No matter where you live, the melting pot that is America ensures that delicious food from cultures across the globe will be just a short drive away. Even here in Arlington, WA — where our population is about 20,000 residents — offers a variety of options for whatever you’re craving! We’ve touched on tasty food in our Guide to Arlington, now read on for a longer list of restaurants to visit ASAP.
Steins Taphouse is the jewel of the Pacific Northwest brew scene. With 32 of the best craft beers, ciders, seltzer, and root beer on tap, there is something for everyone. The facility is family-friendly and even has old-school arcade games to keep you entertained. Beer isn’t all they have! Enjoy a bite to eat from their menu of appetizers, pizzas, sandwiches, and salads for a fun afternoon with friends.
Moose Creek Barbeque meets the need for drool-worthy meat. You can order online for in-store pickup to avoid lines or get in touch about their family and party-sized catering options. Go early if you can — they’re known for occasionally selling out because the food is that good.
Hammond Bread Company is a staple of the community. You really can taste the love baked into every loaf, roll, and treat! Their story began as a personal fundraiser opportunity and developed into a business that has turned customers into friends. Stop by and give it a try!
Hubb’s Pizza & Pasta has a cozy interior that reminds us of visiting a family cabin. Besides highly customizable pizzas and pastas, you can also order stacked salads or savory sub sandwiches to satisfy your taste buds. Don’t forget something to sip on! They have beer & wine for 21+ patrons or a myriad of other drink options.
Suda Thai Cuisine provides the people of Arlington with authentic Thai food in bountiful portions for a fair price. Most dishes are perfectly sized for at least two people or you can order an extra meal and guarantee leftovers. We recommend the coconut prawn appetizer and sizzling lemongrass entree.
Belt Sushi & Roll and Hot Iron Mongolian Grill are located right next to each other, which is basically a dream come true! Belt Sushi is family owned and offers small plates served on a conveyer belt for $2 to $6 as well as made-to-order kitchen fare. Next door at the Mongolian Grill, you can expect high-quality ingredients cooked fresh and customized just for you.
This list doesn’t even begin to do justice for the classic vintage diner scene which is alive and well in Arlington, WA. We can think of at least three off the top of our heads! For that insider information, you’ll have to keep an eye out for future blogs. As always, the best way to discover any new city is to get out there and drive around! However, this list will give you a good idea of where to start.
Thanks for reading! Now that we’ve told you where you can find really good food, we’re going to go grab a bite to eat. For more recommendations, come back next month to read our newest blog installment. You can also browse our website for information about making Pilchuck Village your next home. We can’t wait to hear from you!