Lucky for you, our restaurants show a lot of love for the meat-free among us.
This magnificent historic building houses a restaurant & two bars, tattoo shop, large areas for music, entertainment & gatherings. This may be Arlington's most unique destination. The eclectic menu offers plenty of healthy vegetarian and vegan options, and most of the dishes are made completely from scratch.
The friendly bartenders offer seasonal and specialty cocktails alongside infused spirits and microbrews. Here, art and culture are held in high regard. Artists big and small; local painters with canvases hanging on the walls or well-known musicians who draw listeners from miles around. Whether you're a local stopping by for dinner and karaoke or a visitor who's traveled far to watch your favorite band, stop by.The Story
In 2004, Anthony and Heather Beck began the project of renovating the 110 year old prior Methodist Church on Division St. in downtown Arlington, now known by many as the Alamo Building. This historic building had been totally neglected and abandoned for more than 12 years, having last been occupied by a Boys and Girls Club. The project lasted for over a year, and after much labor, sweat and setbacks, the "hellamo" as Anthony affectionately called it, emerged. The "Alamo" building is once again alive! A place of past memories for many and now open to make more for the future.