Inca Social expects to start serving modern Peruvian cuisine on Wilson Blvd by December 21, though there will be a free preview this weekend.

The Peruvian restaurant and bar is looking to open its Rosslyn location by late December, co-owner Fito Garcia confirmed to ARLnow. It originally hoped to open in late October, but supply chain issues and a slight miscommunication pushed it by a couple of months.

The free preview will take place this Saturday from 12-4 p.m. on the restaurant’s outdoor patio, featuring tastings, music, dancing, and an appearance from a llama.

Inca Social is moving into the former Kona Bar and Grill space at 1776 Wilson Blvd, which rolled out of Arlington in April 2019.

Garcia is also co-owner of Courthaus Social on Clarendon Blvd in Courthouse, which opened in 2015. He tells ARLnow that they’ve always wanted to bring Inca Social to Arlington.

“I’m a big fan of Arlington and we were looking at multiple spots,” Garcia says. “We are very picky about what we want.”

The 7,600-foot restaurant will serve cocktails, empanadas, ceviche, and other Peruvian favorites. There will also be a focus on Nikkei cuisine, a fusion of Japanese and Peruvian, including sushi and ceviche, that’s becoming popular in Peru, says Garcia.

The menu will differ slightly from the original Vienna, Va. location in that it will highlight more modern cuisine.

“What’s blowing up in Peru is what you are going to find here,” he says.

There will be a large indoor bar with windows that serve the outdoor patio, Garcia notes. The bar will specialize in serving pisco sours.

There will also be a to-go market where customers can purchase a ceviche kit which will include bottles of Inca Social’s leche de tigre marinade, Eater previously reported.

The interior of the restaurant pays homage to Machu Picchu, the 15th-century citadel in the Andes mountains of Peru, and will feature a wall of moss, says Garcia. There may eventually be a projection screen outside, if the owners are successful in obtaining a permit.

The restaurant is currently hiring and recently held an interview open house. Inca Social’s first location near the Dunn-Loring Metro station opened in early 2019.


Racking up millions of views this summer, hit HBO miniseries “The White Lotus” follows a group of travelers vacationing at a Hawaiian resort. As they attempt to escape from their problems, their problems instead confront them in ways they never imagined.

This dark comedy, released on HBO Max in July, features stars such as Connie Britton, Steve Zahn and Jennifer Coolidge with screenwriting and direction from Mike White, of “School of Rock” and “Nacho Libre.” It also includes a familiar face locally, whose fame continues to grow: Arlington’s very own Brittany O’Grady.

O’Grady, 25, is a graduate of Washington-Liberty High School who acted throughout her childhood at Drew Elementary School, Thomas Jefferson Middle School and W-L. She also danced at Arlington Dance Theatre (which has since closed) and Alexandria’s Metropolitan Fine Arts Center. She later performed at regional theaters including Synetic Theater in Crystal City and Ford’s Theatre in D.C., said Monique O’Grady, Brittany’s mother and a member of the Arlington School Board.

Brittany O’Grady, a true triple threat, had her breakout role last year in “Little Voice,” singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles’s Apple TV+ show about her journey as an up-and-coming artist. O’Grady plays the show’s star, Bess, a character loosely based on Bareilles. Before that, she had a supporting role in the Fox series “Star.”

Most recently, she played a woman in love in a music video for “Love Me Now” by Kygo.

In The White Lotus, however, O’Grady’s character explores very different themes of race and privilege. She plays Paula, a college student who has joined her friend’s family on vacation. Although Paula and her friend Olivia (played by Sydney Sweeney) seem like two peas in a pod, their differences come to light as the story progresses.

Olivia comes from a privileged family, headed by the matriarch and high-powered CFO Nicole (played by Connie Britton). The affluent, white family members recognize this but seem unconcerned with the inequity on which they thrive. Paula, who is not white, feels the family needs to be knocked down a peg — though she also benefits from their status, which she doesn’t realize until later in the series.

O’Grady, who is biracial, says this dramatized environment of unchecked privilege was worlds away from her childhood and young adult life in Arlington.

“It was fairly opposite to my upbringing,” said O’Grady. “I loved growing up in Arlington. I am so grateful to the mentors I had when I worked with different companies around the area. I was always challenged. I continue to challenge myself, grow and learn from those around me.”

Being forced into uncomfortable conversations about race and privilege, however, is something she says she’s familiar with.

“I definitely feel like I have experienced circumstances that Paula faced on vacation, like sitting at a table and hearing atrocious, tone-deaf things come out of people’s mouths,” she said, while adding of her drug-using character that “I think we have different hobbies and approach issues differently.”

In the show, Olivia tells her father Mark (played by Steve Zahn) that Paula felt uncomfortable watching the hotel staff — many of whom are native Hawaiian — perform a traditional Hawaiian dance for them at dinner. Mark replies that they shouldn’t feel bad about it because things are the way they are and there’s nothing the family can do about it. Paula is visibly upset by his response.

Paula’s activist spirit is something else O’Grady says she relates to.

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Vienna-based Peruvian restaurant Inca Social is opening a new location in Rosslyn.

The restaurant and bar is coming to the former Kona Grill space at 1776 Wilson Blvd. We’re told the plan is to open sometime this fall.

