Interested in finding out about the newest restaurant and retail additions to Arlington? From a waxing studio to a pizza joint, read on for a list of the newest hot spots to open around town.
Saigon Noodles & Grill
First, head over to 1800 Wilson Blvd. in Radnor-Ft Myer Heights and you'll find Saigon Noodles & Grill.
The Vietnamese restaurant is located in the former Bistro 360 space. In the spot, you'll find a menu of more than 80 dishes, starting with appetizers that include rolls (egg, shrimp, veggies, etc.) and fried appetizers like wings, wontons and fried squid. Banh mi sandwiches are on the list, as are the usual pho, vermicelli noodle, rice and grilled dishes. Vegetarians will find plenty of options and beer and wine are available.
Old Dominion Pizza Company
Next, stroll past 4514 Lee Highway in Waverly Hills, and you'll find Old Dominion Pizza Company.
The pizzas at this spot come in either grandma style or New York style. You are also able to design your own pie. Salads and subs are also on the menu, as are beer on tap and wine by the glass or bottle.
Coffee + Juice
Stroll past 3019 N. 11th St. in Clarendon and you'll find a new cafe called Coffee + Juice.
It's a collaboration between South Block juice company, which has a handful of locations around the DMV and Grace Street Coffee, a roastery which is located in Georgetown.
In this Clarendon storefront, you'll find the products of each. The coffee comes brewed, nitro brewed, as espresso, or in whole-bean form to make at home. The juices include everything from celery and kale to lemon, apple and pineapple and are sold by the bottle.
Candy Waxing Studio
Finally, head over to 5541 Lee Highway, Floor 2 in Yorktown and you'll find Candy Waxing Studio.
Formerly Hollywood Waxing Studio, the staff here serve both men and women with as quick a procedure as a waxing of the upper lip, or as involved as a full Brazilian or even full body treatment. Appointments can be made on-line.