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  1. Can't believe you people didn't got going on Palena yet. The cafe menu continues to grow and amaze as always. From the latest, bisque with mussels, touch of rice and spinach flan; stuffed Pennsylvania lamb with piquillo bread sauce; and hen gallantine sexed up with pistachios and foie gras have blown my mind. The menu is so familiar and well-loved by now that ordering became a struggle, although not entirely un-looked-forward to. Should I have something new? Or should I get the best burger in NW? Of course, last night I figured had to have my burger fix before taking off for two weeks of caviar therapy. I said it first...Jeff is very dreamy and extremely dexterous with beverages of all sorts.
  2. Full disclaimer Scott is a great friend. I was there the first day he opened and have lent a hand as well as from time to time over the years. Helped hang some TVs, bar backed when he was swamped, worked the fryer, been on runs to Restaurant Depot, etc. All of that being said, Scott is a great guy (I knew him back when we were kickin it at Syracuse University) and he runs a heck of a sports bar/pub. I have always been a fan of his food and thought that his wings are the best in town (even though I am highly biased). It warms my heart that Tim Carman gave him such a nice review today in the Washington Post. Scott has pumped blood sweat, and tears into Ventnor for almost 10 years. Over the almost 10 years he has worked more hours than most in a lifetime. I know of him taking just one week off since opening. All of his hard work really shows in how he runs his operation. If you have never visited, I suggest you stop by. Scott will most likely be there, and he is always willing to chat you up if you are in the mood. Ventnor Sports Cafe
  3. Here is an alternative - because it is not usually on the out of town visitor's "must do" list, like the suggestions above. (I will admit I've never been to any of them but Slanted Door, and that was before it moved to its current location). Well loved by the natives, is Pesce [Moved 2013, Closed Sep 13, 2015]. Impeccably fresh seafood, and it has an accommodating long bar. It's on Polk (between Green and Vallejo) and is a friendly chichetteria in Russian Hill - the Venetian equivalent of tapas bar. Surprisingly reasonably priced hot chichetti, cold chichetti and some entrée specials on the chalkboard. If you go, definitely try the grilled octopus with celery and Yukon potatoes. There are lots of shellfish choices, some pastas, a meat or two - it is all fresh and creative, with a bargain priced wine list. No reservations though.
  4. Wondering if anybody here had any thoughts about this place. I've walked by it many, many, many times in Silver Spring, but never been bothered to go for no reason in particular.
  5. Feb 23, 2018 - "Old City Restaurants Affected by Fire Are Fighting for Survival" by Danya Henninger on billypenn.com "Capogiro Gelato Announces It's Closing All Locations" by Adam Hermann on phillyvoice.com "Capogiro Gelato Artisans and Capofitto To Close" by Marilyn Johnson on phillygrub.blog
  6. I was up there this past weekend and made several trips to Capogiro as it was right around the corner from the hotel. One of my favorites was the grapefruit with campari. Also had some toasted almond, bittersweet chocolate, limoncello, burnt sugar, and fior di latte. If you are in Philly go, and go often. As a side note I had dinner at Buddakan and had a very good meal. Details to follow when I have more time...
  7. With all the news about restaurants closing in Clarendon, here is a piece about one food and drink emporium extending their lease in Clarendon; the redoubtable Clarendon Grill I couldn't find a thread on Clarendon Grill. That is understandable. Its not exactly a fine dining or specialty food destination, but if one goes to their website one will find actual food on their menu!!!!! The article references that they opened in 1996. Twenty years while facing tremendously escalating rents. They may not be a destination for dining but they are doing something right to stay in business. Of course one doesn't know about the specifics of their lease. They could have a pristine record for paying rent and working easily with the landlord. They are probably paying umteems more now than they were paying in the late 90's and early part of the 2000's. The property owner is getting far more rent than years ago, and if its the same property owner over these 20 years, probably far more in rent than he/she imagined. Possibly they got a relative "helluva deal". If you renew the tenant, you don't suffer from vacancy. We simply don't know. Okay...that means there is one place in Clarendon with the same trusty, well known mediocre menu....and DRINKS.
