Arlington Restaurant Week starts next week, with 40 eateries across the county participating.
Organized by the Arlington Chamber of Commerce, the fourth annual event will run this year from Monday, October 17 through Monday, October 24. The Chamber held its first restaurant week in 2019 and it has continued for the last several years, even through the pandemic, with restaurants providing to-go options. Once again, Amazon is a major sponsor of the event.
As of now, 40 restaurants are participating this year but more could be added in the coming days.
What separates Arlington’s restaurant week from others across the region is that all restaurants in the county are given the opportunity to participate in their own way, Arlington Chamber of Commerce President Kate Bates tells ARLnow.
“Arlington Restaurant Week was deliberately designed in a format that allows restaurants to set their own price points and menus. This gives every restaurant an opportunity to participate, from fast-casual to fine dining,” Bates wrote. “This is important because all of our local restaurants need support as the industry faces staffing shortages, increased food costs, and supply chain issues. Our diverse restaurant industry is part of what makes Arlington a great community, and we need to support our restaurants this week and always, to help them thrive.”
The list of participating restaurants includes:
- Ballston Local
- Banditos Tacos & Tequila
- Barley Mac
- Bayou Bakery
- Bronson Bierhall
- Buena Vida
- The Celtic House Irish Pub & Restaurant
- The Commentary
- Fog Point
- Good Company
- Heidelberg Pastry Shoppe
- Inca Social
- La Côte d’Or Café
- Lebanese Taverna
- Maison Cheryl
- Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls
- Mattie & Eddie’s Irish Bar and Restaurant
- Mussel Bar & Grille
- P.F. Changs
- Punch Bowl Social
- Queen’s Mother’s
- The Renegade
- Rocklands Barbeque and Grilling Company
- Salt Line
- SER Restaurant
- Spice Kraft Indian Bistro
- Stellina Pizzeria
- Sushi Zen
- Thai Select
- Yayla Bistro
- Yume Sushi
A map of the restaurants is below.
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