To-go or to-linger? Either way, Ballston Quarter has just the dining options to satisfy. You’ll discover a delicious variety of local Arlington, VA eateries, fast casual spots, and sit-down restaurants.
The aroma of globally-inspired dishes. The sound of clinking beer glasses, of laughter and conversation. The taste of authentic street tacos, flavorful noodle bowls, artisan ice cream, and other adventurous eats. Quarter Market is a vibrant place to engage your senses in a truly unique culinary experience.
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True Food Kitchen's philosophy: food should make you feel better. The restaurant’s collective of accomplished chefs, visionary restaurateurs, and a renowned doctor of integrative medicine, create seasonal menus that are both incredibly delicious and nutritious.
Visit True Food Kitchen in Arlington, VA at Ballston Quarter.
Ted Bulletin’s is a neighborhood restaurant, serving up modern American food and drink.
Check out their newest Ballston location to experience the latest evolution of this renowned greater DC area-dining destination. Stop in for your morning latte, brunch with your crew, lunch with the boss, all-day breakfast with the family, and inspired cocktails at the bar—boozy shakes included.
Ted’s is the go-to place to savor The Every Day.
And remember to pop in to Sidekick—the Ted’s Ballston location’s in-house neighbors and bakers extraordinaire—for locally roasted coffee and our famous Ted’s Tarts.
Visit Ted's Bulletin in Arlington, VA at Ballston Quarter!
Located on Level M1
Totally casual and totally delicious, Slapfish is a modern seafood shack with California roots that come to life in their locally sourced dishes such as fish tacos and lobster roll sandwiches.
The first Bollywood Bistro opened in August 2009 inside the Fairfax Old Town Plaza, and in 2014 launched a location in Great Falls. We are now introducing our Bollywood Bistro Express; a fast-casual experience in Ballston Quarter.
This South American restaurant serves up a fresh take on one of South America’s most coveted street foods, the arepa, along with taste bud game changing sides such as yuca fries and street corn.
Zofia’s Kitchen promises comforting Old World cuisine just as we need it most.
The menu features classic and modern interpretations of pierogi, the dumplings best known for its Polish roots and often filled with meat and potatoes. Zofia’s signature dumplings include the loaded baked potato pierogi with cheddar, chives and bacon; a house-cured and smoked pastrami pierogi with provolone; a crab rangoon pierogi seasoned with Old Bay and an everything bagel pierogi stuffed with cream cheese and lox.
Sides include the daring latke doughnut: shredded potato and onion formed into a ring and fried, served with lemon-dill sour cream; plus seasonal salads and soups (butternut squash and apple and a lobster bisque with Old Bay hushpuppies).
Desserts include sweet pierogis— blueberry-lemon-thyme and the seasonal brown sugar-spiked pumpkin “pie-rogi”—and holiday-themed confections, like bourbon chocolate truffles and cranberry pecan rugelach.
Ballston Service Station, like your hometown gas station, is at your service for all of your beverage needs! We offer local, craft brews and exciting wines that are sure to have you coming back for your next tune up (or group outing). Come by and we'll have a cold one waiting for you!
Union Kitchen Grocery gives local foods a cult following. The grocery features more than 200 food and beverage products made in DC. It’s also an accelerator that helps those businesses turn into national brands, as well as a commercial kitchen.
Your extra shot.
Your Monday morning fix.
Your excuse for a break.
Your pastry box for one.
Your office party hero.
Your Friday night fuel.
Your inner kid in a pastry shop.
Your sugar high.