Inca Social will have a selection of Virginia beers and various pisco cocktails, along with Peruvian food like the octopus-based pulpo anticuchero, according to Eater. The Rosslyn location will also have a sushi-and-ceviche bar, Northern Virginia Magazine reported.

Staff at Inca Social told ARLnow that the plan is for the Arlington location is to open in around two months — or late October — but that no definitive opening date has been set yet. Updates will likely be posted on the restaurant’s Facebook page closer to the opening date.

1600 N. Edgewood Street (via Google Maps)

Throughout June, we highlighted dozens of recently sold properties in Arlington, ranging from “budget buys” to homes sold for well over asking price.

Taking a look back, 234 new listings hit the market in the past four weeks, according to Homesnap. In total, there are more than 750 homes on the market — 497 condos, 213 detached homes and 48 townhomes.

Now, let’s take a look at a few of the most expensive homes sold this past month:

In the market? See properties that have been Just Listed and Just Reduced.

Image via Google Maps


Just Sold: June 24, 2021

This past week, 58 properties were reported sold across Arlington. This included an eight-bedroom new construction home near Crystal City that sold for $2.1 million.

Looking at the big picture, as of June 20, there are 736 homes for sale in Arlington, according to Homesnap. This includes 498 condos, 195 detached homes and 43 townhomes.

“The median list price is $579,950 and the median sales price is $715,300,” Homesnap reports. “There have been 244 new listings in the last 4 weeks and 338 sales.”

Here’s a look at a few of the properties sold in the past seven days:

In the market? See properties that have been Just Listed and Just Reduced.


Morning Notes

Summer School Enrollment Limited — “Despite having offered financial incentives to teachers to teach summer school, there are fewer applicants than the number of students who are eligible for summer instruction at the elementary level, making it impossible for APS to offer summer strengthening support to all eligible elementary students.” [Arlington Public Schools]

Car Driven onto W&OD Trail — “We were riding our triple bike and came across someone who had driven onto the W&OD Trail from Park Rd S… it was rather scary that they barely stopped before we passed by.” [Twitter, YouTube]

New Location for Free Covid Tests — From Arlington County: “Our no-cost, no-appointment mobile COVID-19 testing has moved! It’ll be based in the parking lot of Unitarian Universalist Church (4444 Arlington Blvd) through May 28.” [Twitter]

Dems Prepare for Apartment Outreach — “Voters [in multi-unit buildings] may have tipped the outcome of the 2018 County Board race, in which Democrat Matt de Ferranti ousted independent John Vihstadt… This year, races for local and legislative posts are probably not in much doubt across Arlington. But Democrats are hoping to run up the score in the races for governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general in order to offset Republican strongholds downstate.” [Sun Gazette]

Va. GOP Selects Gov. Nominee — “Former private equity chief Glenn Youngkin became the Republican nominee for Virginia governor Monday night after his closest rival, business executive Pete Snyder, conceded while votes were still being tabulated.” [Washington Post, Associated Press]

D.C. Planning Full Reopening — “D.C. plans to lift a slew of coronavirus capacity restrictions starting May 21, with a full reopening to come in June.” [WTOP, PoPville]

Flickr pool photo by Kevin Wolf


(Updated at 6:40 p.m.) Arlington will be under a Winter Weather Advisory on Wednesday as a storm system brings periods of rain, snow and possibly ice to the immediate D.C. area.

The advisory was Tuesday afternoon and includes Arlington, Alexandria and D.C., where 1-2 inches of snow is expected to fall amid the mix of precipitation.









Arlington County and VDOT crews were applying brine to local roadways today, in anticipation of the winter weather. The county’s real-time snow plow map is expected to be turned on during the snowfall.

With a half-foot or more accumulation expected elsewhere in Northern Virginia, officials are encouraging local residents to stay off the roads if at all possible.

“Virginia State Police is encouraging Virginians to avoid travel if possible during the storm,” spokeswoman Corinne Geller said today.

VSP is “already preparing for the winter weather and will have all available troopers on patrol in order to respond as quickly as possible to traffic crashes, emergencies and disabled motorists,” she said.

Arlington County noted in a press release yesterday that it recently upgraded its snow-clearing equipment.

“In addition to upgrading its entire brine pretreatment mixing, storage (replacement of four 5000-gallon tanks) and loading systems, the County has added two new V-plows and two new extendable plows for better maneuverability on narrow streets, cul-de-sacs and dead ends,” the county said, adding that “Arlington continues to partner with the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality to ensure the safest possible use of road salt while protecting the region’s watershed.”

In all the county has 46 trucks with plows and salt spreaders.

While the prospect of a snow day may be appealing, Arlington Public Schools Superintendent Francisco Durán said today that students should not expect to get a day off.

“Distance Learning will continue for all students during inclement weather events providing there is no interruption in power or network connectivity,” Durán wrote in a message to families today. “In the event schools and facilities need to close due to an inclement weather event, Level 1 students attending school in-person would temporarily revert to Distance Learning. Distance Learning will follow the normal schedule during inclement weather.”

The school system announced Tuesday evening that buildings will indeed be closed for in-person learning on Wednesday.

More on the storm from the Capital Weather Gang:


While Virginia’s reopening continues, not everyone wants to dine indoors at restaurants.

