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Popular Restaurants in Arlington (Virginia)

If you're a first time visitor to Arlington (Virginia), you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Arlington (Virginia).

What are some good restaurants in Arlington (Virginia)?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Arlington (Virginia).

National Gallery of Art
4th St NW Washington, DC

(202) 737-4215
Mitsitam Cafe
950 Independence Ave SW Washington, DC

(202) 633-1000
Founding Farmers
1924 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington, DC

(202) 822-8783
Rose's Luxury
717 8th St SE Washington, DC
Ben's Chili Bowl
1213 U Street Northwest Washington, DC

(202) 667-0909
Lyon Hall
3100 Washington Blvd Arlington, VA
2761 Washington Blvd Arlington, VA
Water & Wall Restaurant
3811 North Fairfax Drive Arlington, VA

(703) 294-4949
El Pollo Rico
932 N Kenmore St Arlington, VA

(703) 522-3220
Ray's The Steaks
1725 Wilson Blvd Arlington, VA

(703) 841-7297
Ray's Hell Burger
1713 N Wilson Blvd Arlington, VA

(703) 481-0001
El Chilango
14th Street North Arlington, VA

(571) 236-0355
Me Jana
Arlington, VA

(703) 465-4440
Brooklyn Bagel Bakery
2055 Wilson Boulevard Arlington, VA

(703) 243-4442
Rosslyn Coffee and Deli
1101 Wilson Boulevard Arlington, VA

(703) 522-5387


Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"If you have extra time, go to National Air and Space Museum or the National Gallery of Art."  See More

"And Mitsitam Cafe located in National Museum of the American Indian serves Native foods found in the Western Hemisphere."  See More

"Rose's Luxury - both an experience and a delicious meal, but you need to get in line early to get a seating, but that will give you time to wander Capitol Hill"  See More

"A dog or 2 at Ben's Chili Bowl is a must, and if you're into exotic culinary adventures, then DC is known for its Ethiopian food (Dukem is my go-to Ethiopian spot)."  See More

"Also, they have an extensive drink menu but if you don't see a thing you like choose dealers choice and they will craft something specially for you :) I also really like Lyon Hall in ClarendonVA or EatBar in the same area."  See More

"If you have time, head to Chef Tim Ma's Water & Wall Restaurant or maple ave restaurant - because honestly, a lot of great food here is in the 'burbs."  See More

"If you're willing to take a train a little outside the city, El Pollo Rico is super cheap and has a very simple menu - rotisserie chicken and fries - but they're the best darn chicken and fries you'll ever eat."  See More

Where can I find out more about Arlington (Virginia)?

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