Casual Eats In Arlington: Best Laid-Back Restaurants

Casual Eats In Arlington: Best Laid-Back Restaurants

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Forget the fuss of a fancy dinner - sometimes it's better to keep it casual. Here are the best trendy and casual Arlington restaurants, perfect for a relaxed meal.

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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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    Pete’s serves up raised-crust (not thin, dammit) pies, the signature style of New England pizzerias. It’s set to open at the end of the month. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    I enjoy Fire Works for a pre or post movie dinner. The salads are very good and the patio is really nice when the weather permits. A reasonably priced menu is also a bonus. Good food and drinks ! -- Kathy Fong via Foursquare
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    Corned beef hash topped with three fried eggs, home fries, a side of Hollandaise, and copious shakes of Tabasco. Where else can you get this at 3 AM? -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    The Sorbillo’s Original, a turnover stuffed with cured meats, ricotta, and tomato sauce, is filling and flavor-packed. Seasonal antipasti are as healthy as they are tasty. -- Washingtonian Magazine via Foursquare
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    Falcon, Phoenix, bandido, anything on a pita with garlic mayo. Pizzas are awesome. Good gluten free crust too. Noms all around. Good beer selection. I HEART LOST DOG. -- Andrea Falletti 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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    Organic ketchup! Local farms! Nice decor. Coffee or orange juice free with breakfast! Simply orange - orange juice. -- Oshi Yoshi 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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    Check out Metro 29 Diner in Arlington, VA, with Guy Fieri, host of Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, for diner classics from French toast to leg of lamb. -- Food Network via Foursquare
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    #Bagels: This Arlington favorite serves up plus-sized bagels that, while a bit on the doughy side, get the job done in a neighborhood lacking in options beyond Cosi and Bruegger's. -- Going Out Guide from PostLocal 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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