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Where to Eat Around Tysons Corner

For mall shoppers, the business crowd, and more

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A duck dish from Han Palace.
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Tysons Corner is known primarily for three things: its massive pair of malls, the large number of companies headquartered there, and the resulting terrible traffic that results from all of these things colliding at once. A day of hitting the shops or braving the commute is sure to work up an appetite or a thirst, and Tysons Corner has options for nearly every price point and cuisine.

Beyond those standouts highlighted here, the number of quick-service and chain options in the area continues to be substantial, from Virginia’s original Shake Shack location to an outpost of area favorite Lebanese Taverna. Starting this holiday season, shoppers can even stroll the mall with an adult beverage in hand.

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Wren Tysons

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Zentan veteran Yo Matsuzaki is behind this fusion izakaya in the hotel attached to Capitol One’s headquarters. There’s a generous raw bar and dishes like scallops with bacon enoki and yuzu vinaigrette.

Grilled steak slices bathed in sauce and topped with scallion.
Grilled angus ribeye steak at Wren.
Wren

Starr Hill Biergarten

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This Virginia brewery has made a splash in Tysons with its rooftop beer garden atop the Capitol Hill building, which includes 24 tap lines.

People drinking on top of the Capitol One building.
Star Hill’s outdoor facility.
Starr Hill/Facebook

Tasty Kabob

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One of the area’s best food trucks has a standalone location to serve up lamb, chicken kebabs, stewed chickpeas, and more.

Kura Revolving Sushi Bar

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The revolving sushi bar out of Japan debuted its first Virginia outpost this summer with a steady stream of $3.30 plates. A whopping 140 items circulate on a conveyor belt at any given time, from rolls to noodle soups to a variety of hot and cold side dishes.

A variety of small plates featuring sushi dishes.
Dishes from Kura.
Kura Revolving Sushi

Andy's Pizza Tyson's/McLean

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Though the Urban Space food hall that originally housed it is no more, this excellent purveyor of pizza by the slice (as well as robust whole pies) lives on in Tysons II.

Hokkaido Ramen Santouka

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This international chain out of Hokkaido made its D.C.-area debut with this Tysons location. Expect traditional varieties of ramen, like shio and shoyu, prepared with thin, springy noodles. A small collection of appetizers rounds out the menu. The restaurant is frequently busy, and does a robust takeout business.

A bowl of ramen with clear broth and fish cakes.
Shio ramen from Hokkaido Ramen Santouka.
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Han Palace

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A relatively new addition to the area for dim sum, Han Palace also has cocktails and a small patio. Look for items like shrimp toast, stuffed duck, lobster sticky fried rice, and more. Order online here.

Crispy duck with a few dipping sauces.
A duck dish from Han Palace.
Han Palace

This bistro in the Ritz Carlton in Tysons draws menu inspiration from a variety of countries including Italy, Singapore, Thailand, Toronto, and St. Thomas. Options include everything from biryani to katsu sando riffs to lobster pastas.

Shipgarten

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Shipping containers give shape to this food and beer pop-up with almost an outdoor food hall quality to it, complete with firepits for keeping warm during winter months. The idea is an evolution of Tysons Biergarten and now includes dining from vendors serving waffles and tacos, fast-casual Persian, and sushi burritos (and even sushi pizza).

Super Chicken Tysons

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The Peruvian-style rotisserie chicken is the specialty at this counter service spot. A quarter, half or whole bird can be paired with simple sides including fried yucca, black beans, and salad.

Pho Hai Duong Tysons

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Pho is obviously on the menu at this local chain, but there are also several traditional Vietnamese dishes, from shaking beef to shrimp-stuffed crepes.

Beef sauteed with tomato and onion.
Shaking beef.
Pho Hai Duong

Nostos Restaurant

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Nostos is an underrated destination for contemporary Greek food. There’s a deep lineup of cheese dishes — think pan-fried, sesame-crusted feta served with honey and almonds. Seafood is a speciality, and mezze are plentiful.

Fish topped with cherry tomatoes, other vegetables, and a yellow sauce.
Fish from Nostos.
Nostos

This upscale Iranian restaurant comes from Maydan vet Chris Morgan and Persian chef and cookbook author Najmieh Batmanglij. Find luxurious kabobs, platters of duck and lamb shoulder, thadig and more. The Kitchen Collective is also using the space to hold pop-ups featuring upcoming restaurants during daytime hours.

Chicken, thadig and more.
A spread of dishes from Joon.
Joon/Facebook

Patsy's American

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This huge venue from Great American Restaurants has hits from all of its restaurants on the menu, from Sweetwater Tavern to Ozzie’s. Look for crab cakes, lobster rolls, a strong French dip, and more. The restaurant chain has a variety of option in Tysons, including Coastal Flats and new steakhouse, Randy’s Prime Seafood, that’s attached to Patsy’s.

