Driven by this place tons of times but never went in. It's sister restaurant Lost Dog Cafe is a couple doors down. My husband and I had the Muddy Cat (me) and Grande Gato for him. My sandwich was delicious. Pita with chicken breast, basil...More
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Recently renovated inside, The Stray Cat is still the companion to the Lost Dog Cafe just a few doors away at Westover's quaint collection of shops, eateries, and facilities. We like the Cat because it is usually a little less crowded than the Dog and...More
Took the kids and out-of-town guests and everyone enjoyed their meal. Good selection of food for everyone, even the kids. We will be returning often to this great neighborhood restaurant.
My wife and I stopped in for lunch because of the cafe's catchy name. We were greeted by a cheerful staff and a colorful and inviting environment. Many of the menu items are named after cats : the Avo-Gato (gato is Spanish for cat) salad...More
Me and my wife went there for dinner and I must say we were very impressed. Our server was Kristen and she was very helpful and nice explaining the menu and the staff was friendly as well. We were seated very quickly and we didn't...More
Dinner on a Saturday evening around 5:30PM. Not very busy. Staff very friendly. Menu had a nice variety of food choices. They also serve beer and wine at reasonable prices.
My husband and I stopped here for dinner one weekend evening. While the parking lot in front of the Stray Cat (and Lost Dog a few doors down) is ALWAYS packed, it's worth your while to drive around and find a legal spot and check...More
Sister restaurant to the Lost Dog Cafe. Also a great and varied menu, carrying some of the same items as well as their own originals. One of our usual places to go!
Stopped here while in Arlington on business. Got their pulled pork sandwich which already had coleslaw on it. WOW! Their homemade BBQ is AMAZING! Next time I'm in the area I will try to wheedle the recipe from them! WOW! The coleslaw was a bit...More