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1700 N Moore St
Arlington, VA 22209


Assembly is now open for everything from breakfast to happy hour.

Located in the newly revitalized Rosslyn City Center, Assembly is a cumulative food experience that highlights cultures from around the world. The 29,000 square-foot space has multiple private dining rooms, an outdoor terrace, two full-service bars and a variety of dining concepts to meet your needs, anytime of day. Using a QR code and table number system, patrons can sit anywhere and order from one menu that includes six concepts:

  • Big Day Coffee | breakfast, coffee and pastries
  • GiGi’s Greens & Grains | salads, smoothies and your daily dose of greens
  • Sammy’s Pickles | made-to-order deli sandwiches and subs 
  • Great Lakes Diner | classic American-style fare
  • Charo’s Tacos | unique twists Mexican favorites, including vegan options
  • Beng Beng Asian Street Food | street-food inspired bites

Fog Point Oyster Bar, Assembly's newest addition as of March 2022, is a full-service seafood restaurant, if you're looking for an upscale happy hour and dinner experience.

Assembly is open Monday through Saturday and hours vary by concept, with breakfast and coffee available 7-11 a.m. on weekdays and until 2 p.m. on Saturdays. Lunch begins at 11 a.m., and drinks and dinner are available until 3 p.m. on Mondays and 9 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Multiple private event spaces are also available by reservation; inquire here.

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Assembly is an environment that’s designed to be enjoyed for socializing, dining and working all day long, and is a result of a partnership between American Real Estate Partners (AREP) and DMK Restaurants. The new space is the centerpiece of the newly revitalized Rosslyn City Center—AREP’s $35 million renovation of the mixed-use building (formerly Rosslyn Metro Center). 

For more information on Assembly, check out this article from the Washington Business Journal, and visit their sit at


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