There are a ton of great Fairfax bars open until 5 am, but which ones are worth visiting? We've reviewed Chopt, Sorella, and Tony Senehi's through modern-day software. Read on to learn more. Then, get ready to party. I hope you have a great time! Have you ever been to one of these places? Let us know if we've missed anything! And remember to drink responsibly!

Sorella

The Sorella in Fairfax, California, serves fresh Italian with a northern influence. Dishes at Sorella include butternut squash ravioli, cippino, and Pollo alla Sorella. Sorella also features a giant wheel of Grana Padano cheese. The space was previously home to Fairfax Cyclery, but was recently converted into a dining and drinking space. Its menu features both traditional Italian cuisine and some new twists on old favorites.

The town is located in Central Marin, four miles west of Highway 101 and eighteen miles north of San Francisco. Its hilly terrain shields the city from Mount Tamalpais, and its western location means that Fairfax enjoys more sunshine. The city has a temperate climate, with summers averaging 80 degrees and winters of 40. It gets 47.5 inches of rainfall per year. It is also home to a number of other restaurants, such as Sorella Caffe, which offers cozy ambiance.

Tony Senehi's restaurant

This restaurant opened eight years ago in downtown Fairfax, and is part of the Barefoot Cafe group. Owner and chef Tony Senehi personally inspects each dish before it leaves the kitchen. He'll even stop by your table to check on how everything is coming along. While he may be a friendly and affable guy, he's an unrepentant tyrant when it comes to the quality of his food.

Chopt

A fast-casual salad bar is expanding its presence in Fairfax City, Virginia. Chopt, which specializes in bowls and salads, recently signed a lease at the Pickett Shopping Center. The Center, built in 1967, was purchased by Combined Properties in 2019. It is located in the 10th wealthiest county in the U.S., and is expected to attract more than 3 million visitors each month.

In addition to the new location in Fairfax, Chopt is expanding its current business model. Its restaurants are undergoing remodeling, and it is planning to expand its business to include a larger menu. The company is offering customers a chance to win free food for a year. A recent campaign was launched by Fairfax Mayor Jim Kenney to raise money for the business. Chopt will continue to provide excellent value for money, so it is well worth the trip.

Tony Senehi's

There are many reasons why a person might want to visit the Tony Senehi's Fairfax, California, restaurants. The chef's focus is on fresh California cuisine made from sustainable, organic ingredients. The brunch at this restaurant is well-known, and both locals and tourists flock to it for the brunch menu. Northern Italian fare, prepared by chef Paul Fradelizio, is also offered. You can also enjoy a wine-by-the-barrel program. As of January 2019, this Fairfax restaurant is closed due to a fire in its kitchen, but that is not a reason to skip it.

The Auld Shebeen

When you're bar in Fairfax CA, be sure to visit The Auld Shebeen. This Irish pub is a popular hangout for local students. Its multi-roomed design, including a basement dance floor, allows you to have a great time while you're there. Live Irish music is regularly featured, and the atmosphere is a fun mix of Irish, American, and Canadian cultures.

The Auld Shebeen is located in Fairfax, Virginia, 20 miles from Washington DC and Tysons Corner. It features traditional Irish cuisine and a full bar. The Irish owners, Dominic Keane and Mick Boyle opened the bar in 2004. They enjoy being part of the Fairfax community and are sure to pop in on any given day. The Auld Shebeen also offers a traditional Irish breakfast.