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Chase Away the Winter Blues in Bethesda

Lemon Almond Cake at Praline Bakery

Lemon Almond Cake at Praline Bakery

After the epic blizzard, Snowzilla, last weekend many Bethesda residents are experiencing cabin fever!  We found today that a delectable dessert like Lemon Almond Cake at Praline Bakery in Bethesda chased the blues away!

Sick of the melting snow everywhere?  There’s nothing like a sunny slice of heaven melting in your mouth to make your day a little brighter.  We highly recommend a slice…or maybe the whole cake!

 

Praline Bakery is located at 4611 Sangamore Rd, Bethesda, MD 20816 in The Shops at Sumner Place.

Smashburger…Honestly a Better Burger

BBQ, Bacon and Cheddar Burger...to die for!

BBQ, Bacon and Cheddar Burger…to die for!

My mother always said to me, “Anything worth doing, is worth doing well.”  Smashburger is Bethesda’s newest burger joint and I must say, they are doing burgers well!

They offer all the things you’ve come to love in a burger place, juicy burgers, great fries, milkshakes and even beer!  But this burger joint is something different as well.  They are truly smashing the notion of the same old traditional burger experience we have all come to accept, if not love.  Smashburger offers some inventive burger and side-dish creations and has really thought about what the customer wants.  For example, they offer moist vegetarian burgers (with a serious kick!), juicy chicken burgers, great salads and quality ingredients such as the 100% fresh, never frozen Angus beef patties smashed on a 400 degree grill to sear in the flavor.  Their sides are decidedly fun too including rosemary-garlic “Smashfries”, Haystack Onions, Sweet Potato Fries and Veggie Frites.  And the fact that they offer root beer floats with Haagen Dazs ice cream is reason enough for a visit!

For those “in the know” Smashburger has a few Secret Menu items you can order anytime!  We suggest the fried pickles – a tasty surprise but I warn you!  They are addicting!

Seth Goldman, Co-founder and TeaEO, Honest Tea

Seth Goldman, Co-founder and TeaEO, Honest Tea

In addition to all that yummy goodness, they are smashing the convention of consuming burgers with sugary soft drinks by partnering with Honest Tea, the nation’s top-selling organic bottled tea company headquartered in Bethesda, MD.  Honest Tea will be brewed on-location at Smashburger restaurants and pairing suggestions will be offered for the various burgers.  Admittedly, I confess to some skepticism towards the idea of tea with burgers but was pleasantly surprised at the experience!

Bethesda resident, Seth Goldman, Honest Tea’s co-founder and TeaEO states, “We are thrilled to have Smashburger as our first national partner for our freshly brewed organic teas.  Both companies view high-quality ingredients as an integral part of the tasting experience….”  While he may deny having a favorite, I hear that Seth’s secret favorite is the Lemon Herbal Tea offered at Smashburger – a caffeine-free blend of organic Indian tulsi (a unique kind of basil) with lemongrass, lemon peel and lemon myrtle.

While Smashburger definitely offers a tasty Classic burger what I found most exciting were the innovative creations such as the Capital Burger (our Regional Burger with baby arugula among other ingredients) and the unbelievable Truffle Mushroom Swiss Burger…a must-have for any truffle enthusiast.  HINT: order some truffle mayo on the side for your fries!  The BBQ Bacon & Cheddar Burger was another favorite with its applewood-smoked bacon and haystack onions!  Try pairing with the Honest Tea 1/2 and 1/2.

Truffle Mushroom Swiss Burger

Truffle Mushroom Swiss Burger

Smashburger Bethesda opens today, December 11, 2013 and is located at 4903 Cordell Ave.  Hours are 10 AM – 10 PM although they really should consider longer weekend hours for those crawling out of Caddies in need of a late-night binge!

 

A Taste of Latin Fusion in Bethesda

If you are looking for a unique place to grab lunch in Bethesda you should check out Panas Gourmet Empanadas.  They have 14 different flavors of empanadas to choose from including a nice selection of vegetarian options.  These tasty pastries are served nice and hot along with a collection of sauces and plantain chips (which I couldn’t get enough of!).  We ordered the Parranda combo for two for $14. You can pick a selection of eight Empanadas along with four of their sauces and those irresistible chips all served on a fun wooden ‘boat’.

empanada tray

Parranda Combo

They have an afternoon happy hour with half price carafes of Sangria and cheap beer as well as live music on Thursday and Saturday nights from 6 PM – 9 PM.  The dining area’s comfy chairs seated at low tables allow you to really sink in and relax.

