Rockville, Maryland is a city and the county seat of Montgomery County, Maryland, United States, part of the Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area. The 2010 census tabulated Rockville's population at 61,209, making it the third largest incorporated city in Maryland, behind Baltimore and Frederick. Rockville is the largest incorporated city in Montgomery County, although the nearby census-designated place of Germantown is more populous.
Things to do in Rockville
4.5 based on 471 reviews
Il Pizzico features Italian cuisine offering fresh locally sourced ingredients prepared using time honored Italian guidelines
We stopped by on a Thurs night. We didnt have a reservation so we decided to just order an appetizer and wine instead. We order the Grilled eggplant bundles filled with smoked mozzarella and ricotta and tomato sauce. Delicious! The white wine was Italian and unknown to us but it was very good- crisp and refreshing. Il Pizzico offers a full menu with a nice variety of pasta, meet and fish selection. They also have a nice wine, beer and cocktail menu. The servers are all very friendly and attentive.
4 based on 189 reviews
We returned for lunch at the Grilled Oyster Company, this time with my 89-year old mom. As always, they had a great selection, including from Virginia, Maryland, Rhode Island, Maine, and New Brunswick. We sampled all, and as you go further north, the brinier the oyster. We also ordered their delicious hush-puppies and a fried squid salad that was unbelievable. All where delicious, but the oysters are out of this world. And, the beer on tap was just perfect. This was our third or fourth time here, and this was another wonderfully delicious meal.
But, there's more! This time, we looked over the menu with greater curiosity and it looks very tempting. Also, looking at what other people ordered, we've decided that the next time we'll try something other than raw oysters. We've come here for lunch on a Sunday, and the brunch items (such as Eggs Benedict) we spied at other tables looked very appetizing.
Located in the fairly nondescript Cabin John Village mall, you wouldn't notice this place, but it is a gem. It doesn't seem busy at lunch time, but once we were unable to get dinner reservations on OpenTable on a Saturday evening, a few months ago.
The oyster shooters are delicious.
4.5 based on 303 reviews
Spectacular, authentic Greek Cuisine ! Well appointed and frequented by Greek families celebrating family and special times, this restaurant is a great place to dine. Serving traditional dishes, everything was well prepared and delectable. Grilled Squid and Lamb Chops are our current favorite Greek dishes and we were not disappointed. As a starter is is difficult not to go with the flaming cheese, Saganaki. The leg of lamb, moussaka, and grape leaves were all prepared with an extra touch and were as tasty as we hoped. Our party of six was served promptly and with elegance. For dessert we enjoyed the rice pudding, coffees and dessert wine. While a bit pricey, it was a most enjoyable experience.
4 based on 856 reviews
Tucked away in a 22-acre nature preserve just fifteen minutes from Georgetown, Tower Oaks Lodge has the look and feel of an authentic Adirondack lodge. Divided into four dining rooms, the Lodge contains a vast collection of art and artifacts such as vintage canoes and row boats, and antique saddles and trophies. Chef Jeffery Eng, formerly of 1789 Restaurant, presides over the kitchen team featuring a menu of great American saloon-style food. The Lodge offers the freshest seafood, locally-grown seasonal vegetables, pastas, and salads, as well as Clyde's classics such as cheeseburgers and chili.
On the positive side - Clyde's Tower Oaks is a very beautiful place - decor is fantastic, great ambiance. Unfortunately, we do not go to restaurants for decor or art, we have National Gallery of Art just down the street. We go to restaurants for food and value.
Clyde's food is a very solid average - nothing super special - yet, pricing is way out. I do not think we should have paid so much $$ for food quality and quantity at Clyde's.
This place is good for business entertaining when food quality and value are less important. As a family/private eating place - way too expensive.
4 based on 754 reviews
MoCo's Founding Farmers is owned by the more than 40,000 family farmers of the NDFU. serving American inspired real food and drink with an emphasis and focus on scratch-cooking. While our restaurant is supplied by hundreds of family farms everywhere, that doesn't mean we know every farm, and that doesn't mean we never have to buy product from the traditional (corporate) supply chain. However, it does mean that we are working hard to direct our purchasing dollars where it aligns with our values. We're serving the best food we can, made from scratch in our kitchens every day. Our innovative, American dishes are made primarily with pure ingredients honoring the farmers and their hard-earned bounty.
