Sunday, January 16, 2011

Where Does "The South" Start? On the Southern End of Key Bridge in Arlington, Virginia

This wonderful southern restaurant just opened in Arlington, Va. This is an example of Louisiana and southern cooking moving north. Watch out Yankees if you eat any of those beignets you will be hooked. Not to mention the delicious gumbo.
The link below is to a Washington Post article in today's paper about the disappearance of the word Dixie on stores and other places in Washington, D.C.
But the Dixie Liquor Store hangs on. It has been there for the last 50 years.
Read the comments section in the article below for a vigorous discussion of the never ending debate between North and South in America.

The Dixie Liquor Store in Georgetown, Washington D.C.
Click to enlarge the above photo.

Nice nightime photo of Dixie Liquor Store in Georgetown just at the foot of Key Bridge.