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Wednesday, June 18, 2008

12 Arlington Bargain Restaurants


Looking for a great, affordable place to eat in Arlington?

Look no further than these 12 restaurants, all named one of the 100 best bargain restuarants by Washingtonian magazine.



  • Bangkok 54 - "a serious kitchen that prizes big flavors and loves to play with textures"

  • Café Pizzaiolo, Crystal City - "the crispness of the crusts lends itself to takeout"

  • Delhi Club, Clarendon - "best for Indian-food fanciers who like it hot"

  • Eat Bar - "attracts Clarendon's young and trendy"

  • Eleventh Street Lounge - "best for cozy dates . . . [and] late-night nibbles”)

  • El Pike/Pike Pizza - one of the area's best places to experience Bolivian cooking

  • El Pollo Rico - "you're here for the Peruvian-style chicken, one bite of which will grab your attention"

  • Guajillo - "generous plates of robust Mexican cooking"

  • Minh's - "vast catalog of dishes from North and South Vietnam executed with authenticity and sophistication"

  • Pho 75 - "the area's best, most nourishing fast food"

  • Ravi Kabob I and II - "these tiny Pakistani cafés . . . are in a class by themselves"

  • Thai Square - "'the focus is cooking, which pumps new life into familiar dishes"

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6 Comments:

Anonymous Emily said...

Thanks for the shout out, Eric!

1:12 PM

 
Anonymous Emily said...

Also, as an FYI, our entire Cheap Eats package will be online on Monday!

1:59 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have an awesome blog...I've linked yours to the one we have for Arlington Village. I think you have a great resource!!! Keep up the good work.

1:58 AM

 
Blogger Eric said...

Thanks for the compliment! What's the address of the Arlnigton Village blog?

4:01 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.arlingtonvillage.blogspot.com

8:32 PM

 
Anonymous jay -- Arlington condos said...

I can't believe Hard Times Cafe is not on the list. It's the BEST hamburger in Northern Virginia I've ever had for only $6. and the chili rox!

jay

1:35 AM

 

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