Why not make a date of it?

 

With all the available dining in Old Town Fairfax, it's fun to make your prenatal visit into an excuse for a much needed date.  Here are some of the many places to eat within walking distance:

Choices By Shawn- also in Moore-McCandlish House

Courtside Thai Cuisine

East Wind, Vietnamese restaurant and noodle house

Bollywood Bistro, "Contemporary Indian Cuisine"

The Auld Shebeen, Irish pub and restaurant

Villa Mozart, "Upscale spot for northern Italian fare"

Havabite EateryMediterranean cuisine 

 

Or, if you're out with the kids, enjoy walking to the

City of Fairfax Public Library , Old Town Square with its fountain to play in on hot days, or Paint Your Own Pottery.

Getting to the office

 

       Fairfax Home Birth

   3950 Chain Bridge Road

              Suite 11

    Fairfax, Virginia, 22030

       by appointment only

 

My office is in Suite 11 of the historic Moore-McCandlish House

at the corner of Chain Bridge Road (123) and North Street in Old Town Fairfax.

 

Upon entering the front door, take the stairs to the top floor.  Office is on the left.

 

Free parking is available in the adjacent lot, accessible from

Chain Bridge Road (across from Potbelly) or North Street (near Truro Church).

 

From I-66 (east or west): Take exit 60 (123 South/Chain Bridge Road) toward Fairfax.  Continue 0.6 miles.  Office is on the right with parking immediately before.

 

From the Beltway (495): Take exit 52A-52B (236 W/Little River Turnpike) toward Fairfax.  In 5.5 miles turn right on Chain Bridge Road.  In 1 block, the office is on your left with parking immediately following.

 

Also easily accessible from Route 50 or the Fairfax County Parkway

 

 

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