Just today, Texas closed bars and reduced restaurant capacity to stem a recent surge in new coronavirus cases. For those who want to get out of the house and support local restaurants, however, outdoor dining is generally considered to be safe.

ARLnow’s Turquoise Jackson compiled the following list of Arlington restaurants with outdoor dining areas over the past week. Have any additions or updates? Email her at [email protected].

Ambar Clarendon (2901 Wilson Boulevard, 703-875-9663)
30 seats

Arlington Kabob (5046 Lee Highway, 703-531-1498)
4 tables

Arlington Rooftop Bar and Grill (2424 Wilson Boulevard, 703-528-3030)
Outdoor capacity unknown

Asia Bistro (1301 S. Joyce Street #D7, 703-413-2002)
20+ tables

Barley Mac (1600 Wilson Boulevard, 571-800-3070)
Outdoor capacity unknown

Basic Burger (1101 S. Joyce Street, 703-248-9333)
6 tables

Bonchon (2201 N. Pershing Drive Suite E, 703-528-1011)
6 tables

Bonsai Grill (553 23rd Street S., 703-553-7723)
Outdoor capacity unknown

Bozzelli’s (2600 Crystal Drive, 571-970-4570)
7 seats

Bracket Room (1210 N. Garfield Street, 703-276-7337)
6 tables

Bronson Bierhall (4100 Fairfax Drive #100, 703-528-1110)
19 tables

Burger District (2024 Wilson Boulevard, 703-527-2160)
Outdoor capacity unknown

Carlyle (4000 Campbell Avenue, 703-931-0777)
11 tables

Celtic House (2500 Columbia Pike, 703-746-9644)
8 tables

Chasin’ Tails (2200 N. Westmoreland Street, 703-538-2565)
Outdoor capacity unknown

CIRCA at Clarendon (3010 Clarendon Boulevard, 703-522-3010)
20 tables

Copa Kitchen & Bar (4238 Wilson Boulevard Suite 150, 571-483-0324)
11 tables

Courthaus Social (2300 Clarendon Boulevard, 703-243-4900)
Outdoor capacity unknown

Courthouse Kabob (2045 Wilson Boulevard, 703-294-9999)
4 tables

Cowboy Cafe (4792 Lee Highway, 703-243-8010)
25 seats

Crystal City Sports Pub (529 23rd Street S., 703-521-8910)
Outdoor capacity unknown

Delhi Dhaba (2424 Wilson Boulevard, 703-524-0008)
8 tables

Don Tito (3165 Wilson Boulevard, 703-566-3113)
Outdoor capacity unknown

Dudley’s Sport and Ale (2766 S. Arlington Mill Drive, 571-312-2304)
8 tables

Essy’s Carriage House (4030 Lee Highway, 703-525-7899)
18 tables

Euro Market (2201 Wilson Boulevard, 703-351-7700)
3 tables

Federico Ristorante Italiano (519 23rd Street S., 703-486-0519)
4 tables

Fire Works Pizza (2350 Clarendon Boulevard, 703-527-8700)
Outdoor capacity unknown

Freddie’s Beach Bar & Restaurant (555 23rd Street S., 703-685-0555)
10 tables

Good Company Doughnuts & Cafe (672 N. Glebe Road, 703-243-3000)
6 tables

Grand Cru Wine Bar and Bistro (4301 Wilson Boulevard, 703-243-7900)
20 tables

Green Pig Bistro (1025 N. Fillmore Street, 703-888-1920)
Outdoor capacity unknown

Ireland’s Four Courts (2051 Wilson Boulevard,703-525-3600)
Outdoor capacity unknown

Jaleo (2250 A Crystal Drive, 703-413-8181)
12 tables

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(Updated at 10:40 p.m.) A number of peaceful marches against racism and in support of Black Lives Matter are planned in Arlington through Sunday.

The first will be taking place from 5-7 p.m. today (Thursday), marching from the county parking lot in Courthouse to Clarendon to demand justice for George Floyd “and those who have been directly affected by systemic racism.” Some county offices are closing early due to expected crowds.

Another is planned Friday evening, in memory of Breonna Taylor, who was fatally shot by Louisville, Kentucky police officers in March.

Demonstrators will march from Bob & Edith’s Diner on Columbia Pike to the county courthouse, starting at 6 p.m., according to social media posts.

The third march is planned Saturday from noon-5 p.m. and is expected to be a “large scale event.” The march will go from Courthouse to the White House, via Rosslyn and the Lincoln and MLK memorials in D.C.

From an event page on social media:

Arlingtonians are coming together to stand in solidarity in a peaceful protest against racial oppression.

We will convene at the Arlington Courthouse at noon on Saturday, June 6 and march together past the Iwo Jima Memorial and across the Memorial Bridge to the Lincoln Memorial and the Martin Luther King Memorial. From there, we will march up to Lafayette Park to join peaceful protests demanding meaningful and urgent reforms for racial justice.

All are welcome and loved. Bring a mask and join us!

The local branch of the NAACP will be participating, the group said in a statement. The marching will be preceded by a rally from noon-1 p.m. in front of county government headquarters at 2100 Clarendon Blvd.

“Elected officials and members from the Arlington Branch NAACP, community activists, and elected leaders will be in attendance,” the organization said. “This is expected to be a large scale event and expect 250-500 attendees.”

