Frederick Restaurant Week

Frederick Restaurant Week is a 7-day promotion that features the unique and fine dining options available in Downtown Frederick and the surrounding area. Participating restaurants will offer diners price-fixed meals at mouth-watering prices the week of March 7 – 13, 2011 during the inaugural Frederick Restaurant Week.

More information including pricing and participating restaurants is available on the Frederick Restaurant Week website.


5 thoughts on “Frederick Restaurant Week

  1. the only things on the restaurant week menu to actually get excited about are the LUDICROUS BURGER (burger with GRILLED CHEESES as buns) and OYSTER PO’BOY at brewer’s alley.


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  3. While not connected with Frederick Restaurant week, I did want to mention that a companion and I closed out a beautiful early spring weekend with a low-key, relaxing meal Sunday evening at Home at Braddock Inn. A large, noisy party was leaving just as we sat down by a large window overlooking the expansive lawn in the back, and we had the whole rear dining room to ourselves. (Only one other couple was in the restaurant, also seeming to enjoy the privacy.) We liked the basket of hot pumpkin bread w/apple butter and rolls the server brought out before our soup and sandwiches arrived. My companion and I both love crab and ended up ordering a “crab-themed” meal. Our crab-stuffed mushroom appetizer was excellent and contained plenty of fresh-tasting crab rather than filler. MD crab soup was flavorful, if a tad salty (as most MD crab soup tends to be); was that a hint of wine I tasted in the recipe? Whatever, a nice note and very good. We both got grilled chicken sandwiches topped with crab imperial & tomato/pepper slices, accompanied by fresh-cut fries – delicious, washed down with a couple of Yuenglings. (No shell in any of the crab, by the way.) Both servers were friendly and attentive, and we had no sense of being rushed (though we were the last customers there). By the time we stepped out into an evening turned chilly with a brisk wind, we were feeling warm, relaxed, and very satisfied with the food and overall experience. (While my dining companion and I enjoyed the privacy, we hoped this wasn’t representative of the amount of business “Home” has been getting the rest of the week.)


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