Situated in one of the most coveted living and commercial areas in the US, this Art Deco-inspired roadhouse stands atop a bluff above the crossroads connecting Washington, DC and Northern Virginia. Not only is it a visual spectacle unto itself, it was one of the most ambitious builds Clyde’s history.
With four dining rooms, two kitchens and balconies overlooking live palm trees, our Tysons Corner property set a new standard for Clyde’s. From it’s first day in operation, it has drawn a huge crowd of international and residential visitors including: business people and shoppers to nearby families and Wolf Trap audiences. With décor and furnishings that invite guests to dine amidst the glory days of Art Deco, the only thing that might top the menu is the atmosphere.
Palm Terrace fountain
This hand-sculpted fountain was produced in 1939 by George Stanley, the artist known for designing the Oscar statue and the famed stone figures on the Hollywood Bowl.