Arpeggio Grill

6619 Airport, 512/419-0110
Hours: Daily, 11am-10pm
Try this much-loved neighborhood spot's full complement of Mediterranean dishes prepared from family recipes or stick with safe choices – you'll find 25 flavors of wings and an interesting pizza selection.
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Arpeggio Grill

The new Arpeggio Grill does Mediterranean right

Mick Vann, February 19, 2009

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