If you are looking for something sweet to finish of your meal a Jamundi looks delicious.  It’s a mix of fruit, syrup and condensed milk and looks irresistible!

Panas Gourmet Empanadasis located at 4731-A Elm St in Bethesda right near The Barking Dog.  If you are looking for a break from the monotony of sandwiches and bagels that fill your work week, stop in for a delectable treat.

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Jamundi – Photo from panasgourmet.com

Top 5 Things to do in Bethesda in October

Capital Crescent Trail

Capital Crescent Trail

October is, in my opinion, the most wonderful time of the year.  It started at a young age for me…my birthday is in October.  At my current age however, that is no longer a good thing.  Yet the month remains my favorite of the year!  Football season is in full swing, the weather is wonderful, the leaves are changing color, Oktoberfests abound, pumpkin spice lattes, pumpkin pie and all things pumpkin are aplenty.  What’s not to love?!

Bethesda has some great October fun to offer as well.  Here is our TOP 5 things to do in Bethesda in October:

1.  Taste of Bethesda is usually the first Saturday of the month; this year it’s Saturday, October 5th from 11 AM – 4 PM.  Ticket sales end at 3:30 PM.  Over 60 restaurants will offer samples of some of their best treats while music lovers can enjoy live performances on five stages.  Kids have face painting and art & crafts to look forward to as well.  The event is held across several streets at the Woodmont Triangle area.

2. The Bethesda Row Arts Festival is being held this year from October 19-20th, 2013.  With over 190 artists from around the world featuring works ranging from the sublime to the surprising, you can’t beat a stroll through the streets of Bethesda for this amazing show.  Of course, no event in Bethesda is complete without food, music and fun, and this Festival is no exception!  Admission is free; however, bring your checkbook or credit card.  It’s awfully tough to leave empty handed when you can find some fantastic art to fill your hallowed halls.

3.  A walk on the Capital Crescent Trail in the month of October is different every week as the leaves change color and alight upon your path.  Walk, run, bike or stroll and enjoy the fresh, fall air as you appreciate one of the great features our town has to offer!  One of our personal favorite spots ranges from Little Falls Parkway (mile marker 4.0) down through the Dalecarlia Tunnel at Mile marker 6.5 just before the DC line.

4.  Bethesda abounds with cuisines from around the world!  One of our favorite activities in October is eating lunch or dinner outdoors at one of the 180+ restaurants in downtown Bethesda.  Bethesda Row offers an array of outdoor eating establishments including Mon Ami Gabi, The Mussel Bar, Assagi, Redwood, American Tap Room, Raku and many others!  And if you don’t want to eat outdoors, you can always just enjoy a nice drink at happy hour!

5. Halloween in Bethesda is an event!  From school festivals to neighborhood parties to late-night parties for the big kids, there is something spooky around every corner!  If you want to dress up and let off some steam, try a bar crawl to Union Jack’s, The Barking Dog, Tommy Joe’s or any of the other dozens of sports bars and pubs who are sure to be offering some freaky fun. Hitch a FREE ride around town on the Bethesda Circulator!

October in Bethesda is definitely the most wonderful time of the year!  What do you enjoy most?

~Amy

 

Belly Up to the Chocolate Bar in Bethesda

Store front of the new Max Brenner Chocolate Bar

Store front of the new Max Brenner Chocolate Bar

Looking for a fun date night idea or a unique venue for a birthday party?  A new and original bar coming to Bethesda Row has the solution.  Unlike Max Brenner’s other restaurants in Philadelphia and New York, this new location has been dubbed a chocolate bar and will be serving just dessert all day long.  A little piece of heaven may have just arrived in our town!

The menu includes everything from cocktails topped with marshmallows to a chocolate chunks pizza.  The french fries come dusted in cocoa and they even have a chocolate syringe if you are in need of a quick fix.  As a chocoholic, I am intrigued!

Located at 7263 Woodmont Avenue it was originally planned to open in mid to late June, but has hit a few delays and as of early July we are still waiting..and drooling in anticipation.  We could see doors opening as early as next week. Open! Open! Open! Open!

