Toraya Japanese Restaurant 890 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA02476 Toraya is a small Japanese restaurant located just on the outskirts of the town's center. Though it is a little out of…More the way, that does not stop the crowds from finding it. Often busy, Toraya has become a favorite spot for sushi and other authentic Japanese dishes, such as the agedashi tofu appetizer and an array of donburi varieties. The bento boxes are also a draw.
Not Your Average Joe's 645 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA02476 Not Your Average Joe's, founded in 1994, and with over a dozen branches in the Boston area and Virginia, the business…More defines itself as creative, casual and cuisine. It also offers half-price happy hour with full portion appetizers and five cocktail-sized pizzas for half the price between 3pm to 6pm. Call at the number provided or visit the Web site for more details on the menu.
Jade Garden Restaurant 96 Appleton St, Arlington, MA02476 Jade Garden is a popular Arlington Heights spot for Chinese food. For over 10 years this family-owned restaurant has…More been serving all the expected dishes, such as fried rice, lo mien and General Gau's chicken. It also offers Tidbit Combos, where the customer can choose three, four or five appetizers to combine into a meal. There is a buffet for lunch and dinner, and luncheon specials are offered.
Gemma Ristorante 319 Broadway, Arlington, MA02474 Gemma in Arlington Center serves traditional Neapolitan-style pizza as well as paninis, calzones and pasta dishes. Pizza…More toppings include sun-dried tomatoes, caramelized onions and prosciutto, as well as the more traditional pepperoni and mushroom. Specialty pizzas include wild mushroom, Asiago cheese and five-meat combo. Gemma also serves various gnocchi, ravioli and tortellini. Appetizers, soups and salads round out the meal. Mainly a takeout establishment, the restaurant also offers platters for catering.