Located on the outskirts of the city, accessibility is not one of Monocacy Crossing's strong points. But the restaurants popularity proves that people are willing to make an effort and travel the distance for a good dining experience. It would be quite easy to mistake the cozy looking house in which the restaurant sits, for a private residence if not for the prominent sign up front. Enter inside, and the atmosphere gets much more cozier and welcoming. Warm red hues dominate the dining room and the subdued lighting gives it a comfortable, almost homely feel. On offers is a fantastic selection of contemporary American specialties that's bound to delight one and all. Steaks and seafood receive good representation on the menu while creations like 'Red Miso Glazed Salmon over Purple Sticky Rice' warrant a try. A choice of salads prove to be good accompaniments. The wine list is well-chosen and offers some great options from California as well as other regions like France, Italy and Germany. Sit out at the large outdoor area for a delightfully casual meal.
Sitting at the ground level of the beautiful Hendrickson Building downtown, Isabella's renders an experience that's as striking as its surroundings. Exposed brick walls greet you inside and stand testimony to the history of the place. Most of the interiors retain the its original features, with some thoughtful contemporary touches and lighting choices making for an elegant, yet comfortable dining room. Tapas is the name of the game at Isabella's and you'll thoroughly enjoy the superb variety on offer. Apart from this, the extensive menu of Spanish specialties including classics like paella is sure to please one and all. Food menu changes seasonally and makes use of the freshest produce available. The wine list has a fair amount of variety, with some great choices in champagnes and bottled reds and whites. Try the sherries and sangria for an authentic experience. The patio is a popular affair.
Ranking among Eldersburg's favorite Italian restaurants, Liberatore has been delighting the city's palate for more than two decades now. Hearty Italian cooking dominates the kitchen at Liberatore with the menu offering an extensive choice in meat and seafood specialties. The pasta selection is diverse and should not be missed. The separate menu for kids should keep the little ones happy. The atmosphere inside is cozy with wooden hues and subtle lighting creating a warm vibe. The dining room has a constant, but non-interfering buzz with families and friends as well as couples making up the diverse crowd. The restaurant specializes in catering and hosting private events is a pleasure, with two characteristic spaces to accommodate varying size of groups. First of the five stellar locations to open around Maryland, Liberatore is the place to go for a hearty Italian meal with family or friends.
Budding culinary and hospitality professionals toil hard to make your experience, a memorable one at 200 Monroe. Part of the FCC Culinary Arts & Hospitality Institute, the restaurant provides a fantastic experience of a working restaurant to its students as they endeavor to graduate to a professional level. Experienced hands deftly guide the amateurs as they take on every challenge from cooking to plating and serving. The regularly changing menu offers a good amount of diversity everything from pizzas and steaks to seafood making an appearance. The spacious dining room, with warm lighting accents, overlooking the open kitchen a cozy affair and makes for a comfortable atmosphere. Stop by for a meal and you just might spot the next big thing in the city's food scene.
Cafe Nola is a bustling cafe in Frederick. The Ninja Turtle Latte is the must have at this cafe.
Cacique Restaurant offers its diners a relaxed, yet formal dining experience. The menu features an excellent selection of Spanish and Mexican dishes, with something to suit most taste buds. With a fireplace and outdoor seating, the restaurant is diverse and caters to parties of all sizes. While all the dishes are well prepared and generous in portion, the fajitas are especially popular. With a tantalising menu, attentive service and welcoming ambiance, Cacique Restaurant is a great place to head to for a taste of Spanish/Mexican cuisine in a refined setting.
The Tasting Room at Frederick offers its customers not just a simple meal, but rather a dining experience. With panoramic views of the bustling Market Street, the restaurant strives to do justice to the town's historic culture while presenting a modern take on food. The dishes vary from more traditional favorites like Crispy Calamari and Local Beef Hamburger, to more exotic selections like escargot. Sumptuous, delicious, fresh and artistically plated, the dishes at the Tasting Room are best paired with any of the fine options on their excellent wine list. The attentive and knowledgeable service is the icing on this cake, making the price tag well worth the experience.
At The Wine Kitchen on the Creek, there is an extensive selection of wines and cocktails that would suit people even with the most peculiar taste and the quality of the wines can be distinguished by a novice too. Every one of the staff member is extremely knowledgeable about the menu, sources and the owners of the wineries. The food is equally amazing and each are cooked to perfection. Certainly consider trying the Rib Eye Steak or some succulent Long Island Duck Breast. It goes without saying that it would be unforgivable to leave this wonderful restaurant without opting for the wine flight option with the meals. There are various kinds of pairings available to choose from, allowing you to mold the dining experience according to your own tastes and preferences. Making a reservation before trying out this place is recommended.
La Paz is a cheerful little Mexican restaurant located at South Market Street. The menu features a variety of Mexican dishes, including popular favorites like fajitas, quesadillas, guacamole and tacos, alongside burgers and sandwiches for those who are not fond of Mexican flavors. The service is friendly, and the ambiance is bubbling with life. With a selection of beers and margaritas to add, a visit to La Paz is likely to be a pleasant one.