Monday Morning Notes

Morning notes Oct/Nov

Reston’s Cafesano Restaurant Expanding, Adding New Location – Due to the immense success of the restaurant’s South Lakes Village location in Reston, Cafestano owners say they’ve opened a second location at the Dulles Town Center. Management says the new location has a similar dining room, plus a covered patio, lounge and two fire pits. [Reston Patch]

Get Your DMV2Go at Reston Town Center – Reston residents can visit the DMV2Go wireless office on wheels this Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the town center’s pavilion. The mobile offices lets locals apply or renew an ID card or driver’s license, get driving records, obtain vehicle titles, plates or decals and order disabled plates. [Reston Town Center]

Art Show Featured at GRACE – The Greater Reston Arts Center is hosting an exhibition by multimedia artist Shih Chieh Huang. The show features interactive elements created from a variety of materials including LED lights, motion sensors, computer parts, screens and everyday plastic bags and storage containers. “Synthetic Transformations” is on display through Nov. 19. [Greater Reston Arts Center]

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