Small Bites: Urban Butcher Reopens Full-time with New Menu, Updated Interior

Small Bites: Urban Butcher Reopens Full-time with New Menu, Updated Interior

Plus: Fu Shing Café closing; Free burgers for a year promotion at Bobby’s Burger Palace

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Urban Butcher is now open six days a week after a renovation to update its interior.

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Urban Butcher reopens fulltime with new menu, updated interior

The Silver Spring steak house returned to operating six days a week in mid-June, after renovations that involved adorning the restaurant with bold urban art.

The red-and-black color scheme provides a “truly authentic space,” owner Raynold Mendizábal said in a statement.

The Urban Butcher menu now includes items such as colossal whole prawns served with crustacean mayonnaise, charred globe artichokes with picatta butter, and cucumbers and strawberries with horseradish, Mendizábal said.

The restaurant has also completed its Ossabaw Ham Project, a four-year venture that involved curing legs from the Ossabaw Island hog. The hams are seasoned then smoked for three winters, and will now be sliced tableside for customers. A two-ounce serving of the meat is $16.

“I promise we will keep on sourcing meticulously, pushing flavors to the bold, and showing you a great time,”

The restaurant is at 8226 Georgia Ave.

Source of the Spring first reported the Urban Butcher update.

Fu Shing Café closing next week

The Chinese restaurant in Bethesda announced it would close on July 1 through a sign posted on its door.

Fu Shing served the community for two decades, according to the sign.

“Thank you for choosing Fu Shing Café for 20 years, we will miss this restaurant the most because of the people,” the sign read.

“We need to retire,” an employee added.

The restaurant is at 10315 Westlake Drive near the Westfield Montgomery mall.

The MoCo Show first reported the closing.

Free burgers for a year at Bobby’s Burger Palace

The fast-casual restaurant chain is offering a complimentary burger a week for the next year to the customer who spends the most from June 24 to July 24.

Customers have to be a member of the Bobby’s Burger Palace rewards program to win. Membership can be gained by creating an account through the restaurant’s app.

One member at each location will also be selected to receive a $100 gift card to the restaurant.

The lone Bobby’s Burger Palace in the county is in Westfield Montgomery mall.

Buy one get one bowls at Poke Dojo in Bethesda

The recently-opened Hawaiian restaurant at Bethesda Row is offering the deal through the end of June.

Poke Dojo has diced raw fish bowls, dumplings and ramen, among other items. Customers can build their own bowls by choosing a rice, sauce, proteins and toppings. Bowls are around $12 to $15.

The restaurant is owned and operated by the owners of Hanaro Sushi in Bethesda and Kusshi Sushi in North Bethesda.

Poke Dojo is at 7110 Bethesda Lane.

Rosé menu at Season 52 in North Bethesda

The grill and wine bar launched its Rosé All Day menu on Tuesday, featuring a drink menu crafted by its Advanced Sommelier.

New items include Tasmanian sparkling wine Jansz Brut Rosé, Provence rosé Vanderpump Dry Rosé and Rosé Sangria-Royal Post Rosé.

One in three bottles purchased at the restaurant was rosé, according to a news release.

Charlie Wright can be reached at charlie.wright@bethesdamagazine.com

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