Comfort Inn Arlington Boulevard
6111 Arlington Blvd.
Falls Church, VA 22044
Phone: (703) 534-9100
Fax: (703) 534-5589
6111 Arlington Blvd. , Falls Church, VA, US, 22044
- Phone: (703) 534-9100
- Fax: (703) 534-5589
Bars & Cafes
This restaurant offers an extensive menu of everything from traditional Greek dishes to Italian favorites. Omelets are served any time of the day and items on the menu include pizzas, burgers, sandwiches, subs, gyros, seafood, pastas, lamb, and veal.
Enjoy the finest Irish hospitality in Northern Virginia while at this quaint and charming restaurant which serves a wide array of authentic, traditional Irish specialties daily for lunch and dinner, and also features full bar service with award-winning brews.
Offering friendly service and fantastic food, this has instituted tradtions such as "Turkey Day" once a week and they service fine espressos, cappuccinos, and fresh, flavored roasted coffee.
A great place to meet for lunch, dinner, late night munchies, or a beer, this brewpub offers a variety of special brewpub dishes, complemented by live entertainment on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, a Sunday brunch, four handcrafted specialty beers brewed on site, an array of cigars, and single malt scotches.
With an extensive beer collection of draft beers and bottled ones, and a wonderful array of Italian food cooked over wooden fire, Rustico is an elegant Italian eatery which promises to deliver a memorable dining experience. The service staff is friendly and efficient without being overbearing. The decor is a charmer with its elegant furnishing and beautifully lit lights.
If you are a billiards lover, head to this bar in Arlington. CarPool celebrates billiards and America's automobile culture. Appropriately, CarPool is located in an old gas station and the walls are covered with car parts. This popular parlor has 16 pool tables, four dartboards and a cigar room. Tables are available on a first-come, first-served basis. CarPool offers a variety of microbrews and a limited menu, primarily Barbecued Ribs, chicken and sandwiches. Two patios are open when weather permits.
Pho is the Vietnamese word for soup which is traditionally considered a comfort food. And the 75 in the name comes from the year the Vietnam War ended. At Pho 75 you can enjoy more than 15 varieties of pho, each built from a beef broth base topped with special cuts of steak and brisket. The broth is then ladled in to a regular or very large bowl and served with rice noodles and a plate of vegetable condiments like bean sprouts, hot peppers, slices of lemon and fresh mint. Add them to the soup to taste. As this is an alcohol-free place you'll have to take your pick from some flavored lemonades or special Vietnamese ice-coffee.
Clyde's Restaurant is an obvious feast for your eyes but also provides a literal feast for a hungry tummy. Designed intricately with complete attention to detail, Clyde's registers itself as a stunning venue, overlooking a calm pond full of lively fishes and colorful flowers around it. This restaurant offers traditional American fare and complements it with an eclectic range of beer and wines. Perfect for a romantic night out, Clyde's oozes a very seductive vibe and exudes an old-school charm. Clyde's can host private parties for up to 150 people in its picturesque location. What a way to impress your guests! The service staff is courteous and efficient at the same time.
Egyptian cuisine is much like that of its Middle Eastern neighbors, but give Pasha Cafe a try, and notice the subtle differences. The focus here is on appetizers. They range from the familiar hummus, which comes plain or infused with a variety of fresh herbs to the more exotic, such as the kosa bel zabadi, a creamy zucchini dip. Favorite entrees include tender kebabs of lamb, chicken or fish and moulkia, a traditional Egyptian dish of greens mixed with lamb or chicken.
Jay's Saloon is a stubbornly authentic dive bar in the heart of the trendy Clarendon district, insisting upon friendly service, cheap prices and no-frills fun. Family owned and operated, the bar resides in the ground floor of a two story home. The interior is festooned with accumulated trinkets, stickers, posters and family photos, creating a unique space in which to share cheap pitchers with friends. Along with the full bar, Jay's also boasts a surprisingly extensive menu of decadent American dishes such as fried mac and cheese wedges, grilled Reubens and strip steaks. With live music several nights, this dive bar is one of the last of its kind in Clarendon.
In a mood to be inspired? Step inside the Eventide Restaurant building and you will be witness to a stunning ambiance of high ceilings, royal drapery and antique wood furniture. The restaurant's interiors pull you back into a time of classy dining when eating was not just a chore but an experience in itself. So, gorge on your food with each bite of American ingenuity on your plates, and sip on vintage wines from your shining goblet.
Lyon Hall is a quintessential neighborhood brasserie in Arlington. It features an unrivaled beer list with over 20 drafts on tap and over 50 bottled brews on offer. Enjoy a chilled pint with delectable bar fare. German and French classics dominate the menu with the likes of pretzels and steak frites. A packed house and energetic vibes during their weekend brunch reveals its local favorite status.