County Board members Christian Dorsey and Libby Garvey, along with 1776 co-founder Evan Burfield, are listed a co-hosts on the Facebook event page for the Saturday march.

ARLINGTON MARCH FOR BLACK LIVESI know many of you have been moved by the events of the past few weeks and the need to…

Posted by Evan Burfield on Thursday, June 4, 2020

Prior to the rally, a march from the Columbia Pike Branch Library to Ballston and then Courthouse is planned, starting at 10 a.m. at Welburn Square in Ballston, marchers will pause “to say the names of those who have lost their lives at the hands of police brutality and hold space to reflect as a community.”

On Sunday, another protest march is planned from 5-7 p.m., starting at Green Valley Pharmacy (2415 Shirlington Road). The march will “support #BlackLivesMatter as well as gun violence awareness.”


What’s Next with Nicole is a biweekly opinion column. The views expressed are solely the author’s.

(Updated at 10:25 a.m.) This year has certainly not been normal. Between the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, and the disproportionate impact that COVID-19 has had on black and brown communities in our country, we continue to need to dig deep and to understand the why, to reflect, and to do better.

I watched the split screen of President Trump advocating the usage of our military against protesters across the country in his Rose Garden address, with another screen showing Arlington County Police on the front lines advancing against peaceful protesters prior to curfew in D.C. I was dismayed and broken-hearted. This was so inconsistent with the images I had been seeing of ACPD helping to block traffic and handing out water to peaceful protesters.

Thankfully, Arlington’s leadership quickly responded and acknowledged the problem. They took decisive and immediate action, and have vowed to re-evaluate the agreement that led to this situation to ensure our policing efforts better reflect the values of our community.

Changing course in inherently flawed systems isn’t easy, but it is necessary. This step was necessary and in a time that many leaders are unable to see a problem in their system, own it, and fix it we are lucky to have leadership with the willingness to do so. This applause though is not for a mission accomplished. This is just the beginning of a larger conversation.

First, we should continue our community conversation about policing. We need to support the national NAACP in their push for:

  1. A ban on the use of knee holds and chokeholds as an acceptable practice for police officers.
  2. Clear rules on the escalation for the Use of Force Continuum.
  3. A ban on shielding from the public officer misconduct information and disciplinary histories in each state’s Open Records Act and denial of recertification credentials for police officers if it is determined that their use of deadly force was unwarranted by federal guidelines.
  4. Implementation of Citizen’s Review Boards in municipalities to hold police departments accountable and build public confidence. Arlington NAACP also supports this and states that over 70 communities across the country, including Fairfax, already have one.

Additionally, we should continue our conversation about economic inequalities and building black wealth. When looking for a black-owned business for dinner this weekend I ran into a wall. After crowdsourcing on Arlington Neighbors Helping Each Other Through COVID-19, I found four Arlington black-owned restaurants where I could order dinner, six if I included one coffee shop and an ice cream store.

We must also continue our conversation about diversity within our state representation. Currently, of our seven state delegation members, all are white with the exception of one person of color. Our Human Rights Commission is currently the only commission or working group with a black person or person of color as chair (starting next month that will change with new leadership that includes people that are both black and other people of color).

Furthermore, we should continue our conversation about racial health inequalities now during COVID-19, as well as during less tumultuous times. How do we make sure black and brown people are not dying at disproportionate rates in our community?

Finally, we must continue this conversation about race and white privilege, on every front in our community: from policy to policing, to zoning, healthcare, to school boundaries, small businesses. So many of us are asking what we can do. We can listen, we can ask why, we can do better — we can actively work for change.

Nicole Merlene is an Arlington native and former candidate for Virginia State Senate. She has served as a leader in the community on the boards of the Arlington County Civic Federation and North Rosslyn Civic Association, as an Arlington Economic Development commissioner, in neighborhood transportation planning groups, and as a civic liaison to the Rosslyn Business Improvement District.


Tired of making lunch and dinner? Luckily, many of Arlington’s restaurants are still open and ready to serve you via takeout and delivery.

Support a local business during a trying time and get some tasty food. This list is designed to let you call or order online with one tap.

A very special thank you to Arlington Community Federal Credit Union for sponsoring this feature. See anything that needs to be added or changed? Email ARLnow’s Turquoise Jackson at [email protected].

*Asterisk indicates restaurants only open for takeout

(3924 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 202-558-7549 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats | Caviar

Aabee Express (1101 S. Joyce Street Unit B27)
Menu | 703-888-2858 | Doordash | Uber Eats

Abi Aztec Grill & Bar (3005 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-979-3579 | Doordash | Grubhub | Postmates

Acme Pie Co. (2803 Columbia Pike)*
Menu | 703-647-9548

Aladdin Sweets and Tandoor (5169 Lee Highway)
Menu | 703-533-0077 | Grubhub | Uber Eats | Postmates

All About Burger (3325 Wilson Boulevard/4238 Wilson Boulevard Suite 1276)
Menu | 703-636-2577/571-444-4050 | Uber Eats | Postmates

Allspice Catering (6017 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-524-4050 | In-House | Doordash

Ambar Clarendon (2901 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-875-9663 | In-House | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Amore Congelato (1201 S. Joyce Street)
Menu | 571-483-0891 | Doordash | Uber Eats

