Located on the main level of the Ballston Common Mall just above the food court, Panera Bread offers a great…More selection of bakery items, sandwiches, and soups. It's also a favorite of locals for its hazelnut coffee and large variety of bagels.
Sandwiches and soups here are inspired by Mediterranean, Mexican, Asian, and American cuisines. "You Pick Two" gives customers the opportunity to make two selections among its sandwiches, soups and salads. Panera Bread also offers free WiFi for its customers.
Fabian's 4238 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA22203 Fabian's is located in the Ballston Common Mall food court, on the lower level. This restaurant features Mexican and…More South American food, with a menu consisting of appetizers, soups, salads and mix-and-match platters, which are made to order. A few of the items, such as the burritos and enchiladas, come with a vegetarian option.
Zoe's Kitchen 4245 N Fairfax Dr, Arlington, VA22203 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.
Ballston Cafe 4601 Fairfax Dr, Arlington, VA22203 Ballston Cafe is located on Fairfax Drive inside an office building on the lobby level. It's a classic cafe with an…More American menu. Offering only breakfast and lunch it has items like chicken salad sandwiches, flounder fish subs, egg salad sandwiches and grilled chicken wraps. It has an extensive salad bar and soups are also available.
Located between North Fairfax Drive and Wilson Blvd on North Quincy Street, Sichuan Wok offers an extensive menu of…More Chinese dishes. Dine-in or order take-out and enjoy great service.
Start with an appetizer of steamed meat dumplings or egg drop soup, then share a variety of dishes from Beef & Scallops and Hunan Twin.
Lunch specials are available between 10:30am t0 3pm, Monday through Friday.
Randolph Deli & Grocery 4001 9th St N, Arlington, VA22203 Randolph Deli & Grocery is located on North 9th Street in Ballston about 2 blocks from the Ballston Metro Station.…More This deli and grocery is stocked with many grocery items including beer, wine, ice, toilet paper, cereal and bread. The deli side of the store features a menu of breakfast items, subs and hoagies, burgers and gyros, soups and salads. There is only one table inside the deli so most people carry-out. Catering is available and the workers speak French and Spanish.
This Quizno;s Subs location has been serving the Ballston area since 2001. You'll find this store just a block from…More Ballston Common Mall. It offers a variety of tasty toasted subs, soups, and salads. Local favorites include the Mesquite Chicken and the California Club.
Quizno's also offers free delivery for catering orders within walking distance of its location. It caters heavily to local businesses with box lunches and its delicious sandwich platters.
Cosi is conveniently located on N. Fairfax Drive, directly across the street from the Ballston metro station. Cosi…More prepares all its items fresh in-store every day, including its bagels and breads. Cosi's menu consists of breakfast items such as quiche lorraine, spinach florentine and a basic Cosi oatmeal. The lunch and dinner menus have a wide range of sandwich items, melts, soups, salads and pizzas. This location is special as it has a bar serving alcoholic beverages, so grab a beer with your dinner.
Need something catered? Call at least 24 hours in advance and have your office party or dinner party menu prepared fresh and delivered with the Cosi touch.
Temple Lounge has an absurdly large menu for an establishment which labels itself as a "lounge." Then again, one…More third of all of those items are some form of sushi. The other two thirds are a mishmash of cuisine from around the Orient: Pad Thai, Duck Kapow, Num Tok, Wonton soup, Yakitori... the list goes on. As for the "lounge" element; the decor is part Asian-minimalist, part conventional western club with a lot of red. Let's put it this way: you'd half-expect to see Westley Snipes and Sean Connery grilling Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa at a corner of the bar.
Happy hour is from 4:30pm - 7:30pm and be sure to ask about the many drink specials.
First Down Sports Bar & Grill is new to Arlington and conveniently located directly across the street from the…More Ballston metro station. The owner's family has been in the restaurant business for more than 15 years and opened First Down in March of 2009. It is a classic sports bar with the menu to prove it -- burgers, onion rings, and buffalo wings featuring its "bring the heat" flavor sauces. It also has wraps, chicken sandwiches, pizza, soups and salads.
There's a lot to do at this bar: poker night, trivia night and all you can eat wings night. With a party room in the back, feel free to call your friends and make use of it. Watch March Madness, the World Series or the World Cup on any of its 20 TVs. First Down also caters.
In 1983, when Nord Brue and Mike Dressell started Bruegger's Bagel Bakery, bagels were considered mainly an…More ethnic food and were not really known outside of New York.
Nord Brue and Mike Dressell invented a new concept from their home base in Burlington, Vermont, by expanding the traditional bagel bakery into a quick service bakery with premium specialty cream cheeses, custom-made sandwiches, signature soups and great coffee. The owners even worked with a professional bagel baker from New York City for two and a half years to perfect Bruegger's recipes and baking process.
Since 2003, Bruegger's has evolved beyond bagels into breads, wraps and other lunchtime menu items, and has updated its bakeries to reflect the welcoming feel of a New England farmhouse-inspired bakery-café.
The Arlington location features all the menu items and specialties that Bruegger's is known for, served in a cozy, welcoming atmosphere.