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Neighborhood Bar and Restaurant in Clarendon/Arlington, VA.
There is always something going on at Whitlow's, no matter what day of the week it is. There are always half-priced specials during lunch hours, happy hour drink and food specials, live music and dancing at nights, and a pub quiz on Sunday nights, as well as many other special events throughout the year. In other words, this place is perfect for relaxing with a large group of friends on the...
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Casual restaurant for familiar American cooking, from hefty burgers and barbecue chicken to chocolate cake.
WOW. An acronym, for sure, but also a description of one of Arlington’s longtime, comfort-food destinations, a bit of home away from home. WOW stands for Whitlow’s on Wilson, and this ultra-casual restaurant has catered to both low- and high-brow clientele who grab a booth, table, or bar seat and settle down to American cooking: meatloaf, barbecue chicken, crab cakes and grilled salmon keeping...
We chose Whitlow's because a bartender recommended it. The food was decent. The restaurant was loud, there was a live band, and kinda dark. There were four of us in my party and two of us had to ask for clean silverware. I ordered the chicken chowder and a salad. The chowder was just warm and didn't really have a...
Whitlow's on Wilson is very much what you think it is going to be like when you look through big plate glass windows; a diner/bar frequented by a local crowd. The food is typical burger fare, sandwiches are excellent and they run some great specials throughout the week - friendly, good - a solid, if not fancy, dining experience.
Great food and drink, live music five nights a week, pool tables, the new Sandbar Patio and Lounge, brunch buffets on Sunday morning, and nightly specials.
The Whitlow’s tradition began on the corner of 11th and E Street, NW, when David Whitlow opened his bar and grill to the public in 1946. Over the next 25 years, Whitlow’s became an unmistakable landmark in downtown Washington.
Greg Cahill purchased the restaurant in 1971, but changed little of the tavern that had become so much a part of the city. In 1989, Whitlow’s closed its doors to enable...
When to Go: If you hit the bar a little too hard on Friday or Saturday night, return the next day for the $15.95 brunch buffetit runs on Saturdays and Sundays until 3pm.
The Extras: The late night menu (from 11pm to 1am) features the kind of greasy, alcohol-absorbing classics such as nachos, pulled pork sandwiches and even meatloaf.
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