Join us on December 31st, 2017 as we turn A-Town Bar & Grill into your New Year’s Eve headquarters!
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Located just steps from the Ballston Metro Station, A-Town Bar & Grill is the go-to restaurant for tasty bites, creative cocktails, and a fun-loving atmosphere. Groups of all sizes can enjoy our American-style menu, which boasts a variety of delicious selections for lunch, dinner, brunch, or late night. No matter when you stop by, rest assured that the A-Town team will be ready to serve you!
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DUE TO OVERWHELMING DEMAND, WE ONLY ACCEPT SUNDAY BRUNCH RESERVATIONS BY PHONE. THE ENTIRE PARTY MUST BE PRESENT TO BE SEATED.
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Praise From The Press
If you’re an Arlington local you’re most likely familiar with A-Town. From corporate dinners to their notorious “Sunday Funday,” A-Town offers it all. Some would go as far to say A-Town saved the Ballston bar scene… I have no food regrets and my stomach couldn’t have been happier. Overall the atmosphere, service and food together add up to an A. Thank you Scott Parker and Mike Cordero for feeding us and for a wonderful time. I will definitely be back to stuff my face soon.
The brunch spread at A-Town in Clarendon offers more than the typical daytime feast, and while the seats fill up, no one is here to just eat. They’re holding a table for when, at 3 p.m., it turns from brunch to Sunday Funday. The shades are drawn and the D.J. moves from background Top 40 to thumping club music. Come for A-Town’s buffet, but stay for the bear suits, sparklers and magnum champagne bottles.
Northern Virginia Magazine
As for the food that A-Town offers on these Las Vegas Sundays, the brunch buffet served from 10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. offers everything from breakfast basics like Belgian waffles, fresh omelets and bacon to the highly popular crab legs, sushi, chicken wings and three-foot chocolate fondue fountain. Parker described the cuisine as “eclectic American,” but I say it’s more like the perfect hangover cure for a Saturday night party hopper… A-Town has been hot from Day One – known not simply as a restaurant, but as a destination.