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Arlington Market Beer & Wine
1144 N Stuart St, Arlington, VA 22201
Located on the corner of Stuart Street and Washington Boulevard, Arlington Market Beer & Wine offers basicMore convenience-store grocery items. Where the store really excels, though, is in it selection of ice cold beer from around the country and around the world, available in kegs, cans or bottles. There's also ice cream for the kids, and a variety of household items and lottery tickets.
Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery
4238 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22203
Located at the Ballston Common Mall, Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery offers a wide variety of dishes from typicalMore bar fare to grilled seafood and steak dinners. The restaurant opened in 1999 to serve its home-brewed selection of beer. Seasonal beers are available, but you can always find certain ones on the menu, including Mother Martha's Kolsch, El Jefe Hefeweizen, Radio Towers Red and even Ballston Brown. Servers can make recommendations based on your meal. Burgers are the restaurant's best seller.
Cafe Tirolo
4001 Fairfax Dr, Arlington, VA 22203
Cafe Tirolo has been in Arlington for over 10 years and has amassed several awards in that time including the covetedMore "Best Bargain Restaurant." It has indoor and outdoor seating. The menu is a mix of American, German and Italian. It has lunch specials throughout the week and will half-size any portion for your child. Cafe Tirolo also offers beer and wine.
4223 Fairfax Dr, Arlington, VA 22203
7-Eleven is conveniently located on Fairfax Drive directly across from the Ballston Metro Station. It carries all theMore standard expected items from a 7-Eleven: coffee, soda, beer, ice, cigarettes, newspapers and hot food. Stop by to enjoy one of its famous Slurpees.
Zoe's Kitchen
4245 N Fairfax Dr, Arlington, VA 22203
Zoe's Kitchen is a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant chain serving lunch and dinner. The menu features soups,More salads, hummus, pitas, sandwiches, dinner entrees, a kids' menu and desserts. A selection of domestic and imported beer and wine is available. Zoe's Kitchen also provides catering for parties and other social events. 
Marvelous Market
888 N Quincy St, Arlington, VA 22203
Located at the intersection of 9th Street and North Quincy, Marvelous Market sells a variety of baked goods, fineMore cheeses, salads, sandwiches, even sushi. It also has a selection of wines and beers. The deli and coffee shop areas offers free WiFi.  
Grand Cru Wine Bar & Euro Cafe
4401 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22203

Ask yourself two questions right now: Do you have fine wine taste on a bad beer budget? Do you live in or around theMore Arlington area?

If the answer to both of these questions is "yes," then stop reading this right now and see this place for yourself. The warm and extremely knowledgable staff will answer any and all questions as they guide you through the extensive (and constantly changing) collection of foreign and domestic wines. Don't be afraid to bring your non-wine drinking friends as Grand Cru boasts more than 40 beers from around the world and a full lunch/dinner pairing menu. The atmosphere has an old, warm (yet not-too-formal) feel, making it very conducive to sitting back with friends and sharing a bottle... or two. This is a great place to bring out-of-town visitors. Wine enthusists, you may now throw your corkscrews in the air with glee.

3503 Fairfax Dr, Arlington, VA 22201
Conveniently located on Farifax Avenue, 7-Eleven has everything you need to start your morning, make it through your dayMore or end your evening. The store is fully stocked with coffee, pastries, beer, soda and snacks. In addition, it sells hot items such as hot dogs and buffalo hot wings. You can also find cigarettes, lottery tickets, ice and movies. While you're there, why not try one of it's famous Slurpees? There's an ATM machine on site, and the store is open 24 hours.
Tivoli Gourmet & Pastry
901 N Stuart St, Arlington, VA 22203
Tivoli Gourmet & Pastry might look humble and plain on the outside, but you will see a fair amount of customersMore coming and going. If you can get past the door, you'll see what the hubub is about. There is a surprisingly good beer and wine selection, a full deli and a massive case stocking pastries with origins from around the world. Come see what it's all about, and don't forget to try the bubble tea.
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