Stops on your Walk to Old Town Fairfax

Eleven Oaks is less than a mile away from the shops and restaurants of Old Town Fairfax, just a 15 minute walk down George Mason Drive and University Boulevard. So grab a coffee, head out for a walk and explore the area. Here are some of the places you’ll hit on your walk to Old Town Fairfax.

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My Vegan Baker
Order from this bakery on Courthouse Drive for vegan muffins, cupcakes and other desserts. Need gluten free? No problem. Everything here is made to order.

Second Chance 1 Thrift Shop
Take a minute to browse for collectibles, antiques and other treasures in the shop located in an old house off Chain Bridge Road. All proceeds go to the Humane Society of Fairfax County for medical care and other needs for rescued animals. You can also help by donating household items, toys, books and clean clothing.

Red Hot & Blue
Grab a bite at Red Hot & Blue on Chain Bridge Road, a local favorite featuring the perfect combination of Memphis-style barbeque and great blues music. The menu includes award-winning ribs, wings, and the best burger in Northern Virginia according to an online poll in June 2015.

Hard Times Cafe
Want to catch a Nats, Redskins or Caps game? Stop by Hard Times Cafe on Chain Bridge Road for chili, wings, burgers, nachos, ribs and more while you watch one of their many flat screen HDTVs.

Fairfax City Bike Trails
Fairfax County offers over 500 miles of trail, and the Fairfax City Bike Trail is just steps away off of Breckenridge Lane. Hop on your bike and tour the city’s seemingly endless bike trails.