Local Eats: Merrifield Food Finds You Need To Know

Local Eats: Merrifield Food Finds You Need To Know

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Sometimes it seems like the same group of restaurants get all the love. Well, that ends today. If you delve a little deeper into the food scene in Merrifield, you’re bound to unearth plenty of hidden hot spots.

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    Food is from local farms and this is no ordinary diner. Bison Juevos Rancheros was out of this world. Staff is awesome. -- Richard Revilla via Foursquare
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    They grill their prime rib after braising it! Surprisingly it's really good for a chain restaurant! -- Sebastian Oveysi via Foursquare
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    Get the brussel sprouts and the mac and cheese as your sides, then eat them together. It's probably the only way you should ever eat brussel sprouts for the rest of your life. -- Kyle Sweeney via Foursquare
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    Rosemary, garlic beef-fat fries are addictive. We had to place a 2nd order -- Christina Hagopian via Foursquare
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    The atmosphere is nice. It a place I would hang out with friends after work. The outside patio is great and fun. As for the menu I had the 50/50 burger is a must try and the rest just ok -- Guillermo Aguilera via Foursquare
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    Have been lookin forward to trying this place. excited they were open until 10.. Till we got there @ 9:20 to find out that they were closin early. There was no sign on the door to inform customers... -- Kaiti Jones via Foursquare
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    Most depressing taco place I've ever been to, and I've witnessed South of the Border. Tortillas/chips weren't fully baked, meat was cold, guacamole was browning. Also mischarged me $8+!! -- pickle the cat via Foursquare
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    the rolls they give you are soooo good. best salads too. -- Leah Arnold via Foursquare
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    Fish tacos. Also, spicy habanero salsa upon request, and totally worth it. -- Benjamin Banner via Foursquare
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    Delicious hibachi grilled food. -- Monica Smith via Foursquare
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    The 149-item menu has many good entry points, but we like to start with the shrimp toast—airy baguette halves slathered in shrimp paste and deep-fried to a crisp —or a round of spring rolls. -- Washingtonian Magazine via Foursquare
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    If you dislike Pepsi products, they Dr. Pepper by the bottle and Mug Root Beer -- Nancy Seeger via Foursquare
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