MALONES OF MANASSAS : Located in the heart of Old Town Manassas, in an historic, renovated post-Civil War Church, Malones has set a new standard for dining and hospitality in the Washington, D.C. metro area. Recent awards include Virginia Living Magazine’s recognition for Best Brunch, Creative Cocktail Menu and American Cuisine. Best of NoVA where Malones was voted as having the Best Bartender, Waiter and American Cuisine. Placement in Northern Virginia Magazine’s 50 Best Restaurants, and Prince William Living Magazine’s article covering Hot Spots for Live Music within Prince William County. Open Tuesday through Sunday. Private Events welcome.
Proudly Featuring Local Artists
Malones is proud to feature the brilliant work of local artists. You can enjoy their work on our walls and visit their websites for more!
Abandoned in Virginia
Artist Rick Martin
Rick has been a life long resident of Manassas, Virginia. His photography interests began in high school in the ’70s. He started photographing weddings in 1973. His photography skills took him to IBM as site photographer in Manassas. While at IBM his assignments were A/V producer, photographer, and 3-D animator. He studied in Hollywood, California at the Sony Institute for location lighting. His credits include the United Way, CNN’s Future Watch, Toyota, Remy Martin, Lord and Taylor, and Time Magazine. His studio features weddings, portraits, commercial, and digital imaging.
Enjoy Rick’s Photography of Abandoned Churches Upstairs in the Church at Malones!
Artist Linda Hendrickson
Linda Hendrickson was offspring to a mother who encouraged creativity from an early age. Nurtured with such joyous enthusiasm, Linda’s curiosity and creative bent only heightened with each passing year. Upon earning Fine Arts and teaching degrees, Linda began sharing this exuberant passion for art and beauty with her own students. Along with teaching, Linda traveled extensively throughout the United States and Europe.
In recent years, Linda has found a satisfying niche in whimsical pet portraiture. Combining her love of animals, nature and color, she explores bold techniques to capture endearing “critter” personalities on canvas. Three of her larger than life pet portraits were recently selected to brighten and warm the walls of the DuPont/Nemours Childrens’ Hospital in Delaware. Like all of her work, and the beloved creatures who inspire them, Linda hopes they bring boundless joy.
You can see Linda’s beautiful “Topsy Turvy” painting of Malones in our dining room downstairs.
Artist Elisa Ortiz
A native Virginian, Elisa brings her creative talents to Malones of Manassas Upstairs in The Church. Her work can be enjoyed by our patrons on the two, large chalk boards which feature seasonal specials, restaurant news and promotions as well as caricatures of staff and local locations.
Elisa attended George Mason University where she studied English with a concentration in film and media studies.
Her career as a Sign Artist began in the fall of 2005, and her work includes black and white photography as well as ink and acrylic paint markers.
Currently residing in the Arlington area Elisa brings her skills, knowledge and talents to The Church at Malones of Manassas.