Ballston Quarter Market becomes a destination food hall with diverse cuisines, flavors
In this episode of Swizzle Chill TV, Bryce Shemer lands at Ballston Quarter Market in Arlington, Va. in his mission to discover the best food, drink and living in the Washington, D.C. area. This food hall features several local eateries with some trend-setting food.
Take Hot Lola’s by Chef Kevin Tien, for example. Asian-fusion spicy, fried chicken sounds like something to crave for all week. But since Hot Lola’s is here in the heart of Arlington, it doesn’t need to be a weekend adventure. It’s the comfort food that commuters can enjoy all week long.
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Also, Executive Chef John Hart gives us a culinary tour of Copa Kitchen & Bar at Ballston Quarter Market. This is one of many eateries that make this a foodie destination. In addition to Copa Kitchen & Bar, there’s Cucina al Volo, Go Poke, Hot Lola’s, Rice Crook, Turu’s by Timber Pizza & Co., and many more.
Plus, on the street level, there’s Ted’s Bulletin, South Block Juice, True Food Kitchen and several other great restaurants in just a few-block radius. Ballston Quarter Market is a cornucopia of tasty cuisines!
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