Best Arlington Spots For A Guys' Night Out

Best Arlington Spots For A Guys' Night Out

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From mowing down on a steak to chugging a carefully crafted cocktail, here are the best places for a guys' night out in Arlington.

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    The second burger joint from Chef Spike opens Wednesday in Crystal City. Our faves: Good Stuff Melt, Prez Obama Burger, Colletti's Smokehouse. Get em' all. -- Burger Days via Foursquare
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    Try horseradish-crusted prime rib, porcini-rubbed ribeye, beer-roasted chicken, smoked brisket and, of course, pulled pork. And try their variation on an Old Fashioned with bacon-infused bourbon. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    For a nice easy to drink apple pie shine drink, ask for one of these: 2oz Apple pie shine, 3/4oz Ginger lime syrup, 1/2oz Lemon juice, 1oz Cider, shaken over rocks & topped with club soda! -- KP M. via Foursquare
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    Three meats and three bones is awesome. Cucumber salad, baked beans, mac & cheese or corn bread is always a good choice for a side. They sell dog bones for only a dollar which isn't posted on the me -- Amanda Webb via Foursquare
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    Here they ask for orders in stages to ensure complete customization. Choose a beef, chicken or fish burger and add toppings like mango-black bean salsa, fried egg, and grilled pineapple. Not at once. -- Washington Post via Foursquare
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    Absolutely amazing beer selection. Don't judge this place by the plain exterior. There is an outside seating area with fire pits and regular entertainment. Come check this place out. -- Colin Jevens via Foursquare
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    Yooo the brisket here is amaaaaazingggg and the short rib is sooo worth the price. Also the Brussels sprouts omg I dream of them that's how good they are. -- Crystal Park via Foursquare
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    Yes, there's a belly-filling Dry-Aged Delmonico for under $43, but why play it safe when you can dig into a rich, chewy hanger cut for $20? Finish with a slice of Key lime pie and leave satisfied. -- Food Network via Foursquare
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    Canyon Burger and swapped the fries for the big ol onion rings. Burger was yummy with jack cheese and fried onions strips on a ciabatta bun. Ask for horseradish to dip burger & rings. -- Michelle Hayden Proctor via Foursquare
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    Minimalist Arlington eatery “Ray's To The Third” lets the mouth-watering steak frites do the talking, especially if you get them ultra, ultra rare. Their boozy milkshakes will give you the shakes. -- Thrillist via Foursquare
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