Crab cakes from Patsy’s served with slaw.
Crab cakes from Patsy’s.
Great American Restaurants/R Lopez

Wren Tysons

Zentan veteran Yo Matsuzaki is behind this fusion izakaya in the hotel attached to Capitol One’s headquarters. There’s a generous raw bar and dishes like scallops with bacon enoki and yuzu vinaigrette.

Grilled steak slices bathed in sauce and topped with scallion.
Grilled angus ribeye steak at Wren.
Wren

Starr Hill Biergarten

This Virginia brewery has made a splash in Tysons with its rooftop beer garden atop the Capitol Hill building, which includes 24 tap lines.

People drinking on top of the Capitol One building.
Star Hill’s outdoor facility.
Starr Hill/Facebook

Tasty Kabob

One of the area’s best food trucks has a standalone location to serve up lamb, chicken kebabs, stewed chickpeas, and more.

Kura Revolving Sushi Bar

The revolving sushi bar out of Japan debuted its first Virginia outpost this summer with a steady stream of $3.30 plates. A whopping 140 items circulate on a conveyor belt at any given time, from rolls to noodle soups to a variety of hot and cold side dishes.

A variety of small plates featuring sushi dishes.
Dishes from Kura.
Kura Revolving Sushi

Andy's Pizza Tyson's/McLean

Though the Urban Space food hall that originally housed it is no more, this excellent purveyor of pizza by the slice (as well as robust whole pies) lives on in Tysons II.

Hokkaido Ramen Santouka

This international chain out of Hokkaido made its D.C.-area debut with this Tysons location. Expect traditional varieties of ramen, like shio and shoyu, prepared with thin, springy noodles. A small collection of appetizers rounds out the menu. The restaurant is frequently busy, and does a robust takeout business.

A bowl of ramen with clear broth and fish cakes.
Shio ramen from Hokkaido Ramen Santouka.
Hokkaido Ramen Santouka/Facebook

Han Palace

A relatively new addition to the area for dim sum, Han Palace also has cocktails and a small patio. Look for items like shrimp toast, stuffed duck, lobster sticky fried rice, and more. Order online here.

Crispy duck with a few dipping sauces.
A duck dish from Han Palace.
Han Palace

ENTYSE

This bistro in the Ritz Carlton in Tysons draws menu inspiration from a variety of countries including Italy, Singapore, Thailand, Toronto, and St. Thomas. Options include everything from biryani to katsu sando riffs to lobster pastas.

Shipgarten

Shipping containers give shape to this food and beer pop-up with almost an outdoor food hall quality to it, complete with firepits for keeping warm during winter months. The idea is an evolution of Tysons Biergarten and now includes dining from vendors serving waffles and tacos, fast-casual Persian, and sushi burritos (and even sushi pizza).

Super Chicken Tysons

The Peruvian-style rotisserie chicken is the specialty at this counter service spot. A quarter, half or whole bird can be paired with simple sides including fried yucca, black beans, and salad.

Pho Hai Duong Tysons

Pho is obviously on the menu at this local chain, but there are also several traditional Vietnamese dishes, from shaking beef to shrimp-stuffed crepes.

Beef sauteed with tomato and onion.
Shaking beef.
Pho Hai Duong

Nostos Restaurant

Nostos is an underrated destination for contemporary Greek food. There’s a deep lineup of cheese dishes — think pan-fried, sesame-crusted feta served with honey and almonds. Seafood is a speciality, and mezze are plentiful.

Fish topped with cherry tomatoes, other vegetables, and a yellow sauce.
Fish from Nostos.
Nostos

Joon

This upscale Iranian restaurant comes from Maydan vet Chris Morgan and Persian chef and cookbook author Najmieh Batmanglij. Find luxurious kabobs, platters of duck and lamb shoulder, thadig and more. The Kitchen Collective is also using the space to hold pop-ups featuring upcoming restaurants during daytime hours.

Chicken, thadig and more.
A spread of dishes from Joon.
Joon/Facebook

Patsy's American

This huge venue from Great American Restaurants has hits from all of its restaurants on the menu, from Sweetwater Tavern to Ozzie’s. Look for crab cakes, lobster rolls, a strong French dip, and more. The restaurant chain has a variety of option in Tysons, including Coastal Flats and new steakhouse, Randy’s Prime Seafood, that’s attached to Patsy’s.

Crab cakes from Patsy’s served with slaw.
Crab cakes from Patsy’s.
Great American Restaurants/R Lopez

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