Ciao Clients in the News
We are proud of our restaurant point-of-sale clients. Check out what the media has said about them.
Light Horse: A Perfect Fit in Old Town The Washington Post | June 5, 2009
"Only a true history buff would name his restaurant after Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee, Revolutionary War hero and father of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. Downstairs for date night or upstairs for game night, the Light Horse is a classic neighborhood hangout. The appetizers alone could satisfy any late-night craving."
First Look: Eventide Washingtonian.com | May 2009
"The crowds are flocking to the three-level restaurant for atmosphere that pairs rustic terra-cotta walls with black-crystal-studded chandeliers, floor-to-ceiling velvet drapes, and a baroque-patterned carpet. It’s romantic and hip without being trendy."
Restaurant Spotlight: Dogwood Tavern Falls Church News Press | May 22, 2008
"Dogwood Tavern celebrates the Commonwealth of Virginia, from the décor to the menu. Historical items from all over Virginia decorate the dark, wood-paneled walls of Dogwood Tavern, including some from Falls Church itself. Pictures of Virginia-born presidents, old maps and photographs line the walls. The menu proudly notes Virginia-native foods, wines and beers."
Lost Dog's Pizza Won't Lead You Astray The Washington Post | November 14, 2008
"The people behind the Lost Dog took a tried, true and delicious concept and made it their own. In a cool, inviting setting, perfect for a meal with friends, the restaurant would lead any lost dog home."