FCPS opening two hours late today — Fairfax County Public Schools will open two hours late today due to the “very cold weather.” [Tysons Reporter]
Networking night — Tall Oaks Assisted Living is hosting a networking tonight from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Registration will close at noon today. [Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce]
DARPA’s subsidiary scores satellite Bus development — The Herndon-based subsidiary of Airbus Group recently received a contract to develop a satellite bus intended for a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency demonstration program. [ExecutiveBiz]
Response to PRC letters to the editor — A Reston resident writing for Greater Greater Washington argues that “it’s not a lack of coordination or communication from the county that leaves people wondering what will happen. It’s the simple fact that no matter what the PRC limits are, the county can’t zone its way to a specific vision of the future. It would be disingenuous for it to say that it could.” His article responds to two letters to the editor published on Reston Now. [Greater Greater Washington]
Winter Restaurant Week extended — Slated to end on Sunday (Jan. 20), Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW) decided to push the end date. Diners now have until Sunday (Jan. 27) to enjoy the prix fixe meals at several Reston restaurants participating in the event. [RAMW]
This week is Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week, and four Reston restaurants are among the 250 restaurants taking part. Most restaurants are offering three-course lunch specials for $20.14 and dinner for $35.14.
Here is where you can get a taste of some of Reston’s best meals with special discount menus:
El Manantial at Tall Oaks Village Center is offering lunch and dinner.
The Melting Pot at Plaza America is offering a four-course fondue for dinner.
Vinifera Wine Bar and Bistro at the Westin Reston Heights is offering lunch and dinner specials.
For a complete list of restaurant week participants or to make reservations, visit the Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week website. Restaurant Week runs through Sunday, Jan. 19.
Photo courtesy Vinifera Bar Wine Bar and Bistro