Visited with a party of three on a Friday evening, around 8pm. The place was packed and we were told the wait time would be about 30 minutes. However, the hostess saw the look of dismay on our faces, and noticing we were with an elderly person, asked us to hold on for a minute. She went to the back, spoke with someone, came back up front and seated us immediately in the only table currently open, one that would sit eight. Kudos to her for being so proactive and kind.
The menu was extensive, with varied choices as well as vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. We were there, however, to eat the stalwart of the quick traveler, a beef burger. We had a couple of their bacon and cheddar burgers, and one of their mushroom and gorgonzola burgers, served with fresh fruit or fries, all using grass-fed beef. The seasoning was good, the size was good, the potato bun was tasty and quite light, the fries well cooked and not greasy. We also had a couple of salads (greek and house) and the ingredients were all fresh. The one thing they missed on was that one of the burgers came out medium instead of well done, as had been requested. They corrected that within five minutes. Service was quick and courteous, and the place was eclectic, with a mix of all types of patrons.
Can't speak as to the other items on the menu, but if you at least go for a burger or a salad this place likely won't disappoint. Had we stayed any additional days in Arlington we certainly would have returned.
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