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Artie's Classic American

  • Address:
    3260 Old Lee Highway
    Fairfax, VA 22030
  • Phone:
    703-273-7600
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Artie’s Classic American is described as “the very best in Fairfax!” by Washingtonian Magazine. Tom Sietsema of the Washington Post says “The menu has something for everyone: a first-class crab cake, hickory scented wild king salmon, one of the area's best lobster bisques and new winners like halibut tiled in potato slices and pork tenderloin.” And adds that the service is “engaging, smart and as helpful as Disney World.” Enjoy unique appetizers, homemade soups, fresh salads, an abundance of creative entrees, and mouth-watering desserts. Burgers, steaks, chicken and pasta dishes are all undeniable winners. Artie’s is a favorite of locals and visitors alike.