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Addie's Restaurant - 3 Reviews - 11120 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (301) 881-0081

Addie's Restaurant

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11120 Rockville Pike
Rockville, MD 20852
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Addie's Restaurant - Rockville, MD
Addie's Restaurant - Rockville, MD
Addie's Restaurant - Rockville, MD
Addie's Restaurant - Rockville, MD
Addie's Restaurant - Rockville, MD
Addie's Restaurant - Rockville, MD

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I'm a sucker for cheese - so the prosciutto wrapped mozzarella app was a great start to a nice dinner. Pork chops were great but the steak was undercooked (and the sides were unde...

UNDERSTAFFED & OVERPRICED 5/7/2010

Took my fiance here for her birthday. Bad decision. We were seated at a table inside that was less than 2 feet away from adjoining tables. (shoulder to shoulder). I felt like we were at a mess hall!! Anyway we waited about 15 minutes before our waitress came over to take our drink order. We got our drinks & ordered apps & entrees. About 20 minutes later they brought our app but not we we ordered. OOPS! wrong table (1st time) Moments later the mussels we ordered came out. They were good. I ordered a second drink and asked for some bread to go with the mussels. Moments later they brought the beer out OOPS! wrong beer (2nd ) A little while later after we were all finished with the apps the waitress asked if we wanted some brea more

Great Food, Strange Service 4/7/2010

Went on a Tuesday for half-priced bottle of wine night. We ordered the Fried Oysters (always a favorite!) Mussels (plump and flavorful)for our appetizer. The lobster and salmon on the entrees were cooked to perfection, but the sides were nothing special. Two things that bothered us: First, we were sitting outside on the patio in the heat...and so was our bottle of white. Maybe I'll bring my own wine cooler next time. Second, it seemed like our waiter had the entire patio to himself and service was extremely slow. Overall, it was an enjoyable evening and the food made up for any glitches in service! more

hit AND miss 3/3/2010

I'm a sucker for cheese - so the prosciutto wrapped mozzarella app was a great start to a nice dinner. Pork chops were great but the steak was undercooked (and the sides were underwhelming). The dining room is more cramped than I expected, so I can understand why they wouldn't have a standing ice bucket for our bottle of wine - but you would think they could figure out something better than just letting it warm on our table. Service was slow, though the upside was that they didn't pester us during our meal. They scored extra points for asking whether it was a special occasion when we called to make a reservation - and then surprising us with a celebratory dessert. Overall impression: not bad, but certainly not the best either. more

2009 Fall Dining Guide 10/17/2009

By Tom Sietsema Washington Post Staff Writer Sunday, Oct. 18, 2009 Scrapple? Made with goat? For dinner ? No one could accuse Nate Waugaman, the new chef of this 12-year-old American restaurant, of churning out carbon copies of what everyone else is cooking. One night's soup might swirl together black-eyed peas, okra, mild sausage and corn, and float a crouton on top for some crunch. Sheets of thin, house-made pasta are layered with grilled summer squash and pureed acorn squash, then drizzled with subtle honey butter, for a free-form lasagna. A pork chop is juiceless, but it comes with tomatoes that taste of the garden and with fingers of fried, chili-ignited eggplant -- both sides so good you wouldn't mind eating them as a main course. This interesting food is ferried to the table by young and eager servers who are deft at navigating the narrow corridors and snug spaces of a onetime bungalow in Rockville, painted in fruit-bowl colors and roomier if you count the front and rear patios. A quibble: The kitchen seems scared of the salt shaker. It shouldn't be. But that scrapple ("breakfast for dinner," our server jests) is terrific, faintly crisp and set off with a sunny egg and a dab of tomato marmalade. And the fun runs through dessert, the best choice for which is a rich chocolate-peanut butter bombe arranged on its plate with a perfect marshmallow and golden peanut brittle. The (dinner) bill is sweet; it comes with chocolate truffles. more
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  • Hours:

    Mon-Thu 11:30 am-2:30 pm, 5:30-9:30 pm; Fri 11:30 am-2:30 pm, 5:30-10 pm; Sat noon-2:30 pm, 5-10 pm; Sun 5-9 pm
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  • Neighborhoods:

    North Bethesda
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