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Pasha Restaurant
669a Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA 02476
Pasha Restaurant is a Turkish restaurant. Its cuisine generally consists of sauced dishes prepared with vegetables,More meats, soups and cereals and cooked with olive oil. Pasha's pastry dishes, which are made from wild vegetation, include pekmez, yogurt and bulgur. The restaurant, which has Mediterranean themed décor, also has a bar that offers wine and beer.
450 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA 02474
Scugnizzi is a family restaurant specializing in pizza and Italian cuisine. The restaurant is open for dining in, asMore well as offering take out and delivery. Its menu features signature thin crust "Scugnizzi" pizza, as well as a variety of subs, wraps, pasta dishes and Italian entrees. The restaurant serves beer and wine. Orders can be placed online. 
485 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA 02474
Punjab is a popular Indian restaurant in Arlington Center, which now has a larger space to better accommodate theMore crowds that come to the restaurant. Filled with the spicy aroma one expects in an Indian restaurant and comfortable warm lighting, it offers diners an extensive menu. The dinner menu includes various curries, tandoori and six different kinds of naan. For lunch, unique dishes are offered such as, naanwiches and kathi kebab rollups. Lunch entrees are accompanied by soup, rice and chutney.
Toraya Japanese Restaurant
890 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA 02476
Toraya is a small Japanese restaurant located just on the outskirts of the town's center. Though it is a little out ofMore 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.  
Olympic Pizza
173 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA 02474
Olympic Pizza has been serving Arlington for the past 40 years, though the current owner has run it for 15. The menuMore keeps the theme of the restaurant's name with items such as, The Torch, and 5 Ring and Coaches. Popular items are the gourmet pizzas and the homemade eggplant dinner. The take-out menu has coupons attached and competitors' coupons are accepted, excluding those of chain restaurants.
I Chef
1345 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA 02476
I Chef is primarily a takeout restaurant that serves pizza, pasta and other Italian specialties. Dinner entrees includeMore baked ziti, potato gnocchi and chicken rustica. The restaurant's salads, appetizers and pastas are also available in full or half pans for event catering. I Chef offers free delivery all day, and online orders can be made through Foodler.com.
Villa House of Pizza
1367 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA 02476
Villa House of Pizza is a family-owned business that has been in operation for more than 35 years. It has been in theMore Massachusetts Avenue location for the past seven years. The restaurant is described by the owner as a place to find "perfect product with friendly service." The atmosphere is comfortable and bright, with a television and several tables where customers can enjoy Greek-style pizza, grinders, paninis and pasta. The restaurant has been using transfat-free oil for four years and gives its used oil to an oil-repurposing company.
Jade Garden Restaurant
96 Appleton St, Arlington, MA 02476
Jade Garden is a popular Arlington Heights spot for Chinese food. For over 10 years this family-owned restaurant hasMore 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.
La Posada Restaurante
1312 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA 02476
Arlington Heights now has a little bit of Mexico in it. La Posada Restaurante on Mass Avenue, which opened on April 22,More 2010, offers traditional, authentic Mexican food in a comfortable and enjoyable setting. The restaurant is filled with Mexican art; the reds, greens and whites of the flag; and little knick-knacks from the old country. The owners also hail from Mexico. Brothers German and Victor Castro run the kitchen while mother-daughter team Fabiola Castro (Fabiola is married to German) and Magdalena Pizarro tend to the front of the house. The Castros offer up all the traditional dishes one would expect in a Mexican restaurant plus a few specialties: a classic Mexican meatball soup (Sopa de Albondigas), cactus salad (Ensalada de Nopales) and their own Aguacate, an avocado meets jalapeno sauce. On the weekend, the Castros whip up some specials, typically very traditional Mexican fare. La Posada offers dishes for kids and, as all of the food is made to order, the chefs can accommodate requests such as flour-free or gluten-free. Please ask your server. La Posada is a BYOB restaurant, so feel free to bring your own adult beverages.