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Restaurants to try in Arlington

Wildwood Park Apartments, Arlington, VA  Check out these restaurants the next time you're headed out to dinner: Green Pig Bistro, PF Chang, and Mussel Bar and Grill.

Looking for a place to eat this weekend? Arlington, VA has an assortment of restaurants serving up delicious food. In this week’s Wildwood Park Apartments Blog, we’ll share with you 4 different restaurants for you to try the next time you go out to eat!


Green Pig Bistro

Hearty. That’s one word to describe the dishes at Green Pig Bistro. The restaurant is committed to using the entire product, from head to tail, in producing dishes inspired by rustic French cooking with “a decidedly American push.” Green Pig Bistro has a diverse brunch, lunch, and dinner menu with dishes like corned beef hash and eggs, a black angus cheeseburger, and seared scallops, respectively. Come see for yourself the kind of food served up at Green Pig Bistro.


Mussel Bar and Grille

As a gastropub, Mussel Bar and Grill serves up casual dining fare, inspired by Robert Wiedmaier’s late night culinary excursions with his old kitchen colleagues. As stated in the name, Mussel serves different types of mussel dishes (mussels delivered fresh), as well as “dishes of meats, fish and pizzas(Belgian tarts)” to round out the menu. From the website: “Open all day, seven days a week, Mussel Bar and Grille is a place to stop in for a quick bite or a leisurely meal in a stylish, but edgy setting that is welcoming to all.”


Pupatella Neapolitan Pizza

Voted best pizza in Virginia, Pupatella’s pizza maker Enzo Algarme trained in Naples on pizza making, risotto balls and fried calzones. Enzo works hard in producing delicious Italian dishes ranging from Friggitoria (fried food typical of Naples) and their Neapolitan pizza. Though closed on Mondays, you can get this delicious pizza every other day of the week!


Peter Chang

If you enjoy authentic Chinese food, Peter Chang is the place to go. Named after the head chef Peter Chang, the restaurant brings the chef’s signature Szechuan cuisine to Arlington. Stop in to try some of his signature dishes: boneless whole fish, soup steam pork buns, dry fried eggplant, and crispy pork belly. These dishes are sure to satisfy your craving for Chinese cuisine.


Do you have a favorite restaurant in Arlington, VA? If you do, let our apartment community know in the comments below. Thanks for reading!