Posted at 04:45 PM ET, 11/04/2011

In Clarendon, Earl’s adds Fish and chips to the menu

An order of fish and chips at Earl’s Sandwiches in Arlington. (Russell Warnick)
Attention Clarendon eaters: Bonnie Benwick has some great news for you over at All We Can Eat.

The blue-and-yellow cod hanging outside Earl’s Sandwiches in Clarendon is a sure sign that evening commuters have a new option for dinner: fish and chips, fried to order.
Shop co-owner Stephen Dugan hung out his Cap’n Earl’s shingle a few weeks ago. His lunchtime trade is gangbusters during the day, having grown along with the condos and businesses on this stretch of Wilson Boulevard since he opened in 2006. The 45-year-old New England native had been looking for just the right lure to boost traffic in later hours when he decided to re-create a favorite.

Read the rest at All We Can Eat .

By Bonnie Benwick  |  04:45 PM ET, 11/04/2011

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