POST SCRIPT: Max Brenner Bethesda is open as of July 31, 2013!  Check out pictures of some of their delectable treats on this recent article from the Washington Post: Max Brenner Chocolate Bar Opens….

The Best Beer, Band and Bluegrass in Bethesda!

When one of our favorite places combines with one of our favorite entertainers in the Bethesda area, we are compelled to share the news!

19th Street Band at the Irish Inn Wed Nights

19th Street Band at the Irish Inn Wed Nights

Tonight (and every other Wednesday night) the 19th Street Band is playing at The Irish Inn at Glen Echo beginning at 8 PM.  The 19th Street Band trio includes Caolaidhe on guitar, Meghan on the fiddle and Mike on the upright bass.  The three bring the house down at every performance with a variety of songs including popular country, Celtic, rock and even some bluegrass music!  They get the crowd on their feet and having fun with their impressive acoustic performances and engaging personalities.  You can’t help singing and smiling after attending one of their shows!

The Irish Inn adds the warm, inviting pub atmosphere to the experience and of course, the good beer!  My personal favorite is Kilkenny, an Irish cream beer that originated in Kilkenny, Ireland.  Another little “must have” at the Irish Inn at Glen Echo is their calamari, believe it or not.  It’s pretty fantastic – or at least I thought so last time I was there…of course I had consumed a couple beers and sang a few good songs with the band so the mood was highly elevated!

If you’re looking for a great way to relax, unwind and have some fun, I highly recommend a visit to The Irish Inn on any Wednesday night that the 19th Street Band is playing!  Perhaps we will see you there on the dance floor, clapping your hands and singing along!  Cheers!

The Best Kept Cookie Secret in Bethesda

Potbelly Cookie Display...my mouth is watering

Potbelly Cookie Display

On occasion one can have a killer craving for good, soft chewy cookies and a tall glass of milk.  In Bethesda, my favorite cookie can be found not at a bakery nor at any sweet shop but rather at PotBelly Sandwich Shop located at 4731 Elm Street in Bethesda.

Sure you may all know that Potbelly is great for soups, sandwiches, chips and even milkshakes but did you know that their oatmeal chocolate chip cookies are to die for?!  I never could understand why someone would put a raisin in an oatmeal cookie when you can add a chip of something wonderfully chocolate into every bite.  To the Potbelly person who decided it would be better to add chocolate chips than raisins, I say “thank you!”

Potbelly is open until 10 PM on Fridays and Saturdays and until 8 PM Sundays – Thursdays to satisfy your cravings.  I cannot guarantee they will have any oatmeal chocolate chip cookies left because I may beat you to the punch!  But they also offer sugar cookies and chocolate brownie cookies too!

The World is your Grilled Oyster!

IMG_2059My mother had been prodding me to join her for dinner.  You know how your mom can be. For weeks – no months – she has been “suggesting” that we eat at the Grilled Oyster located in the Cabin John Shopping Center (301) 299-9888.  I should have listened to my mother…My step father Claxton Walker, who we affectionately called Cap’n Clack, was a sailing man – a skipper brave and sure (in an odd coincidence I’m related to the Skipper on Gilligan’s Island as well!)  Clacky, as we called him, loved to sail on the Chesapeake Bay and loved to grill oysters outside his home in St. Michaels.  He cut old 50 gallon oil drum cans in half and welded rebar to the tops for the grilling surface.  He made some serious grilled oysters.  I should have known if my mother liked a place called the Grilled Oyster it must serve up some good seafood and the Grilled Oyster does not disappoint. Of course they have grilled oysters on the half-shell, served with a Stoli Citron cocktail sauce that really clears the sinus.  They have a half-dozen or so grilled oyster appetizers and meals to choose from.

But the Grilled Oyster is more than oysters. They have an extensive menu of expertly prepared seafood items including clams, shrimp, mussels, calamari, crab, rock fish, salmon, and scallops – all fire grilled, fried, and tastefully stewed.  For the land and animal lovers there are a few selections too including hummus, salads, vegetable orzo, as well as grilled filet mignon and rosemary chicken.  The wine list is ample with plenty of choices by the glass at reasonable prices.  It’s also clear that the local owners have taken pride in a well stocked bar with classic favorites, draft beers and “hard cider.”  Mint Julep anyone?  How about a happy hour “oyster shooter!” You can’t beat that shot for $4.  The brunch menu features Maryland eggs Benedict served with crab cakes!  Yum!  Ever have a hunker’n for grits?  This is your place.

