5361 Spectrum Drive
Frederick, MD 21703-7339
Phone: (301) 668-2003
Fax: (301) 668-3514
5361 Spectrum Drive, Frederick, MD, US, 21703-7339
- Phone: (301) 668-2003
- Fax: (301) 668-3514
Visiting Longhorn is like paying a visit to the authentic West. The steaks are hand-cut, hand-seasoned and carefully prepared. The burgers are thick & juicy and salads are freshly prepared. They offer legendary Western fare to satisfy a range of cravings.
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.
Beef N Buns N Paradise is a little carry out restaurant with tables in back for outside dining. They feature great burgers, jumbo wings, over stuffed subs and sandwiches, BBQ, homemade soups, soft serve ice cream, old fashioned shakes, sundaes and banana splits.
Their legendary margaritas and homemade sangria are a must when enjoying their authentic Mexican entrees.
A neighborhood bagel and deli shop which features a delicious array of freshly baked New York-style bagels, soup, delicatessen sandwiches, and baked goods, as well as Green Mountain coffee. They are open daily for breakfast and lunch.
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.
A traditional New York delicatessen that offers a wide array of terrific deli sandwiches and gourmet salads, all served in a relaxed atmosphere. They are open Monday through Saturday for breakfast and lunch; closed on Sundays.
Experience a taste of Spain while at this delightful restaurant which serves a wide variety of tapas, complemented by an exclusive wine list. They are open Tuesday through Sunday for lunch and dinner; closed on Mondays.
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.
Housed in a fully renovated historical building, this upscale, yet casual restaurant is a classic Frederick experience. They offer world-class appetizers, specialty soups, fresh salads, luncheon sandwiches, fresh seafood, beef, chicken, and pasta entrees on the menu. Live entertainment begins at 10:00 p.m. every Friday and Saturday night and they are open Tuesday through Sunday for lunch and dinner. Reservations are suggested for Friday and Saturday night dining.
While the historic building that houses Firestone's looks pretty much like a number of other ones that surround it in Frederick's historic center, it assumes a prominent character inside thanks to some smart retaining and reworking on the interiors. Original exposed brick walls blending in with the rich wood paneling and accents make for an extremely elegant atmosphere inside. Ornate lamps and a warm lighting overall accentuate atmosphere. Executive chef Jack Walker presents a menu of familiar looking American favorites with his own flavorful twists for a satisfying experience. The seemingly endless bar at Firestone's boasts of a drinks selection as large, and is an extremely popular affair not just to hang out with friends, but also to make new ones. Choose from a selection of no less than 80 beers spanning the globe and a superb wine list that has won accolades from Wine Spectator. Swing by during the popular happy hours for some great deals. Garnering rave reviews and a number of awards since its inception, Firestone's is easily one of the city's favorites.
Chic neighborhood restaurant and wine bar with full service retail shop featuring 400 varieties of wine and craft beers.