Had an early dinner with my Mom. Lisa was our server and she was amazing! I ordered the Impossible Burger on a vegan bun with lettuce, tomato, onion, a very crunchy pickle and house-made vegan "louie" dressing. This came with a side of vegan mashed potatoes. For dessert, apple cider sorbet. I give the meal and service a perfect 10!
4 based on 190 reviews
This was a return visit with out of town friends. We loved the warm bread and dipping oil. The salads were fresh and sized right. My wife and I enjoyed our veal piccia and marsla, respectively. Maria, our waitress was happy to substitute angel hair pasta for spaghetti in my order. The house chianti was a good complement to our meal. Our friends enjoyed their penne con broccoli. The mini cannolies which came with the specials were taken home to be enjoyed later. Maria is to be commended for being so accommodating in all our requests.
The grille was quiet when first seated but as it filled up it became noisy. Good value and many choices.
4 based on 110 reviews
Amici Miei is an award winning restaurant, offering authentic Italian cuisine. We offer a wood-burning brick pizza oven, pastas, bread and desserts made daily on the premises. We serve only the finest local and imported meat, fish and produce.
You can't go wrong choosing Italian food but some of it is just so much better. Amici Miei serves authentic Italian cuisine, they way my Nona would have cooked it. It is nicely presented without sacrifing substance over form. The variety of dishes makes it easy to invite friends to join you and to become a repeat customer. Naturally, the friendly service makes coming back a real pleasure.
4 based on 512 reviews
At Silver Diner, we're much more than a diner. Whether you choose a classic dish or a vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free option, Executive Chef Ype Von Hengst has created a menu of customizable, healthier choices that all share one thing: the highest quality, all-natural ingredients available.Silver Diner is proud to be a key part of the local community, nurturing it's growth, providing food for healthier lifestyles, and supporting local schools and non-profits. With a menu that features more than 15 local farms that support sustainable agriculture, Chef Ype creates seasonal dishes using the freshest ingredients available within our local region.
We took two of our (adult) grandchildren for lunch today. As usual the food and service were good. Interestingly, they gave our granddaughter a questionnaire to rate various aspects of her dining experience. It impressed me that they are "on the ball" with trying to make sure their standards are being met.
4.5 based on 181 reviews
We have been going to La Limeña since they first opened. Our favorite Rockville restaurant. From comfort food like Chupa de Camarones or Papas Huancaina to delicious peruvian rotisserie chicken and Cuban specialties like ropa vieha our mouths are always delighted. Don't forget to order a pisco sour or mayacuya drink, and have passion fruit mousse for dessert. Yummmm!!! Be prepared to wait for a table on weekends. And be sure to bring the family...there is something for everyone.
4.5 based on 100 reviews
We present to you FULL ON Craft Eats & Drinks. By definition, the term 'Full On' means "to hold nothing back" and we are serious when it comes to making craft sandwiches. We are also passionate about craft beer and wine. We feel that nothing in life is worth doing halfway. High quality food and drinks in a comfortable and relaxing environment is what we strive for. At FULL ON, everything that goes into our food is made in our own kitchen. You won't find preservatives, stabilizers or chemicals here. We braise, season, marinate, rub and roast our own meats. Each of our sandwiches are hand-sliced or carved to order and served hot. All sauces, dressings, sides and desserts are created here also. We believe that scratch cooking using high quality ingredients is what will set us apart, and we hope you will enjoy.
First time here to this very cozy and casual place. They have a small bar that seats eight and one tv. There were four draft beers on tap and a couple dozen in bottles or cans. Their menu is pretty much sandwiches and salads. I started with the wings ($10 per pound) and for my meal a Ruby sandwich ($10), fresh roasted Turkey, Swiss, slaw & 1000 island on seeded rye.
The chairs at the small tables are very uncomfortable. They have a thin leather cover on top of a metal frame which is a few inches too short on each side so your “buns” are getting grilled. The high tables have seats with larger bases.
The eight wings were of mixed size were not served hot, rather about room temperature which was odd. I really enjoyed the sandwich although there was not a lot of Turkey. Their chips were very grease laden and not edible so I left them.
The odd thing was that I was asked if I wanted desert and given the bill before my sandwich was served! I have never had that happen before!
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