The restaurant is open 11:00 am to 10:00 pm daily and an hour later on Friday and Saturday nights.  It seats 100+ and is very nicely appointed.  They’ve also put some tables outside if you want to watch the strip mall traffic – I admit I’d love it even more on Woodmont Avenue.  The staff was amazingly friendly and very enthusiastic about the menu having no doubt tried, tested and become addicted to it all.

I’m going back to the Grilled Oyster again.  I’m going to toast Cap’n Clacky with an oyster shooter soon.  Mom was right.  Why don’t I ever listen?

 

Falafelly Good at Roti Mediterranean Grill

Friendly staff at Roti in Bethesda

Friendly staff at Roti in Bethesda

Brian and I were lucky enough to have a sneak peek last week of the new Roti Mediterranean Grill located at 10321 Westlake Drive right next to Westfield Montgomery Mall.  The restaurant opened its first location in Chicago and now they have sprung up in New York, DC, Virginia and Maryland.  Although they have a video story on their website,  I wasn’t sure what “Roti” was all about when we drove up to the very crowded parking lot for this big sneak preview event on March 8th.  My interest was quickly piqued.

Roti Mediterranean Grill has a slogan, “Food that loves you back.”  While it seemed presumptuous of them to assume I would love it, I humbly confess…I love it!

Roti Mediterranean Grill Bethesda

Roti Mediterranean Grill Bethesda

Their focus is on serving freshly made food using healthy ingredients full of tasty spices and complimented with homemade sauces.  Their bread is baked daily and they incorporate things like fresh vegetables, house-made hummus, cous-cous, organic chickpeas and “naturally raised” chicken into their menu.  The flavors were unique and I am looking forward to trying all of their sauces – my favorite this first visit being the dill, yogurt and cucumber sauce.  For those who are embracing the gluten-free lifestyle, Roti has lots of options available for you too.

But what about taste?

Well, they knocked it out of the park for me on taste!  My favorite item was the fresh falafel made with organic chickpeas on their “Noshes” menu.  I always WANT to love falafel but have, in the past, been left with a dry mouth full of tasteless chickpeas.  Well, not at Roti.  Finally, I found moist, tasty falafel (my mouth is watering right now thinking about it).  I may just pop in for a falafel snack to-go on occasion!

Brian's kabobs smothered in yummy Red Pepper Aioli sauce

Brian’s kabobs smothered in yummy Red Pepper Aioli sauce

The entrees menu includes a choice of wrap or pita sandwiches, salads, rice plates or double chicken kabob plates.  Brian selected the kabob meal and really enjoyed it.  The sauces and spices were terrific as a compliment and we loved the side of flat bread – warm and fresh.  I sound like they are paying me to promote them but I promise you, it’s just my unsolicited opinion…I like the place a lot….ok, ok, I loved it!

What about the price?

We were pleasantly surprised.  The sandwiches were $6.75 and the rice plates and salad plates were $7.75.  Kabobs, $9.00 (check the website for current pricing: Roti Menu).  Not bad, especially for food I enjoyed that didn’t leaving me feeling like I got supersized by eating it!  Service was fabulous when we visited that day.  The staff were friendly, smiling and helpful.  We assume they will remain that way long after the Grand Opening.

One last insider tip: Brian suggests you add a cookie to your entree.  They were positively addicting and a perfect sweet compliment to a nicely spiced meal!

Sundae at CPK, just $1. Good time….priceless!

SundaeLet’s face it a dollar bill just does not go very far these days.  But it does at the California Pizza Kitchen at Westfield Montgomery  (a.k.a. Montgomery Mall to the old timers in the area). Recently I took my boys out to dinner at this restaurant located near Nordstrom in the Mall and, after getting the usual kids fare (chicken tenders and pizza), we ordered the $1.00 sundae. It’s only a dollar if you order one of the kid’s entrees and it’s plenty big for my guys (ages 6 and 9). It was a hit. The hot fudge is old fashioned and really makes the dessert.  How do I know?  Much to the chagrin of the kids I have a routine when I want to sample of their food.  I grab the spoon and take a bite and then say in a deep voice, “safety check.”  After appearing to really analyze the bite taken I give the “o.k. it’s all clear and safe to eat.”  This is usually followed by groans and howls from the kids who complain bitterly about my food stealing on a false pretense.  Head over to CPK and don’t forget the “safety check!”

