Gather & Relax

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Food


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KIDS $6ea.

MAINS

*All served w/ house pasta salad or side salad

substitute wedge fries for $2

DESSERTS

*These items are offered raw or undercooked, which may increase your chance of food borne illness.

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Disclaimer: The Garden does not reserve tables for small parties on the weekends, we only book partial/full buyouts of the space. If you would like to reserve a table, you may do so Monday - Thursday with manager approval. Please fill out the form below for any buyout/reservation requests.

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FROM THE MINDS BEHIND LIVE OAK RESTAURANT AND CHARLIE’S ON THE AVENUE, WELCOME TO THE GARDEN! A PLACE WHERE EVERYBODY CAN ENJOY DELICIOUS FOOD, 16 BEERS ON DRAFT, REFRESHING WINE AND COCKTAILS, AND PLAY CLASSIC BACKYARD GAMES. THE GARDEN IS THE PLACE TO GATHER & RELAX.

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LOCATION

1503 Mount Vernon Avenue
Alexandria, Virginia 22301

HOURS of OPERATION

SUN -FRI: 11AM - 10PM

SATURDAY 9AM - 10PM

*weather Permitting

 
 

Press

 
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Del Ray’s All-Day Beer Garden is Now Open with Kid and Dog-Friendly Menus (Plus Tacos for Adults)

There’s a lot more than brews and brats on tap at The Garden, a 100-seat outdoor bar and restaurant that opened last week in Del Ray. Owners Jeremy Barber and chef Justus Frank, the duo behind adjoining Charlie’s on the Avenue sports bar and nearby Southern restaurant Live Oak, wanted to build a beer garden that would appeal to the whole neighborhood….

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Del Ray Gets a New Beer Garden With Draft Grapefruit Crushes

The beer garden is the third bar and restaurant in the neighborhood that chef Justus Frank and GM Jeremy Barber have opened in the past three years. The partners also co-own Low Country spot Live Oak and sports bar Charlie’s on the Avenue.

Given the neighborhood’s status as a prime destination for nuclear families, the owners have a kids menu and told Washingtonian that they’re developing a selection of snacks for dogs.