Dine + Drink With Us
Located just a few blocks from the Rosslyn Metro Station, Barley Mac brings a love of delicious food, whiskeys and bourbons to the Arlington, VA restaurant scene. Our innovative twists of American comfort foods will please the tastebuds, while our extensive specialty liquor menu is sure to excite even the most ardent cocktail enthusiasts. With an industrial chic interior, plentiful seating and large bar area, Barley Mac is an ideal drinking and dining choice for groups of all sizes.
We’re open seven days a week and accept lunch, dinner, happy hour, brunch and late night reservations. To book a table for your party, please fill out the form on the right and a member of the Barley Mac staff will confirm with you shortly.
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Fyi, Our brunch just got better!
We now offer “make your own mimosas” with the bottle and flavors right at the table!! Choose 2 of your favorite flavors from class orange, black raspberry, passion fruit, strawberry basil, and blueberry lemon and step your brunch game up at Barley Mac!
We are proud to buy only locally sourced beef!
Happy Hour at Barley Mac
Now offered on Saturdays and Sundays 3PM-6PM in the the bar, cocktail and patio area
Come hang out at Barley Mac for Happy Hour. We offer delicious dishes and drinks at amazing prices. Happy Hour is offered in the bar, cocktail area and certain areas of the patio Monday through Friday from 3pm to 8pm. Large happy hour parties can be booked through our events coordinator. For more information, call us at 571-800-3070.
Barley Mac is proud to be one of the flagship restaurants in the rising and thriving Arlington known as Rosslyn!
For reservations, call:
Mon & Tue: 3pm- 10pm
Wed: Noon – 10pm
Thu: Noon – 11pm
Fri: Noon – 1am
Sat: 10:30am – 1am
Sun: 10:30am – 10pm
Parking & Metro
Street/Garage Parking Nearby. Nearest Metro Station: Rosslyn
Praise From The Press
“Bourbon aficionados will find Barley Mac’s brown liquor list a playground. I spotted old standbys like Basil Hayden’s, plus some unicorns like Yamazaki 18 from Japan ($65 for a two-ounce pour). Whiskey also finds its way into Prohibition-era cocktails like a Boulevardier and Rob Roy from mixologist Mitch Johnson—both are on point. Those aching for less ABV can choose from 14 drafts (Port City Porter, Allagash White, Lagunitas IPA) or a glass of vino off the something-for-everyone wine list.”
“This industrial-chic Arlington spot offers an extensive list of American whiskeys and modern takes on time-honored fare like parmigiana truffle potato skins, wagyu beef meatballs, house-made pastas, and inventive flatbreads. The weekend brunch at Barley Mac is solid thanks to various mimosa flavors and rich plates like the lobster benedict, but it’s primarily a dinner spot, revered by hipsters for its craft cocktails, happy hour deals, and trendy ambience.”
“It’s the originals, though, that catch the eye: The Moment of Grace, a smooth-drinking take on a margarita with fresh blackberry and plum bitters; the I’m Gin to It, inspired by a lemon drop shot but made with Beefeater gin, demerara sugar, orange and lemon juices and Angostura bitters; and the Bone Daddy, a spicy, dry Manhattan-like drink. “
The Washington Post