Row 1

2761 Washington Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201
(703) 778-5051
American, Winery, Breakfast
$ $ $
Mon–Thu: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM Sun: 10:00 AM–2:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • An open kitchen and a stone waterfall are the focal points of the room; terra-cotta walls and dim lighting lend a cozy feel. Service has been spot-onattentive and friendly but not hovering.
  • Mimosa carafe = drinkable
  • "The kitchen keeps a hearty lamb ragout light, but still indulgent, with smooth and soft house-made fettuccine, weaving through chunks of tender lamb..." - November 2012 Issue
  • I like having waiters with a bachelor's degree.
  • The chicken and waffles with braised greens is a good brunch item!
  • Very good wine selection & if hanging out @ the bar, start with a half glass or two until you decide which one you'd like to enjoy
  • Special order the Wimbledon.
  • The Goat Cheese Gnudi is fantastic. The sommelier made an excellent recommendation.
  • We had a mainly vegetarian party and while there isn't a huge diversity, each item we ordered was excellent, down to the bread and butter. Other favorites were the beets, the salad, and corn fritters
  • Would you travel from Arlington to Atlanta just for breakfast? You might if the talent behind Tallula was cooking. And they are! Join them at Atlanta Food & Wine Festival May 29 June 1.
  • Bloody Mary carafe = Drinkable #Horseradish
  • Large by-the-glass wine selection, better than average pricing. Half glass 1/2 of full glass price..
  • Best Fried Green Tomatoes I've EVER had. Also, Nutella donuts for dessert. Didn't even order them, they were just brought to the table. Nice touch.
  • Pan-seared grouper rides a raft of pungent mustard greens across a sea of creamy black-eyed peas and smoked ham-studded risotto. - November 2011 issue
  • the sour dough french toast has a delicious sweetness to it and the apple butter gave it an excellent bit of flavor to set it apart from a traditional dish.
  • Try the hanger steak, bit ask to substitute the turnips and baby carrots for beech mushrooms and potato latke. It was amazingly good! Accompany with a French merlot and finish the evening with cheese.
  • Way too expensive for the quality of food.