Cheers to The Majestic Bar & Grill

Majestic

We ducked into The Majestic Bar & Grill recently on a very cold January afternoon in hopes of finding comfort, both in terms of food and temperature, and we found it all here.  Located at 7141 Wisconsin Avenue, adjacent to the Farm Women’s Cooperative Market at the intersection of Wisconsin and Bethesda Avenues, The Majestic occupies the former Gaffney’s restaurant location and there is free parking after 5:00 p.m. next door at the Farm Women’s Market.  The decor has been nicely transformed into a comfortable, Cheers like, bar atmosphere with a large deep wooden bar with a bank of large screen T.V.’s to catch all the sports action.  We arrived mid-afternoon so it was pretty quiet and the friendly staff seated us in a booth that was easy on our cold bones.  The Majestic Bar & Grill was inspired by the owner Stefan Lalos’s grandfather.  His grandfather came to America just after the turn of the century from Northern Greece and founded the original Majestic in 1925 in Ohio. Having made his mark in the IT field with a successful company, Stefan wanted to try his hand at a neighborhood bar and restaurant that he himself would really enjoy. When the opportunity for Stefan to continue his family’s restaurant tradition in Bethesda developed he jumped at the chance.

Bar

The Majestic offers a nice selection of soups, salads, appetizers/pub fare, sandwiches and dinner entrees with a few surprises you don’t expect to find at a neighborhood bar and grill, such as Maryland style crab cakes topped with bacon.  The bar has plenty of beers on tap and a nice selection of cocktails including a collection of scotches. Our server said we should try one of their “signature” burgers offered in sirloin, turkey, duck & bacon, or bison!  It was a generous burger with a great bun (always a must-have) and topped with sauteed and fresh onion, lettuce and tomato.  I was a happy camper and The Majestic offers “Burger Wednesday” with discounted burgers the whole day! Thursday Night is ladies night with discounted cocktails from 4 pm to 1 am.  They have an awesome outdoor patio as well that will be open when the warm weather returns!  That reminds me.  The bar and grill is open until 1:00 a.m. every night and 2:00 a.m. on Friday and Saturdays.  There are not too many places for great food and drink in Bethesda at that late hour so keep that The Majestic in mind when the late night munchies hit you.  The Majestic’s slogan is “eat well. drink happy.  repeat.”  That’s just what we intend to do. ~ Brian

POST SCRIPT: In mid-2013, The Majestic Bar & Grill closed. 

Day 342: Voila! It's Vino Volo!

Vino Volo Bethesda Row

Vino Volo Bethesda Row

Voila!  There it is!  The perfect place in Bethesda to share some wine and good eating with friends.  Like Goldilocks seeking the perfect bed, I have sought the perfect place to tip a glass of red or white that doesn’t come with sports TV blaring in the background or in a cramped, standing-room-only wine shop.   Vino Volo is just right for any type of gathering.

Meeting a friend for happy hour and a small bite?  Perfect!  Try sampling their wine flights while seated at the bar.  Looking to create a wine tasting event for friends or special clients?  Vino Volo’s wine tasting room evokes the feeling of a rustic winery in the heart of Bethesda Row.  Meeting a small group of friends for lunch or a business meeting?  Look no further.  Vino Volo has plenty of room to seat your group comfortably in their restaurant and they offer a delectable menu to accompany their unique wine selections.

Tasting Room Bethesda

Tasting Room Bethesda

Vino Volo has won a place in the hearts of many a weary traveler who found solace in their airport retreats throughout the US.  In fact all of their other locations are situated on concourses.  Their airport wine bars offer an escape from the hustle and bustle of travel and a place to relax and refresh your spirits.

The new Bethesda location is their first departure from the gates of the airport halls.  Someone must have known that Bethesda was a safe bet for their first “baggage-free” location, as we are lovers of good food and drinks in this town.

The wine list at Vino Volo is quite unique -a refreshing change from the same ‘ole wine list I have noticed elsewhere.  The food choices are intriguing with menu options at this location that are more extensive than what their airport shops can offer.

Sample their creatively named wine flights during your visit or opt for wines by the glass or bottle.  The staff is helpful and friendly and the atmosphere is relaxed and warm.  Vino Volo is an exciting addition to our Bethesda restaurant and bar scene.  For more details about Vino Volo check out their website at www.vinovolobethesdarow.com.

