back and sultry. Did I just describe our guest speaker? I may have! Join us at Lyon Hall to chat with Amber Kendrick of Cloud Terre.
A bit about our guest speaker:
Amber Kendrick is an architect and designer. She applies her understanding of materials, color, design and form to warm glass for both functional and architectural applications. She works in warm glass at her studio at the Workhouse Arts Center. Amber is the founder of Cloud Terre, LLC.
About the venue:
“Lyon Hall is a bustling brasserie in the Clarendon neighborhood of Arlington, VA. We serve classic French brasserie cuisine, featuring carefully sourced produce, fish, and meats. Our kitchen, overseen by Liam LaCivita and Andy Bennett, prepares freshly baked bread, house-cured charcuterie, and handcrafted cheeses on a daily basis.
Our wine list offers an intriguing array of selections, with an emphasis on small, family-owned French wineries. Also complementing our cuisine perfectly is a diverse menu of some of the world’s most notable beers, including 23 on tap and over 50 in bottle. Finally, our bar specializes in carefully crafted cocktails, both traditional and original, including the house favorite the “SJF”.
Our dining room, bar, and expansive outdoor patio offer an appealing mix of comfort and ambiance, and Managing Partner Mark Fedorchak and his team strive to create an environment of attentive, sincere hospitality.”
When: Thursday, November 17
Where: Lyon Hall
3100 N Washington Blvd Arlington, VA 22201
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Accessible via the Orange Line, just a hop and a skip from the Clarendon Metro stop. There is also plenty of metered street parking around the building.