QUINCY’S BAR & GRILLE
616 Quince Orchard Road, 301-869-8200,
quincysgroup.com. Energetic neighborhood pub
with a sports bar atmosphere, Quincy’s also has
an extensive menu with wings, pizza, build-your-own burgers and chicken sandwiches, plus entrées
including Guinness-braised brisket. Live music is
also a big draw. L D $
RED HOT & BLUE
16811 Crabbs Branch Way, 301-948-7333,
redhotandblue.com. You’ll ;nd generous portions of
hickory-smoked barbecue, plus burgers, salads and
wraps, and a Southern attitude at this chain popular
for its of;ce party takeout and its family-friendly,
kitschy roadhouse décor. J L D $
RUTH’S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE
106 Crown Park Ave. (Downtown Crown), 301-990-
1926, ruthschris.com. See Bethesda listing.
SARDI’S POLLO A LA BRASA
430 N. Frederick Ave., 301-977-3222, sardis
chicken.com. Yes, there’s charbroiled chicken, but
don’t miss the other Peruvian specialties, especially
the ceviche and Salchipapas, a true Peruvian street
food of thinly sliced pan-fried beef hot dogs mixed
with french fries and served with condiments.
L D $
106 Market St., 301-947-4007, tandoorinightsmd.
com. See Bethesda listing. ; L D $
9811 Washingtonian Blvd., L- 9, 301-947-8330,
tarathai.com. See Bethesda listing.
; L D $$
220 Ellington Blvd. (Downtown Crown), 301-
990-0600, tedsbulletin.com. First Maryland
location of the modern diner chainlet from the
folks at Matchbox Food Group. Boozy milkshakes,
homemade pop tarts and the Cinnamon Roll As Big
As Ya Head (served weekends only) are among the
specialties. ; J B R L D $$
TED’S MONTANA GRILL
105 Ellington Blvd. (Downtown Crown), 301-330-
0777, tedsmontanagrill.com. First Maryland
location of billionaire and bison rancher Ted
Turner’s restaurant chain, which uses bison as the
showpiece in a humongous selection of dishes,
including burgers, meatloaf, nachos and chili.
Soups, salads, American classics and spiked
milkshakes also available at this saloon-style
eatery. ; J L D $$
657 Center Point Way, 301-990-3699, thaitanium
restaurant.com. Authentic Thai food laced with lots
of chilies and garlic as hot as you like. Try one of the
Thai street food dishes, such as roasted pork with
Thai herbed sweet sauce and noodle soups.
; J L D $
231 Rio Blvd. (RIO Washingtonian Center), 240-632-
2150, unclejulios.com. See Bethesda listing.
;;J R L D $$
705 Center Point Way, 301-977-1011, vasilis
kitchen.com. Tan and brown décor lends a cozy vibe
to this 4,700-square-foot Kentlands restaurant.
The owners ran the popular Vasili’s Mediterranean
Grill in another Kentlands location for more than a
decade before closing it to focus on Vasili’s Kitchen.
The Mediterranean menu is heavy on seafood
dishes. ; J D $$
THE WINE HARVEST, THE KENTLANDS
114 Market St., 301-869-4008, thewineharvest.
com. Stop by this popular Cheers-like wine bar
locally owned by the Meyrowitz family for a glass of
wine or a Belgian beer. The menu includes salads,
sandwiches and cheese plates. ; L D $
317 Main St., 301-963-0001. yoyogisushi.wixsite.
com/yoyogisushi. A no-nonsense neighborhood
sushi place offering the familiar sushi, teriyaki,
tempura and green tea or red bean ice cream.
;;L D $
ZIKI JAPANESE STEAK HOUSE
10009 Fields Road, 301-330-3868, zikisteakhouse.
com. This large steak house on a busy corner
charms patrons with its fountains, stone Buddhas
and geisha mannequins. Food offerings include
sushi, as well as meats cooked on a tableside
hibachi. J L D $$
ADDIE’S (EDITORS’ PICK)
12435 Park Potomac Ave., 301-340-0081, addies
restaurant.com. Longtime North Bethesda
restaurant from the Black Restaurant Group that
closed in 2013 is reborn in the Park Potomac
development. Date nights call for the signature
entrées for two. Larger groups might opt for the
supreme Seafood Tower, a mega assortment of daily
seafood specials. ; R L D $$
7913 Tuckerman Lane (Cabin John Shopping Center
& Mall), 301-765-3354, cabinjohn.attmansdeli.
com. This landmark Baltimore deli has run a second
location in Potomac since 2013. The menu offers
the same legendary corned beef, pastrami and
other deli specialties. Third-generation owner Marc
Attman is at the helm. J B L D $
BROOKLYN’S DELI & CATERING
1089 Seven Locks Road, 301-340-3354, brooklyns
delimd.com. From chopped liver to chicken soup,
Brooklyn’s serves all the deli specialties, plus more.
Think hot pastrami with coleslaw and Russian
dressing on pumpernickel. ; J B L D $
7991 Tuckerman Lane (Cabin John Village), 301-
200-5398, cava.com. See Bethesda listing.
;;L D $
12525-D Park Potomac Ave., 301-838-4010,
elevationburger.com. Fast-food burgers go organic
and grass-fed at this Northern Virginia-founded
chain. Veggie burgers, chicken sandwiches, grilled
cheese and a BLT available, too. Shake ;avors
range from banana to Key lime and cheesecake.
; L D $
7745 Tuckerman Lane (Cabin John Shopping Center
& Mall), 301-296-6168, gregoriostrattoria.com.
Proprietor Greg Kahn aims to make everyone feel
at home at this family-owned restaurant serving
a hit parade of traditional Italian favorites, with all
the familiar pasta, pizza, chicken, veal and seafood
dishes; the gluten-free menu offers pizza, cheese
ravioli and quinoa pastas. J L D $$
YOUR “GO TO” SPOT
IN CATHEDRAL COMMONS &
CABIN JOHN SHOPPING CENTER
Yes, our oysters are awesome
but there’s a lot more you’ll
• Fresh local seafood
• Burgers, tacos & salads
• Weekend brunch