Cheers,  Amy

Vino Volo Bethesda

Vino Volo Bethesda

Day 137: Calling all Bethesda Fashionistas to The Front Row!

The Front Row May 17-19, 2012

I keep seeing signs all over the Bethesda Lane/Bethesda Avenue corridor about “The Front Row” coming May 17-19th.  Curiosity finally got the best of me and I looked it up.  Glad I did because you will either want to avoid the chaos downtown or seize the opportunity for what may be some great buys, good meal deals and a great time with friends over the next 3 days – your choice!

The Front Row will be held May 17-19, 2012 and offer 40+ fashion events plus special menus and happy hours at local restaurants, celebrity guests, family fun and other events.  Some of the highlights include the following:

THURSDAY –  Washingtonian Magazine fashion editor Kate Bennett hosts a special film screening at Landmark’s Bethesda Row Theater of the award-winning documentary God Save My Shoes.   There will be a Q&A session afterward with the film’s producer.  The event kicks off at 7:30pm at 7235 Woodmont Ave. and is first-come, first serve, although the  Bethesda Row web site lists an RSVP at: [email protected].  Jaleo, Mussel Bar, Assaggi and Mon Ami Gabi will have happy hour specials before the film.  PLUS there will be trunk shows and sales at Urban Chic, Urban Country and Ginger.  Top it all off with a shoe cupcake from Georgetown Cupcake. 

FRIDAY fashion fun continues with a runway show at 7:30pm.  The VIP guest, Andy Cohen (who is the host of Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live) will be there and has offered to sign his new book at Redwood Restaurant.  Cocktail specials are being offered at Redwood to make your time waiting in line a little less tedious. There will be extended hours on Bethesda Lane to shop the specials offered by local retailers until 9pm.

SATURDAY from 11 AM – 2 PM is a day all about your junior fashionistas with fashion trunk shows, sales and specials plus family fun including balloon animals, art projects, and cooking classes for the kids.  Equinox will also offer a free class EQ360 (no membership required) at 3 PM.  My advice is to get there early.

All the details for the three-day event can be found at the Bethesda Row website at: http://bethesdarow.com/events/specials 

Have fun either enjoying the events at The Front Row or avoiding downtown Bethesda and sticking around the back 40 for 3-days!

~Amy

Day 114: Monday Fun Day in Bethesda

Big Fat Hot Dogs at Bold Bite

OK so we know that Mondays can get you down, especially rainy, chilly Mondays like today.  So what better way to wash away the blues than to eat and drink yourself merry?!  Here are some great Monday deals you can check out in Bethesda:

BURGER MONDAY at PARKERS RESTAURANT – buy one and get one for 99 cents.  They have some good options on french fries too, including my personal favorite, sweet potato fries.

If burgers aren’t your thing, how about hot dogs? 

HAPPY HOUR from 2:30 – 5:30 PM at BOLD BITE DOGS & FRIES – buy one combo and get a naked dog for free!

Cafe Deluxe Bethesda - Elm St

If you want to skip the picnic fare and go right to the beverages, try 1/2 price wine on Mondays at CAFE DELUXE  or $4 GUINNESS plus 1/2 off oysters at RI-RA IRISH PUB.

No matter how you choose to cure the Monday blues, remember to share some food and fun with your friends – the best way to brighten any day.     ~Amy

Day 108: Spring Restaurant Week in Bethesda…Accessorize your Palate

It’s time again to enjoy the airy pleasures of an outdoor evening meal or an afternoon sandwich in the sun with friends.  Bethesda’s restaurant week is a great excuse to do so!  Restaurant Week is happening NOW, April 16th – 22nd, 2012 at participating restaurants including:

Bethesda's Restaurant Week, April 2012

Assaggi Mozzarella Bar

Cafe Deluxe

Jaleo

Le Pain Quotidien

 Lebanese Taverna

Redwood

Mon Ami Gabi

Vapiano

Raku

Tandoori Nights

Parker’s Classic American

Three course lunches are $15 and three-course dinners are $30.  Reservations are highly recommended, especially for dinner.

You can check out their menus for the week (makes my mouth water to read them!) and also sign up to win a $200 dining certificate at www.BethesdaRow.com.

Buen Provecho!     ~Amy