Nice charming place with great food and coffee. Relaxed atmosphere.I love the breakfasts - unusual and tasty. Great baked goods.
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Le Pain in Fairfax is wonderful. Comparing this location to the Tysons and Bethesda locations, I was totally pleasantly surprised. The food was fresh, the dining room clean and my serer prompt. Thank you Le Pain for making me believe in you again!
Good place for coffee and a croissant or whatever else looks good under the glass counter. A well-designed interior resembling a country cafe somewhere in Normandy, LPQ offers nice lunches and a selection of excellent breads.
I tried 'em all during my time there and LPQ's was by far the best! That and their bread and deserts are simply fabulous. Really enjoyed them. Cool venue, great staff, and if you're at the Hyatt House (we were) they offer a discount as...More
I had a solo breakfast here on Valentine's Day morning and had the best omelet of my life here! Everything was delicious. There was a rose at my table and my server, Robert J, made sure to wish me a happy Valentine's Day and made...More
I went to Le Pain Quotidien for dinner when I was staying at the Hyatt House (which is right next to the restaurant despite what Trip Advisor says the address is). I was with a bunch of coworkers, and we all loved our food. The...More
Why doesn't TripAdvisor correct the address to 8296L Glass Alley? Anyway, this is a great place at the Mosaic District right across from a parking garage and next to the Hyatt Hotel. The menu is quite varied for breakfast, brunch, or lunch, with a number...More
My receipt shows the address as 8296L Glass Alley, Fairfax VA 22031. It's next to Red Apron in the Mosaic District. Good breads, baked goods, coffee and items to go (honey, granola, jellies, etc.). Large seating area with communal tables. Good service, reasonable prices. Can...More