Location

Market Common Clarendon
2800 Clarendon Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201
Phone: (888) 446-7680

Hours

Monday – Saturday
10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Sunday 11:00AM – 6:00PM

Parking

Up to 1 hour: $6
Up to 2 hours: $8
2-10 hours: $10
Over 10 hours $12
Night rate (6pm to 2am): $6 flat rate

Public Transit

For real-time transportation options including Metrobus, Metrorail, ART bus and Capital Bikeshare, visit CarFreeDiet.com

Metrorail: Take the Orange or Silver Line to the Clarendon station and proceed two blocks east on Clarendon Blvd to the entrance of Market Common Clarendon.

Metrobus: 38B stop on Clarendon Blvd near the parking garage entrance.

Arlington Rapid Transit (ART): Bus stop is near the corner of Clarendon Blvd and Fillmore St.

Market Common Clarendon | Fall In Love With Fall Dishes
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Fall In Love With Fall Dishes

Fall In Love With Fall Dishes

It’s the first day of Fall, and what better way to celebrate the new season with open arms than spending the day in the kitchen with fall inspired dishes you’ll love!

The weather is getting cooler, but your produce choices are heating up. These amazing superfoods can easily be found in Market Common Clarendon’s Whole Foods Market. See below for a few vegetable and fruit centered recipes

Cauliflower and Brocolli Tots:
This is a tater tot makeover that kids and adults will like. Packed with veggies, these bites are easy to make ahead and freeze for fast weeknight dinners and late night snacks.

Cinnamon-Roasted Pear Smoothie:
Roasting pears before blending makes their flavor even more concentrated and juicy in this rich, cinnamon-spiked smoothie. Roast a large batch of pears to prepare smoothies throughout the week, or freeze them to enjoy fall’s most elegant fruit even longer.

Look no further for your new favorite autumn dessert. The deep, fruity flavor of kriek lambic, Belgian cherry beer, enhances these luscious crisps. A secret ingredient—five-spice powder—plays beautifully with the sweet fruit. Serve these crisps warm with vanilla ice cream and small glasses of leftover lambic.