Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Rockville, Maryland, United States. 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.
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4 based on 536 reviews
Il Pizzico features Italian cuisine offering fresh locally sourced ingredients prepared using time honored Italian guidelines
This is my second time here, two of us, married ladies, meeting for dinner. From the spotless white tablecoths to the lovely professional service, Il Pizzico had me. And then the food! And wine! Sean(Shawn) was our very attentive but very discreet server. We were treated as if we were royalty. Never rushed, always anticipating our needs before even asking. No wonder it is rated #1 in Rockville.
4 based on 245 reviews
I've been jonesing for fried belly clams and a lobster roll for 2 1/2 years since I moved down here from Boston and we have a sister restaurant to Nantucket Reef in Frederick so I thought I'd try it.Don't expect cheap here. The lobster roll is MP (market price) not a total shocker since I'm used to that. We got a lobster roll which comes with fries, grilled corn (double carbs?) and you get the choice of hot or cold. I've never been a fan of a hot lobster roll. It almost seems sacrilegious. The hot corn idea is a bad play on a boiled dinner which comes with a lobster, corn, potatoes but this was overkill served with a lobster roll.We also ordered an order of fried belly clams which also comes with fries but we wanted to substitute onion rings. "Well, that will be an extra five dollars", he said. Really? Five dollars?? But we didn't need two orders of french fries and he claimed they were excellent because they were freshly made so what the hell.Btw, we were here on a sunday at noontime which they only serve brunch BUT they do have a few entrees on the menu. So the food came out.. The clams which were "Ipswich clams" were very small, not the large bellies you get in New England and the portion of clams and onion rings was kinda embarrassing.The lobster roll was toasted but not crispy, the french fries were ice cold and the grilled corn was barely warm. The lobster was good, not great. I found the thin claw meat which wasn't very well chopped and I don't particularly like it in a lobster roll. You also don't pay market price for a lobster roll with that rubbery claw meat it is traditionally made with tail meat. As I mentioned the grilled corn was lukewarm and not all that tasty. The clams were very good but small as I said but the onion rings were a poor excuse for onion rings. the rings were clumped together and fried so they came apart when you tried to eat them and the batter wasn't adhered very well because it totally fell off when you picked it up.As I said before the food was good, not great. Still one of the ONLY places in this area you can get the closest thing to New England seafood so I guess I'll come back again but reevaluate how I order things.The bill for the both meals came to $55.00 for lunch. Not terrible but not what I'd call a value.
4 based on 587 reviews
GAR's favorite beach house serving coastal and classic food making every day a vacation. Flip Flops, optional.
The food was very good and they had a large variety of menu items. The crab/shrimp sliders were excellent and the salads were fresh and very good choices.
4 based on 222 reviews
Avoid the large table at the front near the bar. People will keep bumping you as they go to and fro during your entire meal. If the bathroom is occupied by some kid playing mobile games for a half hour, go next door to the Giant supermarket. Check your raw oysters carefully. One of the people in our party got a bad one, and choked on it. Make sure you look at *both* sides of the menu. The main courses are on one side. The burgers and starters are on the other. Highly recommend the double lobster dinner. Add a side of brussel sprouts for a great meal for two persons. The Vouvray is reasonably priced as a restaurant wine. The three fish entree is excellent. The pasta is great, too. Finally, if you have a bad experience - as we did with the table, bathroom, and bad oyster - let the manager know. He took care of our dinner check without hesitation. We will definitely go back, as we have had nine great meals and one bad but free one there.
4 based on 36 reviews
I used to eat at O'Donnell's in Kentlands years ago while on business. We recently returned after many years on a pleasure trip and discovered the restaurant closed. Nothing lasts forever, I suppose. After trying to decide where to go I came across O'Donnell's Market in Potomac and discovered it's run by the daughter of the original owners. We rushed over there and found a real cool place. It is a market where you can buy the freshest seafood and premium meat as well as a few tables and a counter with a limited menu. You can eat in or take out. Such a nice friendly place. The food and vibe was great. So glad we found it after all these years and will return next time in the area. You can't go wrong here...
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