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by ARLnow.com August 11, 2010 at 6:36 am 1,622 13 Comments

Korean Burger Joint Looks To Arlington — Kraze Burger is coming to the D.C. area, and the Korean company has its sights set on Arlington. So far, though, no leases have been signed in the county. More from the Washington Business Journal.

BBC Visits Ray’s Hell Burger — President Obama’s burger summit with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev continues to pay publicity dividends for Ray’s Hell Burger. BBC News recently came calling and got a tour of the über-busy burger joint from owner Michael Landrum.

Meet Ballston’s Twenty-Something Civic Leaders TBD profiles James Schroll, 25, and Conor Marshall, 24 — roommates, recent University of Mary Washington grads, and the newly-elected president and vice president of the Ballston-Virginia Square Civic Association.

Home Sales Volume Falls, Sale Prices Up — The Sun Gazette has the latest real estate stats for July.

Flickr pool photo by BrianMKA

  • lily

    So now we have Korean frozen yogurt and Korean hamburgers. How come there’s no place in Arlington to get Korean-Korean food? Does the kimchi smell violate some kind of zoning rule?

  • Katie

    Seriously. I don’t want a Korean burger.

    Gimme Korean BBQ!

  • Clarendude

    I’d like to see a whole store devoted to different kinds of Kimchi! Or, maybe all fermented vegetables.

  • DontTreadOnMe

    Fairfax has tons of foreign foods for those who want it. Let’s not destroy Arlington too.

    • Clarendude

      Foreign foods ? You mean like Pizza ?

  • Katie

    Do Koreans make cupcakes?

  • LP

    Give me some BonChon in Arlington and I’ll be set!

  • pollosmoky

    Mmm, wish we’d get a Korean taco place like the ones they’ve got in LA – bulgogi to go!

  • pollosmoky

    Woohoo!!!

  • TGEoA

    They should open up next to Wylie Wags.

  • MC

    I’d rather have a Shake Shack.

  • JosephRicks

    what’s a bonchon? .. isn’t cafe asia a mix of all oriental foods? why would we need a korean-korean place when we’ve already got an all-in-one joint; the last thing we need is a bunch of suped up accords and civics zipping up and down our streets.

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