Langston Boulevard has what Arlington’s known for: flavor!
If life is a highway, this stretch is a path to glorious great taste. Fulfill all your pie-in-sky dreams at Livin’ the Pie Life. Step up to the counter at The Italian Store and enjoy a classic sub sandwich along with products imported from Italy. Get authentic German fresh-baked goods at Heidelberg Pastry Shoppe which also sells imported German jams and grocery items. Or try the quaint unassuming café La Cote D'Or for a romantic French dinner.
OK, so it’s not really a “highway” but Langston Boulevard is the urban main street connecting Arlington’s neighborhoods between East Falls Church Metro station at the west end and Rosslyn Metro at the east end. Jump on a Metrobus or Arlington ART bus and connect with Metro at either end. Explore a commercial corridor blending neighborhoods with pockets of beloved Arlington restaurants and unique shops.
Look for the colorful awnings and enjoy friendly personal service, top quality family-owned shops and lively restaurants at Lee Heights Shops. Among Lee Heights’ unique shops you can:
Get cake and croissants at Pastries by Randolph or pick up a unique selection of clothing and gifts at family-owned Lemoncello Boutique.