Tuesday, April 30, 2013
New restaurant located at Hyatt Regency Reston will bring craft cocktails and classic American dishes.
In: Locally sourced ingredients, craft cocktails and an open flow between the lounge and the restaurant. Out: Your standard upscale hotel restaurant. The Hyatt Regency Reston is making way for a new concept, Tavern 64 Regional Kitchen, which is slated to open in June. The name "Tavern 64" pays homage to Reston's history as 1964 was the year Reston's first residents moved here. Hyatt executives said they met with Reston founder Robert E. Simon when narrowing down the name. Tavern 64 replaces Market Street Bar & Grill, which was part of the hotel for more than two decades. Market Street did fine, says Ray Messina, the Hyatt's director of sales and marketing. But with increasing competition and the growth of Reston Town Center, it was time to…
Friday, April 12, 2013
Reston's glamorous night raised $466K for Reston Interfaith.
More than 700 people packed the ballroom at the Hyatt Regency Reston on Thursday for the 22nd Annual Best of Reston Awards. The black-tie event organized by Reston Interfaith and the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce honors outstanding Reston-area citizens and businesses for the community service. This year's event was co-chaired by 99-year-old Reston founder Robert E. Simon - who "parachuted" into the gala much like Queen Elizabeth did at the 2012 Summer Olympic Opening Ceremonies. Simon, who will also chair next year's event, has set a goal of raising $1 million to aid Reston Interfaith as a two-year total. The 2013 gala raised more than $466,000. A surprise winner Thursday was Bill Bouie, who was given the Robert E. Simon Community …
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Act now to be part of the gala on April 11.
There is only a little over a week to get your tickets to the 22nd annual Best of Reston gala. The Best of Reston, held April 11 at the Hyatt Regency Reston, honors individuals and businesses for their contributions to the community. It is also a major fundraiser for Reston Interfaith. Reston founder Robert E. Simon is this year's honorary chariman. For ticket and sponsorship information, click here. The 2013 honorees include: Individual Community Members Doug Bushee - Bushee is the founder of the CORE Foundation, which assists individual and groups to raise money for a nonprofit. The foundation has helped the Reston Sprint Triathlon raise more than $130,000 for Reston Interfaith. He is a former Reston Association board member. Ed …
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Upscale hotel restaurant's last day is Feb. 24, but a new concept will open later this year at Hyatt Regency Reston.
Market Street Bar & Grill, the restaurant at the Hyatt Regency Reston, will close on Feb. 24. Hotel mangement said the space will be replaced by a new restaurant that will open in late summer. Management added that more details about the new restaurant will come in a few weeks. "While we are saddened by this, the restaurant has served the community well. It has offered a venue where hundred’s of patrons took their prom dates, proposed to their significant other, and was home to a variety of family celebrations," Hyatt management said in a statement. Market Street was also home to live jazz performances, business meetings, Sunday brunch and exhibits by local artists. Patrons of the Hyatt will still be able to get meal service within the …
Thursday, March 29, 2012
Fitness guru, financial expert to speak in Reston Saturday.
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Thursday, March 29, 2012
Fitness expert Jillian Michaels and financial advisor Suze Orman will be among the guest speakers as the fourth annual Get Radical Women's Conferene gets underway at the Hyatt Regency Reston on Friday. The event is organized by life coach Doreen Rainey, President of Empowering Moments. The conference is a aimed at getting woman to take charge of their professional and personal goals, while balancing life fulfillment and wellness. Rainey says her mission is to empower, inspire, motivate and educate woman to maximize their lives, and to gain the “guts” to go after it. The conference will continue through Sunday. Michaels and Orman will be speaking on Saturday. For ticket information, go to www.getradicalconference.com