Worth The Splurge Restaurants In Arlington

Worth The Splurge Restaurants In Arlington

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Go ahead and blow your paycheck - these decadent spots in Arlington are worth it.

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    Not only great, tasty food but also friendly staff, lovely atmosphere and great experience -- Samar Hamdan via Foursquare
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    When reserving, ask for a table close to the window so you can have breathtaking views of DC, Potomac and/or National Airport. -- stanton C 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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    Best sangria (red) I've ever had. Better than most Spanish joints (the establishment type) even. -- Mark A. via Foursquare
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    Chain- Not traditional Lebanese cuisine. Good food with an American spin. Large portions, Some items suffocated in sauce. Enjoyed the Bethesda location the best -- Karen L. via Foursquare
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    Try the French onion soup, soft pretzels & any of the sausages, perhaps w/ a side of spaetzle. The beer menu features a lot of Belgians, plus four different beer flight options. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Liam LaCivita's restaurant serves up American cuisine with an occasional Eastern European flair, due to the chef's Pittsburgh roots (hence a take on the Primanti Bros. sandwich). [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Jaleo hour is a bargain! Only had 2 tapas plates & 1 dessert & came out pleasantly full. The dessert was amazing- caramalised bread,brioche ice cream and chocolate flan, perfect combo of salty&sweet! -- Erika via Foursquare
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    Order a by-the-pound option and customize it in more than a dozen different ways. You can choose from barely noticeable mild to N’awlins hot: -- Tasting Table via Foursquare
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    DJs spin prehistoric power-chord anthems from 3 decades ago while you chow down on designer dishes like the “Pink Floyd” or the “Light My Fire”. Soon you can expect Karaoke to be part of this place. -- AskMen 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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