Located in the heart of Clarendon,
Wilson Hardware is a multi-level contemporary American restaurant.
Our restaurant experience combines new concepts in food, beverage, entertainment and ambience. The spacious venue allows for several individual experiences in a variety of indoor and outdoor areas, including a rooftop bar and an outdoor patio.
2915 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22201
Mon-Wed 04:00p - 12:00a
Thurs-Fri 04:00p – 02:00a
Sat 10:00a – 02:00a
Sun 10:00a - 12:00a
Private / Special Events
With over 7,000 sq/ft of space, Wilson Hardware can accommodate groups of any size - from a 15 person intimate dinner in our mezzanine to a 300 person full venue buyout -- with five different rooms of varying sizes, we have a space that can work for any event, size, and budget.
Our dedicated team of event specialists will work to tailor your event to your specific needs - whether you want to host a birthday party, baby shower, corporate reception or even a wedding, our team’s experience means you leave the execution up to us.
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Northern Virginia - Dec 13, 2017
"The ceiling is high and exposed, with orblike lights descending from its center. And from a seat at the 27-foot quartz bar, it’s easy to feel FOMO, with four other spaces (including a rooftop bar) to enjoy a drink on site."
Eater DC - Sept 25, 2017
"Fans Gush about Crazy Packed and Oh-So Stylish Wilson Hardware. “I’m drinking a fuchsia cocktail and you all should be jealous”
Washingtonian - Sept 12, 2017
"The papier-mâché mural in the main dining room is the most colorful part of Wilson Hardware. The mural displays the face of an anonymous woman surrounded by pink, purple, and blue flowers."
Arlington Patch - July 17, 2017
“The 7,000-square foot bar and lounge includes a chicly designed patio and rooftop and three distinct bar areas. Patrons can expect a trendy atmosphere with stylish touches such as custom metal chandeliers, liquid metal mirrors and a candle wall.”
Arl Now - July 14, 2017
“Inside, a large papier-mâché mural covers the bar’s exposed brick wall, designed by D.C. firm SWATCHROOM. And upstairs on the rooftop, the bar features a graphic tile motif in black and white and plants overhead, along with high tables and two large flat-screen televisions.”