Every person leaves an imprint here at Maple. We can't help but rub our butts together in the tight space daily. There is a heart shaped drawing "Musselman + BJ" on the side of a soda fridge (two straight guys, by the way). And Jeremy, who once came to work without pants. Now his picture is on kitchen wall. Then a story about Eric, who used to look at a wine glass and it would break on its own. It wasn't his shaky hands, of course... Love and miss all of you guys!
On November 30th we kicked off our newHappy Hour with a blast. Featuring 6$ small plates tapas style, 4$ beers, 5$ wines and 6$ sangrias, join us for late boozy lunch, or early dinner Monday through Friday, from 2 to 5. Happy Hour menu.
Our New Reservations System
Excited to announce our partnership with Resy, an alternative reservations system. Coming from a co-founder of eater.com it's a fast growing company, which provides more functionality to a customer and restaurant friendly interface. Starting mid December reservations will be available through our website or through Resy app on Android and iOS.
We are closed December 25th to get some rest and spend time with families.On 24th we will be featuring a la carte menu with festive small, main and dessert specials.
On New Years Eve we are offering a prix fixe menu for 59$. Starting with amouse bouche, including a small, main and dessert and finishing with petits fours.
By Stefanie Gans / Photography by Rey Lopez & Jonathan Timmes of Northern Virginia Magazine "Earlier this year Tim Ma sold Maple Ave Restaurant to his former employees Juste Zidelyte, now the executive chef, and Ricardo Teves, server-turned-GM. Ma, still an investor, relinquished culinary control, though fans of the 30-seat Vienna restaurant can still find many of the signature dishes: creme fraiche wings, shrimp and grits with blueberry sausage and scallops with coconut risotto and basil ice cream. Zidelyte will keep the modern American, globally influenced menu as she taps ingredients from her native Lithuania (currants, beets, mushrooms) and offers Argentine empanadas as a nod to Teves’ homeland.[...] Ma might not be there anymore, but Maple Ave is still beating."
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