Behind the Scenes at Taste of Arlington
What does it take to plan an event with 50,000 attendees and dozens of restaurants, vendors and entertainers? For the four-person team behind Taste of Arlington, planning this year’s event started the day after last year’s event.
Traffic, transit tips for the weekend
Two more weekends after this and it’s Memorial Day. We should be seeing getaway traffic, plus more activity on local streets. But even the road crews have been slowed by this rainy weather.
Taste of Arlington this Sunday
Taste of Arlington this Sunday May 15th, cooking segment with Good Morning Washington.
11 things to do in the D.C. area on the weekend of May 13-15
Here are this weekend's best bets in nightlife, festivals, music, theater and much more around the Washington area. Taste of Arlington turns busy Wilson Boulevard (between North Taylor and North Randolph streets) into a pedestrian-friendly affair, with two concert stages, a dog park and carnival games.
A Pot-Focused Food Festival, A Burger Throwdown, and More Weekend Events
Taste of Arlington
What: More than 50 restaurants will participate in this culinary event with live music, contests, a beer and wine garden, and more. More info here.
Where: Wilson Boulevard from Glebe Road to N. Quincy St. and along N. Stuart St. to 9th St.
When: Sunday, May 15 at noon
Here’s the Suckling Pig Taco Pepita Cantina is Serving at Taste of Arlington
Ballston’s Pepita Cantina on Wilson Blvd, to give a preview of the suckling pig taco they’re bringing to Taste of Arlington.
Weekend guide: May 13 - May 15
From travel, to wine, to food and art, the District metro area is packed with events for everybody this weekend.
Taste of Arlington Weather Forecast
Going Out Guide for Northern Virginia, May 12-18, 2016
Food from more than 50 restaurants; a pop-up pub; live entertainment; children’s activities, including a Girls on the Run 5K; and exhibits. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Arlington Food Assistance Center.
Expect a Large Crowd Around These Ribs at Taste of Arlington
ARLnow is partnering with Taste of Arlington to preview some of the festival’s tastiest dishes this year.