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Steak and seafood spot opens in Old Town Fairfax

A new steak and seafood spot opened its doors this month in Old Town Fairfax.

Draper’s Steak & Seafood opened at 3936 Old Lee Highway last Wednesday (May 11).

The Fairfax City Economic Development Authority lauded the business when they officially opened after a soft opening a week earlier.

“Go see the magic yourself! Cheers to Draper’s future success and lasting partnership,” the authority wrote in a social media post.

The restaurant offers items like traditional steaks with a variety of cuts, lobster, salmon, rockfish, and puttanesca.

The business is open Tuesday through Thursday from 4-10 p.m. and Friday through Saturday from 4-11 p.m. The restaurant is closed Sunday and Monday.

Draper’s Steak & Seafood did not immediately return a request for comment from FFXnow. It’s established by the Parry Restaurant Group, which is behind other restaurants like Duke’s Diner and 23rd & Main.

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