Arlington Kabob (5046 Lee Highway)
Menu | 703-531-1498 | Grubhub

Aroma Indian Cuisine (4052 Campbell Avenue)
Menu | 703-575-8800 | In-House | Doordash | Postmates

Arrowine & Cheese (4508 Lee Highway)*
Menu | 703-525-0990

Asahi (2250 Clarendon Boulevard Suite G)
Menu | 703-243-7007 | Doordash | Uber Eats

Asia Bistro (1301 S. Joyce Street #D7)
Menu | 703-413-2002 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats | Postmates

Athena Pallas (556 22nd Street S.)*
Menu | 703-521-3870

Atilla’s Restaurant (2705 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-920-4900 | Doordash | Grubhub

Bakeshop (1025 N. Fillmore Street G)
Now closed (temporary)

Bangkok 54 Restaurant & Bar (2919 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-521-4070 | In-House

Bar Bao (3100 Clarendon Boulevard)
Menu | 703-600-0500 | Doordash | Postmates

Barley Mac (1600 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 571-800-3070 | Doordash | Grubhub | Postmates

Basic Burger (1101 S. Joyce Street)
Menu | 703-248-9333 | Doordash | Grubhub | Caviar

Best Buns Bread Co. (4010 Campbell Avenue)
Menu | 703-578-1500 | In-House

BiBiMix (1910 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-387-0131 | Doordash | Grubhub | Postmates | Uber Eats

Big Buns Damn Good Burger Co. (4251 Campbell Avenue/4401 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-933-2867/703-276-3032 | Doordash | Grubhub

Bob & Edith’s Diner (2310 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-920-6103 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Bonchon (2201 N. Pershing Drive Suite E)
Menu | 703-528-1011 | Doordash

Bonefish Grill (1101 S. Joyce Street B26)
Menu | 703-412-2837 | Doordash | Uber Eats

Bonsai Grill (553 23rd Street S.)*
Menu | 703-553-7723

Boru Ramen (2915 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-521-2811 | In-House

Bozzelli’s (2600 Crystal Drive)
Menu | 571-970-4570 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Bread & Water Co. (1202 S. Joyce Street)
Menu | 703-567-6698 | In-House

Bricks Pizza (4809 1st Street N.)
Menu | 703-243-6600 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats | Postmates

Bronson Bierhall (4100 Fairfax Drive #100)
Menu | 703-528-1110 | Doordash | Grubhub

Bronx Pizza (3100 Clarendon Boulevard #5)
Menu | 703-812-0833 | In-House

Brooklyn Bagel Bakery (2055 Wilson Boulevard)*
Menu | 703-243-4442 |

Bun’d Up (1201 S. Joyce Street)
Menu | 571-312-4908 | Caviar

Burger 7 (2515 Lee Highway)
Menu | 703-516-7060 | Doordash |Grubhub | Uber Eats

Burger District (2024 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-527-2160 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Burrito Bros (2599 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-302-3999| Doordash | Postmates

Busboys And Poets (4251 Campbell Avenue)
Menu | 703-379-9757 | Grubhub | Postmates

Buuz Thai Eatery (1926 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-875-3998 | Grubhub | Postmates | Caviar

Cafe Sazon (4704 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-566-1686 | Grubhub

Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop (1500 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-566-1686 | Grubhub | Postmates | Caviar

Carlyle (4000 Campbell Avenue)
Menu | 703-931-0777 | In-House

Caspi Restaurant and Lounge (2901 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-566-4173 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

CAVA (4121 Wilson Boulevard)*
Menu | 703-310-6791

Charga Grill (5151 Lee Highway)
Menu | 703-988-6063 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats | Postmates

Cheesetique (4024 Campbell Avenue)
Menu | 703-933-8787 | Doordash

Chicago’s Pizza With A Twist (5645 Lee Highway)
Menu | 571-347-1700 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats | Postmates

Chill Zone Cafe (2442 N. Harrison Street)*
Menu | 703-270-9466

CIRCA at Clarendon (3010 Clarendon Boulevard)*
Menu | 703-522-3010

City Kabob & Curry House (3205 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 571-257-8816 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Compass Coffee (1201 Wilson Boulevard/4100 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 202-251-7402 | Doordash

Copperwood Tavern (4021 Campbell Avenue)
Menu | 703-552-8010 | Grubhub

Courthaus Social (2300 Clarendon Boulevard)
Menu | 703-243-4900 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Courthouse Kabob (2045 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-294-9999 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Cowboy Cafe (4792 Lee Highway)
Menu | 703-243-8010 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats | Postmates

Crystal City Sports Pub (529 23rd Street S.)
Menu | 703-521-8910 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats | In-House

Crystal Thai Restaurant (4819 1st Street)
Menu | 703-522-1311 | Grubhub

DAK Chicken (4040 Campbell Avenue)
Menu | 571-982-5862 | In-House

Dama Ethiopian Restaurant & Pastry (1505 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 571-982-5862 | Doordash

Delhi Club (1135 N. Highland Street)*
Menu | 703-527-5666

Delhi Dhaba (2424 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-524-0008 | Doordash | Grubhub | Postmates | Uber Eats

Deli Italiano Gourmet Pizza and Subs (6505 29th Street N.)
Menu | 703-300-9578 | Doordash | Grubhub | Postmates

