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
Located inside the Anthropologie & Co. at Bethesda Row, this quaint cafe changes its menu with the seasons. Look for cheese boards; salads; toast topped with eggplant, smoked salmon or fig; and entrees such as duck breast and a fried cauliflower sandwich.
The colorful interior of this Thai restaurant features fun and quirky decor, much of it from Thailand. A roster of street foods like what you would find at a Thai night festival includes cucumber salad, catfish dry curry, spicy eggplant, and peppery garlic fried rice with shrimp.
The owners of The Daily Dish in Silver Spring serve comfort food made with local ingredients in a 2,800-square-foot space in Kensington. Maryland crab soup, steak frites, burgers and house-made desserts are on the menu. Children's menu, L, D, $$
This Chesapeake-style seafood eatery relocated from Potomac’s Cabin John Village to the Kentlands in Gaithersburg. You’ll find salads, lobster pasta, a poke bowl, a burger and mussels. The sampler of grilled oysters—with ingredients such as spinach and bourbon—showcases the namesake item.
With fare the restaurant describes as “modern Irish Americana cuisine,” you’ll find a few Irish classics alongside Grilled Baby Gem Caesar Salad and a mushroom and black bean veggie burger at this dark and cozy spot at the Collection at Chevy Chase. End a meal with sticky toffee pudding.