Frederick Restaurants we Know & Love!
A few of our favorite local restaurants--
Chubby's Southern Barbecue
We say: Simply the best burgers, barbecue, and cornbread around!
16130 Old Frederick Road
Review from Amy B, courtesy of yelp.com -- "This is real BBQ - the stacks of wood can been seen outside. So if you're looking for some sticky sweet pile of meat or something that tastes like a "manwich" you have come to the wrong place. It is one of the top 5 BBQ joints I've visited - and I llllllloooooovvvvveee BBQ."
We say: Offering fine dining, superb seafood, and a fabulous Sunday Brunch in an elegant atmosphere, Dutch's also is known as Frederick's premier event facility.
581 Himes Avenue
Review from Kermita F, courtesy of yelp.com -- "My last meal will be here. The food is awesome - lunch, dinner, brunch. If money & weight gain were not a factor...I'd move in!"
We say: Features fine Latin American and Mexican cuisine.
467 West Patrick Street
Review from Emily M, courtesy of yelp.com -- "For reasonably priced, decent Tex-Mex food close to where I live, this place can't be beat. I've tried a few other Mexican restaurants in the area, and this is the one I keep coming back to. I like the margaritas--in a don't taste that strong, but certainly pack a punch, sort of way. The fajitas are great, and the Tamal de Elote (which I'm sure I consistently mispronounce) is a newly discovered favorite."
We say: Mediterranean dining experience, a selection of the finest Spanish cuisine complemented with an exclusive wine list.
44 N. Market St
Review from Ryan P, courtesy of yelp.com -- "Really great service during a Friday night happy hour, PLUS and amazing value. The spicy chicken wings were exceptional if not addictive. Also be sure to try the special discounted tapas off the happy hour menu, including the goat cheese croquettes and deep fried asparagus. As others have noted, the mojitos are quite tasty and only $4.50 during happy hour (4-7 PM)."
We say: Exceptional dining awaits you at VOLT in historic Frederick, Executive Chef Bryan Voltaggio's seasonal entrees showcase classic flavor combinations prepared with fresh, local ingredients. Quartered within a spectacular 19th Century brownstone mansion, the restaurant's distinctive ambience combines Victorian elegance with contemporary, urban sophistication.
228 N. Market St
Review from Shannon P, courtesy of yelp.com -- "I previously had lunch at Volt on my last visit to DC, and while impressed by the delicious offerings and impeccable service, kept eyeing the counter which was the scene of the Table 21 tasting menu. 2 years later and a month of reservation secured at 6:00AM PST, finally returned to experience all that Volt had to offer. As plate after plate leading up to the tasting menu's namesake arrived, I'm surprised there was any food left in all of Frederick. The progression began with single bites, followed by small pasta tastings, seafood to game and finally four different plates of desserts! Each dish was meticulously plated, visible from the front row counter seat, and plated meticulously and placed with symmetrical precision.
And the food itself? There was plenty and it was good, all good. Seasonal ingredients, perfectly cooked arctic char, sturgeon, scallop, guinea hen, venison. Savory steel cut oats, maitake mushroom, beets, kampachi were highlights. There were a few minimal items that were slightly heavy handed on the salt, but overall great balance and flavor. This artistic feast will run you with drinks, a couple hundred dollars per person, but it is definitely worth treating yourself to on a particular special occasion."
Cassandra Bailey of Re/Max Achievers 301-695-4800