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K Town Bistro1. K Town Bistro
331 reviews
French | Kensington, Maryland - DC Suburbs

I love this restaurant! Been coming since it opened, and hope to continue for a long time. More

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Manalu Italian Restaurant2. Manalu Italian Restaurant
408 reviews
Italian | Frederick, Maryland - DC Suburbs

Love this place. The food is over the top great. Service always great. We eat here whenever we get the chance and it reminds us of our visits to Italy. Always try something different and everything is great. More

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The Wine Kitchen on the Creek3. The Wine Kitchen on the Creek
1729 reviews
American | Frederick, Maryland - DC Suburbs

Our waiter Tim C. was fabulous, all of the servers were so friendly. The food was out of this world! By far the best brunch in Frederick in my opinion! More

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4938 reviews
American | Frederick, Maryland - DC Suburbs

Great food. The tasting menu was wonderful, though a couple of dishes were too heavy on the salt. More

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JoJo's Restaurant & Tap House5. JoJo's Restaurant & Tap House
457 reviews
American | Frederick, Maryland - DC Suburbs

Everything was great. There is a range of prices - from steaks and fish at the high end and burgers and tacos at the lower end, which was nice. Great beer menu. More

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Rips Country InnRips Country Inn
Comfort Food | Bowie, Maryland - DC Suburbs

Rips Country Inn family owned and operated, the restaurant personifies "home away from home..." Customers are greeted with smiles and welcomed with opened arms. All customers are treated as family- from the customers that dine with us regularly to the first time customers. No one is ever turned away from our table.

We pride ourselves on fresh and home-made food. Everything is cooked from scratch. We offer comfort with a kick- those homemade favorites that have just a little something more. We also offer an array of steaks and seafood dishes that entice the palate. Our food is meant to be enjoyed and we thoroughly hope you do. The uniqueness of our facility doesn't end with smiling faces and home cooked food.More

Sauciety at The Westin National HarborSauciety at The Westin National Harbor
American | National Harbor, Maryland - DC Suburbs

Join us for a gratifying "Eat Well" experience at Sauciety. Enjoy a revival of familiar and regional cuisine. Food meticulously and carefully prepared with focus on pairing Superfoods to promote Wellness and Healthy Living. At Sauciety we believe wholesome, comforting, and tasty food is the new Modern.More

XC Ninety Restaurant and LoungeXC Ninety Restaurant and Lounge
American | Largo, Maryland - DC Suburbs

Come experience exquisite American with a touch of fusion dining at XC Bar& Bistro. Enjoy a full service breakfast with a choice of breakfast buffet or a lunch that offers a variety of salads, regional specialties and some of the best sandwiches in town. Dinner offers items such as our famous Maryland Crab Cakes, Roasted Chicken, Angus beef steaks cooked-to-order, vegetarian specialties, healthy choices and Chesapeake Bay seafood specialties as well as light desserts and an excellent wine selection.More

Discover Rockville

Hosting visiting dignitaries as well as immigrants from all over the world, the Washington, D.C., area is the most ethnically diverse region of America. Not surprisingly, this has resulted in an extensive international restaurant scene. You can feast on Ethiopian delights for lunch followed by a refined class of French wine at a tucked-away bistro by night. From streetside vendors hawking D.C.-style hot dogs to business people engaging in lunchtime conversations over a fresh salad from neighboring Maryland, visitors can find virtually anything their palate desires in Rockville. Cultural adventure is the hallmark of cuisine in the D.C. area. Restaurants go to great lengths to recreate the dishes of their homeland for all to enjoy, so you can sample a variety of dishes from around the world.