District Taco (1500 Wilson Boulevard/5723 Lee Highway)
Menu | 571-290-6854/703-237-1204 | In-House | Postmates | Caviar

Earl’s Sandwiches (2605 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-248-0150 | Doordash

East West Grill (2721 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-312-4888 | Grubhub | Uber Eats | Postmates

El Fuego (2300 N. Pershing Drive)
Menu | 703-888-1265 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

El Paso Cafe (4235 N. Pershing Drive)
Menu | 703-243-9811 | Uber Eats

El Pollo Rico (932 N. Kenmore Street)
Menu | 703-522-3220 | In-House

El Rancho Migueleno (3709 Columbia Pike #1
Menu | 571-858-5395 | Grubhub

Elevation Burger (2447 N. Harrison Street)
Menu | 703-534-2302 | In-House

Enjera Restaurant (549 23rd Street S.)
Menu | 703-271-6040 | Grubhub

Epic Smokehouse (1330 S. Fern Street)*
Menu | 571-319-4001

Essy’s Carriage House Restaurant (4030 Lee Highway)*
Menu | 703-525-2207

Euro Market (2201 Wilson Boulevard)*
Menu | 703-351-7700

Extreme Pizza (3444 Fairfax Drive)
Menu | 571-777-1088 | In-House

Federico Ristorante Italiano (519 23rd Street S.)
Menu | 703-486-0519 | Doordash

Fettoosh (5100 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-527-7710 | Postmates

Fillmore Pizza (5175 Lee Highway)
Menu | 703-532-9010 | Doordash | Grubhub

Fire Works Pizza (2350 Clarendon Boulevard)
Menu | 703-527-8700 | Doordash | Grubhub

First Down Sports Bar & Grill (4213 Fairfax Drive)
Menu | 703-465-8888 | Doordash

Four Sisters Grill (3035 Clarendon Boulevard)
Menu | 703-243-9020 | Postmates

Fyve Restaurant (1250 S. Hayes Street #5000)*
Menu | 703-412-2762

Gaijin Ramen Shop (3800 Lee Highway)
Menu | 703-566-9236 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats | Postmates

Galaxy Hut (2711 Wilson Boulevard)*
Menu | 703-525-8646

Good Company Doughnuts & Cafe (672 N. Glebe Road)
Menu | 703-243-3000 | Grubhub | Uber Eats | Caviar

Good Fortune Chinese Restaurant (3209 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-920-8891 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Goody’s Pizza (3125 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-243-7992 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Grand Cru Wine Bar and Bistro (4301 Wilson Boulevard #100)
Menu | 703-243-7900 | Grubhub

Guajillo Mexican Cuisine (1727 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-807-0840 | Doordash | Uber Eats

Guapo’s (4028 Campbell Avenue)
Menu | 703-671-1701 | Doordash

Hanabi Ramen (3024 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-351-1275 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Heidelberg Pastry Shoppe (2150 N. Culpeper Street)
Menu | 703-527-8394 | Postmates

Hot Lola’s (4238 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-807-0044 | Doordash | Grubhub | Caviar | Uber Eats

I-CE-NY (4150 Campbell Avenue #1010)
Menu | 571-207-6318 | Doordash

Il Radicchio (1801 Clarendon Boulevard)
Menu | 703-276-2627 | Doordash | Postmates

Ireland’s Four Courts (2051 Wilson Boulevard)*
Menu | 703-525-3600

Istanbul Grill (4617 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 571-970-5828 | Doordash | Postmates

Jarochita (85 N. Glebe Road)*
Menu | 703-528-2789

Joe’s Place Pizza & Pasta (5555 Lee Highway)
Menu | 703-532-0990 | Doordash | Grubhub

Kabob Bazaar (3133 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-522-8999 | Doordash | Postmates

Kabob Palace (2315 S. Eads Street)
Menu | 703-486-3535 | Doordash

Kings Of Koshary (5515 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 571-317-7925 | Doordash | Postmates

La Cote D’or Cafe (6876 Lee Highway)
Menu | 703-538-3033 | In-House

La Finca Mexican Restaurant (3227 Washington Boulevard)
Menu | 703-243-5500 | Doordash

La Union Restaurant (5517 Wilson Boulevard)*
Menu | 703-522-0134

LEBTAV – Lebanese Taverna (4000 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-997-4190 | Doordash | Grubhub

Liberty Tavern (3195 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-465-9360 | Doordash |

Living the Pie Life (2166 N. Glebe Road)*
Menu | 571-431-7727

Lost Dog Cafe (5876 Washington Boulevard/2920 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-237-1552/703-553-7770 | In-House | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats | Postmates

Mario’s Pizza House (3322 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-525-0222 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats | Postmates

Masala Express (2622A N. Pershing Drive)
Menu | 703-647-9079 | Doordash | Grubhub

Maya Bistro (5649 Lee Highway)
Menu | 703-533-7800 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

McDonalds (40 N. Glebe Road)
Menu | 703-243-5694 | Uber Eats

McNamara’s Pub & Restaurant (567 23rd Street S.)
Menu | 703-302-3760 | In-House

Medium Rare (3601 Fairfax Frive)
Menu | 703-243-2020 | Doordash | Grubhub | Postmates

