16 "Arlington" Restaurants in Washington DC.
Super Pollo is a reliable cheap eats option in Arlington with excellent Peruvian chicken.
Texas Jack’s in Arlington is a bit fancier and more buttoned up than your typical BBQ joint, but the food is very good.
Northside Social is a coffee shop by day and a wine bar at night. If you live in Arlington, it will come in handy at least once a week.
Most of the Chinese food in Arlington is sub-par. Peter Chang is the exception.
Screwtop is a wine bar that doesn’t suck in Clarendon. Use it for an early date, or to convince your parents your taste has matured.
A meal at Green Pig Bistro will be meat heavy and very good. Bring a big group and sit at the communal table.
Mussel Bar is a go-to when your parents are in town. Grab a seat on the patio if it’s nice out.
Yona is a ramen spot in Arlington that plays Biggie and works for a date or dinner with a friend.
In the middle of Clarendon, Cava Mezze is a solid spot for a Mediterranean group dinner or brunch.
Liberty Tavern is Clarendon’s utility restaurant - use the American spot for dates, dinner with the parents, or a meal at the bar.
The massive subs and pizza by the slice at The Italian Store will make your Arlington lunch breaks a lot better.
Pupatella doesn’t look like much from the outside, but it’s serving the best pizza in Arlington.