Blues lovers lead the way to the Pike.
Columbia Pike, the linear thoroughfare stretching from the Air Force Memorial westward across Arlington, is a bohemian mix of the old and new that truly represents Arlington's diversity.
The Pike’s art deco buildings and Arlington's greatest concentration of ethnic restaurants make the Pike a unique spot for visitors to enjoy. You’ll find salsa dancing year-round, plus seasonal outdoor movie nights and food truck parties.
It’s home of the annual Columbia Pike Blues Festival, with nationally renowned headliners, local food, and arts and crafts vendors. In fall, enjoy the Columbia Pike Fall Wine and Craft Beer Fest. Visit the Columbia Pike farmer’s market on Sundays from May to November.
Nearby are the Air Force Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery and Joint Base Myer – Henderson Hall along with more than 500 businesses. Get to Columbia Pike via Metrobus and Arlington Transit (ART) with connections to Metrorail at the Pentagon, Pentagon City and Ballston.
For more information on Columbia Pike, you can also visit the Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization website.