Mejana (2300 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-465-4440 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats | Postmates

Mele Bistro (1723 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-522-5222 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats | Postmates

Meridian Pint (6035 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-300-9655 | Doordash | Grubhub

Mexicali Blues (2933 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-812-9352 | Doordash | Uber Eats

Mike’s Cafe (900 N. Stuart Street #102)*
Menu | 703-312-7371

Moby Dick House of Kabob (3000 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-465-1600 | Doordash | Grubhub | Postmates

Mom’s Pizza Restaurant (3255 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-920-7789 | Doordash

Mrs. Chen’s Kitchen (3101 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-920-3199 | Grubhub

Namaste Everest (1202 S. Joyce Street #c003)
Menu | 703-567-4322 | Doordash | Grubhub

Nando’s Peri Peri (4401 Wilson Boulevard/1301 S. Joyce Street #D10/1800 N. Lynn Street #100)
Menu | 703-888-5459/571-858-9953/571-200-7909

Northside Social (3211 Wilson Boulevard)*
Menu | 703-465-0145

Oby Lee (3000 N. Washington Boulevard)*
Menu | 571-257-5054

Old Dominion Pizza (4514 Lee Highway)
Menu | 703-718-6372 | In-House

Olive Express Mediterranean Cafe (1100 N. Glebe Road)
Now closed (temporary)

Open Road (1201 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-248-0760 | In-House

Osteria da Nino (2900 S. Quincy Street)
Menu | 703-820-1128

Paisano’s Pizza (2201 N. Pershing Drive)
Menu | 703-528-1000 | Doordash

Pamplona (3100 Clarendon Boulevard)
Menu | 703-685-9950 | Doordash | Uber Eats

Panda Bowl (3207 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-271-9881 | Doordash

Pastries By Randolph (4500 Lee Highway)*
Menu | 703-243-0070

Peking Pavilion (2912 N. Sycamore Street)
Menu | 703-237-6868 | Doordash | Grubhub

Peter Chang (2503E N. Harrison Street)
Menu | 703-538-6688 | Doordash

Pho 75 (1201 Wilson Boulevard)*
Menu | 703-525-7355

pie-tanza (2503 N. Harrison Street)*
Menu | 703-237-0200

Pike Bolivian Restaurant (4111 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-521-3010 | Doordash

Portabellos (2109 N. Pollard Street)
Menu | 703-528-1557 | Doordash

Pupatella (1621 S. Walter Reed Drive)*
Menu | 703-647-9076 | Square

Quarterdeck (1200 Fort Myer Drive)
Menu | 703-528-2722 | Postmates

Quinn’s On The Corner (1776 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-640-3566 | Doordash | Grubhub | Postmates

Ragtime (1345 N. Courthouse)
Menu | 703-243-4003 | Uber Eats

Rappahannock Coffee (2406 Columbia Pike)*
Menu | 703-271-0007

Ravi Chatkhara (303 N. Glebe Road)*
Menu | 703-522-0786

Rebellion On The Pike (2900 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-664-0297 | Grubhub

Rhodeside Grill (1836 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-243-0145 | Uber Eats

Ricky’s Pub & Grill (237 N. Glebe Road)
Menu | 703-243-7400 | Doordash | Grubhub

Rincome Thai Cuisine (3030 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-979-0144 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats | Caviar

Robeks Fresh Juice and Smoothies (4115 Campbell Avenue)*
Menu | 703-379-5640

Rocklands Barbeque & Grilling Company (3471 Washington Boulevard)
Menu | 703-528-9663 | Grubhub

Rus Uz (1000 N. Randolph Street #3a)
Menu | 571-312-4086 | In-House

Rustico (4075 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 571-384-1820 | Doordash

Ruth’s Chris Steak House (2231 Crystal Drive 11th Floor)
Menu | 703-979-7275 | Postmates

Saigon (1101 S. Joyce Street #B16)
Menu | 703-412-0822 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Salt (1201 Wilson Boulevard G113)*
Menu | 703-875-0491

Samual Beckett’s Irish Gastro Pub (2800 S. Randolph Street #110)
Menu | 703-379-0122

Sawatdee Thai Restaurant (2250 Clarendon Boulevard)
Menu | 703-527-5858 | In-House

Screwtop Wine Bar (1025 N. Fillmore Street)
Menu | 703-888-0845 | In-House

Sense of Place Cafe (4807 1st Street N.)
Menu | 571-319-0414 | Uber Eats

SER Restaurant (1110 N. Glebe Road)
Menu | 703-746-9822 | Doordash | Grubhub | Postmates | Uber Eats

Sicilian Pizza (923 S. Walter Reed Drive)
Menu | 703-920-9110 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Silver Diner (3200 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-812-8600 | Doordash | Postmates | Uber Eats

Sine (1301 S. Joyce Street)
Menu | 703-415-4420 | Doordash

Sloppy Mama’s BBQ (5731 Lee Highway)*
Menu | 703-269-2718

Smoothie King (1101 S. Joyce Street Suite B9)
Menu | 703-414-7832 | Doordash

Sofia’s Pupuseria (3610 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 571-483-0487 | Doordash

South Block (3011 N. 11th Street/4150 Wilson Boulevard/1550 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-465-8423 | Uber Eats

