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Starbucks Coffee
5748 Union Mill Rd, Clifton, VA 20124
Located in the Fairfax Station, this Starbucks Coffee is a popular shop. With free Wi-Fi available, customers can surfMore the web while enjoying a cup of coffee. This location is open seven days a week.
Panera Bread
5774 Union Mill Rd, Clifton, VA 20124
Panera Bread is a chain bakery and cafe. It specializes in coffee, pastries, homemade soup, salads and sandwiches.More There is outside seating available and Panera is open every day.
Clifton Cafe
7144 Main St, Clifton, VA 20124

The Clifton Café is a customer favorite for its gourmet coffee, delicious baked goodies and quiet,More conversation-friendly atmosphere. It is located in the Weaver House, a bright blue cottage across the street from the Heart in Hand Restaurant. The cozy atmosphere was created by owner Erin Tengesdal, who launched the Clifton Café in 2009. Erin and her staff greet customers with bright smiles and offer terrific service.

When the café first opened, the menu concentrated primarily on coffee and breakfast foods. Now you can order an incredible array of crepes, sandwiches, and soups. You can design your own crepe if you want to be innovative or select from a mouthwatering list of "custom creations." These include Erin's Eclectic Berry Crepe, made with fresh berries, whipped cream and powdered sugar; Hannah's Denver with ham, cheese, tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, and green peppers; and Silva's Savory Chicken, which has chicken, cheese, guacamole, and salsa. 

The menu also includes more than 32 made-to-order crepes and sandwiches. Don't forget all the cookies, bagels, croissants, muffins that drew customers to the cafe originally, as well as its new vegetarian specialties.

The Kids Corner menu features snow cones, smoothies, hot chocolate, and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.

The coffee and tea selections are as varied as the food menu. The black coffee is delicious, robust and aromatic. Espresso Specialties include lattes, cappuccinos and macchiatos with a range of flavorings. Chai, tea and café au lait, as well as many tasty iced beverages, round out the choices.

The Clifton Cafe is a small town, homegrown business. Like Clifton itself, it is quaint and cutting edge at the same time. The ambience is charming, and customers are welcomed like neighbors and friends.  

Dunkin' Donuts
10633 Braddock Rd, Fairfax, VA 22032
The look of pure satisfaction in the photo speaks for itself, but, needless to say, the University Mall Dunkin' DonutsMore is great. Service was on par with any Dunkin' Donuts, especially considering there is only one afternoon employee (the store is very busy in the morning, unsurprisingly, and very slow in afternoons). Cleanliness of the kitchen area and seating area are superb. Free wi-fi is available courtesy of the nearby Saxbys Coffee location. 
Saxby's Coffee
10637 Braddock Rd, Fairfax, VA 22032
Free wifi, a friendly staff, soft-serve frozen yogurt, and a comfortable, clean atmosphere: This Saxby's is hard toMore beat. The menu at Saxby's includes various lattes, mochas and macchiatos as well as sweet snacks, breakfast food, wraps, and the like. The yogurt is particularly good, if expensive. This coffeeshop is frequented by students attending nearby George Mason University, but it is rarely overly busy, making it a good place to get caffeinated and get some work done.
McDonald's
10645 Braddock Rd, Fairfax, VA 22032
This McDonald's open until 2am, making it a defacto crucial after-hours option for local students and other creatures ofMore the night. Located in University Mall near Brion's Grill and Fat Tuesday's, this McDonald's is extremely large, so even when it's busy it can be possible to get some solitude and space. McDonald's thrives by cateering to the changing fancies of the American consumer; the fast food giant's menu is now rich with salads, fruit, specialty coffees, wraps and $1 menu options. This Micky D's provides two televisions generally tuned to CNN and often there are complimentary copies of the Washington Post left behind in a designated rack designed to delight area readers.
Exxon Corp
8965 Village Shops Dr, Fairfax Station, VA 22039
Fairfax Station Exxon is a conveniently located gas station for residents of the Fairfax Station area. Only one mileMore from Ox Road and just over 2 miles from I-95, it sells gasoline at 8 pumps. The Exxon Shop also offers snacks, candy bars, chips, cookies, pastries, cigarettes and other tobacco products, sodas, fresh Green Mountain coffee, oil and other car needs and will soon sell alcoholic beverages. Store manager Julian says "What keeps this store so busy is both the convenient location and our comittment to fast, freindly service."
Sovereign Grace Church
5200 Ox Rd, Fairfax, VA 22030

This vast, contemporary church starts things up on Sunday mornings with a polished sacred rock concert by a sharpMore seven-piece band. After the praise songs, worshippers, clad in a wide array of casual wear, learn about the gospel with the help of an energetic, charismatic sermon. A selection of SGC sermons can be heard here. Services last for around two hours. SGC is a self-denominated church.

The church hosts a highly welcoming coffee hour to great guests and also houses a Christian book store with an excellent selection. Sovereign Grace Church is an offshoot of Sovereign Grace Ministries, which is based in Gaithersburg, Maryland, and is a product of a charismatic Christian movement which has been active in the area for decades.