Category Archives: Food & Drink
Mrs. Bethesda Actually just had a big birthday and as part of her present asked for a small sampling of chocolates from Bethesda Chocolate.
She received and has really enjoyed her chocolates!
A terrific place to grab/ pick up some lunch:
This is COOL — Class 520 Rolled Thai Ice Cream company is coming to Bethesda according to their Facebook page!
Here is a link to a video showing the creative process!
Just wanted to note that Bistro Lazeez is very publicly pushing their connection with Uber Eats — I am curious to see if folks have had a good experience with Uber Eats. Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will publish the best responses.
One week ago we decided to spend Inauguration Day at Nando’s in Bethesda and I just wanted to take a moment to thank the wonderful folks there for a terrific lunch — we popped over there for food, some good cheer and positive vibes on that important day and they did not disappoint. Find below a picture of the back of the back of one of their marketing team (he is sporting the “everyone is welcome” concept on his tshirt) and a picture of a cool mural inside the restaurant:
Bethesda Restaurant Week is winding down friends but you still a couple of days left. We enjoyed Mon Ami Gabi at the start of restaurant week and found the food to be terrific and a good value. Might try and pop over to Cesco before the week is up and see what their menu is like.
Let us know what your favorite spot was for restaurant week – drop me an email at email@example.com
Seemed like a good place to be on inauguration day based on this: http://everyoneiswelcome.us/
If you are new to the Bethesda area and also happen to be a fan of English Soccer AKA the English Premier League, you will probably want to know where you can go to make some new friends and watch the game in a fun atmosphere.
For me, the best place to watch the games is at Flanagan’s Harp and Fiddle on Cordell Ave. It is a terrific pub and they tend to show a lot of the EPL games (as well as Rugby and – it seems – most of Celtic FC’s games).
Weekend mornings are a good time to head over there for the big game and enjoy some breakfast and good company.
Check the schedule online or give them a call in advance.
Take care out there folks. It it incredibly cold out there.
Here are a couple of thoughts for a chilly Thursday.
If you want to assist someone in a tougher spot than you, consider supporting Bethesda Cares Inc. or one of the many wonderful homeless organizations in Bethesda or the surrounding area. Their address: 7728 Woodmont Ave, Bethesda, MD 20814
Shifting gears, if you need a warm pick me up yourself, here are a few thoughts:
1. A warm and hearty soup at Panera Bread – yes it is a chain but they do have some lovely soups and the staff have always been super
2. La Madeline’s – a warm fire and warm soups – what’s not to like?
3. Satsuma and Raku – wonderful locations for noodle soups!