Spider Kelly’s (3181 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-312-8888 | Doordash | Grubhub

Spirits of 76 (3211 Washington Boulevard)
Menu | 703-528-7676 | Doordash | Grubhub

Spring Mill Bread Co. (2201 N. Pershing Drive)*
Menu | 571-970-0418

Stone Hot Pizza (3217 Washington Boulevard)
Menu | 571-290-0171 | Doordash | Grubhub | Postmates | Uber Eats

Summers Restaurant (1520 N. Courthouse Road)*
Menu | 703-528-8278

Sushi Rock (1900 Clarendon Boulevard)
Menu | 571-312-8027 | Doordash | Grubhub

Sushi Zen (2457 N. Harrison Street)
Menu | 703-534-6000 | Doordash | Uber Eats

Sushi2Go (901 N. Stuart Street #117)
Menu | 703-243-4000 | Postmates

T.H.A.I. in Shirlington (4029 Campbell Avenue)
Menu | 703-931-3203 | Doordash

Taco Pina (4041 Campbell Avenue)
Menu | 703-567-4747 | Grubhub

Taco Rock (1501 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 571-970-5365 | Doordash

Takohachi Japanese Restaurant (3249 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 571-312-7678 | Doordash | Grubhub

Taqueria el Poblano (2503A N. Harrison Street/2401 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-237-8250/703-271-8979

Tasteful Delight Chinese Cafe (1301 S. Joyce Street 3D23)
Menu | 703-418-9898 | Postmates

Ted’s Bulletin (4238 Wilson Boulevard)*
Menu | 703-848-7580

Texas Jack’s Barbecue (2761 Washington Boulevard)
Menu | 703-875-0477 | Uber Eats

Thai Curry (307 N. Glebe Road)
Menu | 703-524-0711 | Grubhub

Thai Noy (5880 Washington Boulevard)*
Menu | 703-534-7474

Thai Select (1713 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-567-7527 | Doordash | Grubhub

Thai Square (3217 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-685-7189 | In-House | Doordash | Grubhub

Thai Treasure (3811 Fairfax Drive #105)
Menu | 571-312-7795 | Uber Eats | Postmates

The Big Cheese Food Truck*
Menu | 703-855-6987

The Board Room (925 N. Garfield Street)*
Menu | 703-248-9439

The Brew Shop (2004 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-746-9001 | In-House

The Broiler (3601 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-920-5944 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

The Burger Joint (3129 Lee Highway)
Menu | 703-812-4705 | Doordash | Uber Eats

The Celtic House Irish Pub & Restaurant (2500 Columbia Pike)*
Menu | 703-746-9644

The Cheesecake Factory (2900 Clarendon Boulevard)
Menu | 703-294-9966 | Doordash

The Italian Store (5837 Washington Boulevard/3123 Lee Highway)
Menu | 571-341-1080/703-528-6266

The Little Beet (1800 North Lynn Street)
Menu | 703-310-6711 | Grubhub

The Perfect Pita (2200 Clarendon Boulevard/1681 Crystal Square Arcade (No Delivery)/1735 N. Lynn Street)
Menu | 703-527-1511/703-418-6656/703-522-7482 | Uber Eats | Postmates

The Portofino Restaurant (526 23rd Street S.)
Menu | 703-979-8200 | Doordash | Uber Eats

The Renegade (3601 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-468-4652 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

The Simple Greek (1731 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-875-1800 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats | Postmates

This is Fine Coffee (2607 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-812-0389 | In-House

Three Whistles (2719 Wilson Boulevard)*
Menu | 703-879-3353

TNR Cafe (2049 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 571-217-0766 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Tom Yum District (1515 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-528-8424 | Doordash | Grubhub

Top’s China (2520 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 703-486-8277 | Doordash | Uber Eats

Tortas Y Tacos La Chiquita (2911 Columbia Pike)
Menu | 571-970-2824 | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Troys Italian Kitchen (2701 B Washington Boulevard)
Menu | 703-528-2828 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats | Postmates

TTT Mexican Diner (2900 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-888-1528 | Doordash | Postmates | Uber Eats

Tupelo Honey (1515 N. Troy Street)
Menu | 703-253-8140 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Two Chefs Pizza (5019 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-525-6889 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Urban Tandoor (801 N. Quincy Street)
Menu | 703-567-1432 | Doordash | Grubhub | Postmates

Village Sweet Bakery (5872 Washington Boulevard)*
Menu | 703-237-2700

We, The Pizza (4201 Wilson Boulevard)
Menu | 703-269-2222 | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Whitlow’s on Wilson (2854 Wilson Boulevard)*
Menu | 703-276-9693

William Jeffrey’s Tavern (2301 Columbia Pike Suite 101)
Menu | 703-746-6334 | Uber Eats

Yayla Bistro (2201 N. Westmoreland Street)
Menu | 703-533-5600 | In-House | Doordash | Grubhub | Uber Eats

Yogi Castle (4014 Campbell Avenue
Menu | 571-3030-0011 | Doordash | Uber Eats

Yume Sushi (2121 N. Westmoreland Street)
Menu | 703-269-5064 | Doordash | Postmates

Zoup (4401 N. Fairfax Drive)
Menu | 703-340-3355 | Doordash


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