Order Amazing Loaded Fries To-Go

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When you want a snack, there’s nothing better than hot, crispy fries piled high with tasty toppings. Best of all, you can place an order from the comfort of your couch. The eateries offering loaded fries for takeout near our Arlington apartments include:

Highline RxR

An Arlington favorite since 2012, Highline RxR features over 30 draft beers and an innovative menu full of casual American fare. It’s the perfect destination for anyone craving a late-night snack. The restaurant is open until 10:00 p.m. (midnight on Fridays and Saturdays) and serves something for every palate. Try the loaded fries. They come smothered in cheese, scallions, crispy bacon, and other tasty toppings. While you’re there, grab a beer to-go such as Highline Golden Pilsner or Port City Optimal Wit. Highline R&R offers online ordering for carryout.

McNamara’s Pub

An Irish pub, McNamara’s draws locals and visitors alike. Diners rate it an impressive five stars on Yelp. Most say they enjoyed the unparalleled service, authentic Irish fare, and refreshing alcoholic beverages. Don’t miss the loaded fries. They’re topped with cheddar jack cheese and your choice of chili or bacon. Place a carryout order online or by phone before 10:00 p.m.

Vienna Inn

While the Vienna Inn is famous for its chili dogs (over 10,000 sold monthly), it also offers an array of other tasty dishes. A local landmark, the restaurant became a Vienna staple in 1960. Today, some of its earliest diners now come with their grandchildren. Enjoy the chili cheese fries on their own or with the hot dogs topped with chili, mustard, and diced onions. Order your loaded fries for takeout online or over the phone to enjoy them from your Arlington home.

These are just a few of the restaurants around our Arlington apartments. You can also sample fried chicken sandwiches and so much more. To call 2001 Clarendon Blvd home, please contact us. We’d love to offer a tour, so you can see our vibrant community firsthand.

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