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Medina Opens Its Doors in Former Earl’s Ballston Space

The Middle Eastern restaurant Medina has now opened its doors in Ballston.

The eatery first posted signs at the space last month, located at 4215 Fairfax Drive, across from the Ballston Metro station.

The restaurant still doesn’t have an online presence of any kind, but signs promise “shawarma, falafel and beyond” for its menu.

The location was once home to Earl’s Sandwiches, which shuttered back in June. Earl’s still operates a restaurant near Clarendon.

H/t Peter Golkin

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