Known for its hot dogs, the Vienna eatery (120 Maple Avenue E.) will offer $1.99 hot dogs and turn them into chili dogs for an additional $0.20, according to a press release.
Diners can choose from contact-free curbside pick-up, limited indoor seating and outdoor seating under a tent in the parking lot.
“Our younger customers like them plain or with just ketchup, but the majority come in for the famous Chili Cheese Dog complete with cheese, chili, mustard, and onion otherwise known as ‘loaded,'” owner Marty Volk said in the press release.
The Vienna Inn was selling more than 10,000 hot dogs a month before the pandemic hit, but then pivoted to offering kits for people to make their own chili dogs, the press release said.
“They have been very popular with our regulars and include everything you need to create your own Chili Dog at home,” Volk said.
Photo via Vienna Inn/Twitter
Fairfax County will use an estimated $10 million in COVID-19 relief money for another major grant program aimed at helping community partners keep their doors open. The Board of Supervisors…
1st Stage Theatre in Tysons has unveiled its 2021-2022 season lineup. 1st Stage is reopening its doors to patrons in August for the first time since the venue at 1524…
Recently sold properties this week include a $3.6 million six-bedroom McLean home with a 4,000-square-foot saltwater pool.
(Updated at 11:30 a.m.) Face masks are now required when students are inside Fairfax County Public School buildings, regardless of an individual’s vaccination status, the school district announced this morning…