It’s the weekend, which in Arlington means it’s time for brunch. Arlingtonians take brunch seriously with heated debates over who has the best brunch in town. From bottomless brunch tapas to Southern classics, Arlington has a global variety of gourmet brunch options, making deciding where to dine a challenge. But don’t worry, we’ve rounded up some of Arlington’s hotspots with diner’s reviews to make sure your stay with us is deliciously memorable. Read More.
The restaurant group behind Circa and Trio Grill has introduced a second Open Road (the first is in Merrifield), where the décor is rustic Americana and the menu has a little something for every craving—be it jambalaya, a gourmet burger or grilled lemongrass shrimp. If this saloon is anything like its sister joint, it’s sure to be a happy hour haven. Read more.
After more than two years, Metropolitan Hospitality Group plans to debut its Open Road restaurant and Salt bar concepts in Rosslyn next week, both opening for dinner on Tuesday and for lunch at Open Road on Wednesday. By Thursday, both are expected to be fully operational. Read more.
Metropolitan Hospitality Group, the restaurant company behind Circa, Open Road and El Bebe, will open two of its concepts in Tysons as part of The Boro development. Read More.
The second location of Metropolitan Hospitality Group’s causal bar and restsaurant, Open Road, is slated to open later this year or early next year in Rosslyn. It will also have a separate, but connected, lower level cocktail bar called Salt. It’s particularly anticipated by WBJ employees, who work across the street. Read More.
Tasty eats from Open Road Grill during our FOX 5 ZIP TRIP to MERRIFIELD! See More.