DRP Belle Haven
1401 Belle Haven Road
Alexandria, Virginia 22307
703 - 765 - 5300
Saturday & Sunday: 10:30am - 3pm
Monday – Friday: 11:30am - 5pm
Saturday & Sunday: 3pm - 5pm
Monday - Thursday: 5pm - 10pm
Friday & Saturday: 5pm – 11pm
Sunday: 5pm – 9pm
CUSTARD SHACK (APRIL)
FRIDAY - SUNDAY: 5PM - 9PM
Located on-site, our 1000 square foot garden provides over 60% of our salad mixes, contributes to most of our specials that we run, and provides our staff the affinity for weeding and love for our insect friends. Our garden provides a great back drop to our patio and provides a lovely atmosphere for any outdoor private dining. Please contact our restaurant and ask for our events manager for further details.
Have a party coming up?
Our catering team can help with as much or as little as you need.
You heard right! DRP Belle Haven is featuring a specific brewery and delicious tacos EVERY Tuesday! Each week, we will roll out a new brewery for your (and, frankly, our) pleasure! Accompanying this brewery will be fantastic tacos, each of which will be delicately crafted, delivered with lightning speed…. and we assume devoured upon arrival.
Originally, the Three Notch’d Road was a colonial-era thoroughfare running east and west through central Virginia. It is believed to have taken its name from a distinctive marking of three notches burnt or axed into trees to blaze the trail. As legend has it, the road was made famous by Jack Jouett’s midnight ride to Charlottesville, VA. in June of 1781. After General Benedict Arnold defected to the British, he sacked Richmond and caused a number of our founding fathers, including then Governor Thomas Jefferson, to seek refuge at Jefferson’s home, Monticello, in Charlottesville, VA. Learning of this, General Cornwallis ordered Banastre Tarleton to ride to Charlottesville and capture the group. Captain Jack Jouett of the Virginia Military heard the sound of Tarleton’s cavalry from his Louisa County home just 40 miles from Charlottesville. Upon witnessing the cavalry pause for an extended rest, he raced the moon-lit Three Notch’d Road to Monticello to warn the Governor and his state legislators to flee Charlottesville. Recognizing their debt to Jouett, the legislature passed a resolution on June 15, 1781 to honor him, and “Jack Jouett’s Ride” became a legendary portion of Virginia’s history.
As for the beers!!
Luch-ious, brewed with lush cupcakes with hints of maple and pecans with small chocolate undertones.
Fandom of the Hopera, toasted caramel right off the bat withmild fruits such as cherries and currants,
Minute Man, flavorful and juicy with light fruits to compliment with mando and melon for a brief second,
Black & Goldings, Smooth and rich with the essence of chocolate and a sugar sweetness for balance.
We will see you on Tuesday the 15th!!