The annual eating extravaganza starts this week.
Food And Dining
Sunday, January 20, 2013
A new barbeque restaurant has debuted in the Woodmont Triangle, Bethesda Magazine reports.
Thursday, January 17, 2013
Start planning your meals for Jan. 24 through Feb. 3 with this list of participating restaurants.
Bethesda-Chevy Chase Restaurant Week is almost here and eight restaurants have been added to the lineup since we first announced the participants list. Start planning your meals for Jan. 24 through Feb. 3 with this list of participating restaurants, found on the B-CC Restaurant Week website: Assaggi Mozzarella Bar Bezu Restaurant Black's Bar & Kitchen Brasserie Monte Carlo Capital Grille—Chevy Chase Freddy's Lobster & Clams Geppetto Restaurant Grapeseed Jaleo—Bethesda La Ferme Lebanese Taverna Le Vieux Logis Mon Ami Gabi Nest Cafe Normandie Farm Oakville Grille & Wine Bar Old Angler's Inn Passage To India Persimmon Restaurant RAKU—Bethesda Redwood Restaurant Tavira Restaurant Vino Volo Price points and addresses can be found here. B-CC …
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Organizers published the list of participating restaurants late Thursday morning.
Bethesda-Chevy Chase Restaurant Week is almost here. Start planning your meals for Jan. 24 through Feb. 3 with this list of participating restaurants, found on the B-CC Restaurant Week website: Assaggi Mozzarella Bar La Ferme Louisiana Kitchen & Bayou Bar Old Angler’s Inn Passage To India Black's Bar & Kitchen Brasserie Monte Carlo Mon Ami Gabi Persimmon Restaurant Capital Grille – Chevy Chase Nest Café RAKU – Bethesda Freddy’s Lobster & Clams Normandie Farm Tavira Restaurant Price points and addresses can be found here. B-CC Restaurant Week diners will notice a few changes to the semi-annual event this year: more varied price points and a new sponsor. Meals begin at $12 or $16 for two courses at lunch. For dinner, customers can spend $22…
Winter’s version takes place Jan. 24 through Feb. 3.
Discounted fine dining begins in Bethesda just ahead of DC Restaurant Week. Bethesda-Chevy Chase Restaurant Week diners will notice a few changes to the semi-annual event this year: more varied price points and a new sponsor. Winter’s version takes place Jan. 24 through Feb. 3. Meals begin at $12 or $16 for two courses at lunch. For dinner, customers can spend $22 for two courses or $33 for three courses, according to Bethesda Magazine. The Bethesda-Chevy Chase Restaurant Week website is expected to announce the participating restaurants soon. Update: Check out the list of participating restaurants here. In addition, Bethesda Magazine replaces The Washington Post as the event’s lead media sponsor, according to an announcement on the …
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Foodie news from around Montgomery County and adjacent Washington, DC, neighborhoods.
Get caught up with the food scene in Montgomery County and Washington, DC, neighborhoods with "1 Meat, 3 Sides." This week, The Washington Post's "Fall Dining Guide" takes center plate: One Meat: The Post's "Fall Dining Guide"—featuring Post restaurant critic Tom Sietsema's top 40 picks in the Maryland-Virginia-DC region—is out, and a few restaurants in Montgomery County made the cut: All three restaurants received two stars. Read the full list on The Post's website. Three Sides: Bobby's Burger Palace, the burger chain launched by celebrity chef Bobby Flay, could be opening a new location within a year at the Westfield Montgomery Mall, Bethesda Magazine reported. The new location of the eatery is part of a major expansion planned for the …
Friday, September 7, 2012
Through "Dine Out, Maryland"—a new program running all September—patrons of participating restaurants can save up to 20 percent on their checks.
Move over restaurant week—September is Dine Out month. Throughout September, nearly 200 restaurants in Maryland will offer special 20 percent discounts as part of a new program, Dine Out, Maryland. Sponsored by the Restaurant Association of Maryland, the initiative is to help promote association members (i.e., your local restaurant businesses) during September, which is traditionally a slower month in the restaurant industry, according to Dine Out, Maryland's website. To get the discount, print out the coupon, visit a participating restaurant during the month of September, and mention to your server before ordering that you have a "Dine Out, Maryland" coupon to use. The 20 percent discount may or may not include alcohol, set meal prices or…
Friday, June 15, 2012
This week, crab cakes take center plate, surrounded by news of a new lobster restaurant, bacon sundaes and a good showing by Montgomery County restaurants in a "most valuable restaurants" list.
Get caught up with the food scene in Montgomery County and adjacent Washington, DC, neighborhoods with "1 Meat, 3 Sides." This week, Maryland "crab fakes" take center plate: One Meat: What's behind our state's signature dish? Not a whole lot of home-grown muscle, it turns out. When it comes to Maryland crab cakes, "the little-known truth is that our region’s signature dish is rarely regional. More than 43 million pounds of crab meat are imported into Maryland each year, but the Maryland crab meat industry only produces about 700,000 pounds. That means less than 2 percent is from Maryland," Washington City Paper reported. "The rest [of the crab meat served in the state] is shipped in from Venezuela, China, Vietnam, the Philippines, …
Monday, June 11, 2012
This week, bivalves take center plate, surrounded by gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches and homemade soda and beer.
Get caught up with the food scene in Montgomery County and Washington, D.C., neighborhoods with "1 Meat, 3 Sides." This week, bivalves take center plate: One Meat: Later this year, we'll have two new choices of bivalve protein: the Black Pearl and the Old Black Salts, which will be available at Bethesda's Black's Bar and Kitchen (7750 Woodmont Ave.), as well as at BlackSalt, Pearl Dive Oyster Palace and Black Jack in DC. Jeff Black, the restaurateur behind the four restaurants, hails from the Gulf Coast, whose oysters are known for their saltiness. The Black Pearl oysters will be grown by the Toby Island Bay Oysters, located in a fairly salty part of Chincoteague Bay on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. The Old Black Salts will be grown in an even…