  8. Hank Dietle's Tavern seems to have been ignored...last outpost of "old" Rockville....great hamburgers, interesting clientele. Gone but not forgotten. From the AOL guide: Just across the Pike from White Flint shopping, Dietle's little bar charges less for a beer than most people pay to tip the valets in Rockville's most upscale mall. Though it's "Cold Beer" sign and country house style look a little quirky among the fast food joints and neon lights on Rockville Pike, Hank Dietle's Tavern is Montgomery County's last true roadhouse. It's a welcome retreat -- a no-nonsense neighborhood bar with cheap beer and cheap eats. The old wooden floors still creak when you walk across the room, but nobody inside seems to care about the history. The tavern is rumored to have once been a schoolhouse or maybe a country store that dates back to the early 1900s. There's no chance you'll be wowed, but 8 wooden booths (whittled with old names), a jukebox (country and classic) and a couple of pinball machines give the place character. It's a great place to catch a game or chat with a friend. -- Denise Iacangelo and then there's this: One Rockville restaurant, Dietle's Tavern, contends it has closed because Montgomery County's smoking ban caused them to lose substantial business.
  9. Some news we just posted on the CP blog about Jaleo executive chef JohnPaul Damato. It's really about Damato's new restaurant, Mio, so I don't know if this deserves a new topic. Rocks?
  10. I like the combination wine shop and tasting room/restaurant concept. However, the expectation at a place like this is that they'll have some interesting wine selections that you might not find everywhere else. Unfortunately the shop bottles and the tasting list here (3oz, 6oz) tend toward fairly common wines, such as E. Guigal Cotes du Rhone (a wine that I like, but...). The kitchen was at one time overseen by Jeff Heineman from Grapeseed, but I'm not sure if that's the case anymore. The food was pretty disappointing, though. The entrees we had were bland: monkfish with a wine-tomato sauce and vegetables and a lamb ragu over corkscrew pasta. The bartender at the Idle Hour, where we stopped afterwards, raved about the place and told us we needed to try it again. To me it was a collection of trendy ideas (small pours, industrial interior, truffle oiled this and that, etc) done poorly. Anyone else been?
  11. Somehow this place has passed me by with stealth. I just really noticed it today, and it's apparently going to open in mid-May. (Well, that's the target.) Two of us spoke with a man working outside I assume is the owner, and he said that he plans outdoor seating and will also be applying for an alcohol permit to serve wine (or at least wine). Projected hours: 6AM to 9PM Mondays through Thursdays and 6 to 10 on Fridays and Saturdays. Closed Sundays. Since it has completely passed me by, I have no idea how far he has gotten with any of the permitting for outdoor seating or alcohol. I'm not sure how the immediate neighbors will react to those two facets of the operation. There is a decent space for a patio outside. (Visually, this is catty-corner from the northeast corner of the Car Barn, at 101 15th Street.) Their website is up and functioning: http://www.miascoffeehouse.com I wasn't sure if this was the right forum for the posting, but given that this is the coffee menu, I figured here: Espresso Americano Flat White French Press Pour Over Macchiato Cortado Cappucino Latte Cold Brew Iced Coffee Decaf House Blend
  12. I remember the Tysons Carnegie fondly and was so upset when it closed. Having grown up on (and even briefly working in a) New York deli, it was without question the only place around here that ever came close. While it was horrible for my cholesterol, boy was it good. We wouldn't split a sandwich because I always wanted to take half home to enjoy the next day. The only downside was that it looked and felt like an Embassy Suites lobby/restaurant (which it was), rather than like a real deli.
  13. In a perfect world, Malaysian would be the new Thai. If everyone considered the truism that cuisine is largely a product of geography, and that Malaysian food is thus heavily influenced by Thai and Chinese cooking with significant, but less assertive, Indian cuisine influences, they might decide that Malaysia Kopitiam is worth trying. And if everyone in the D.C. area ate at Malaysia Kopitiam a couple of times, Malaysian restaurants might start springing up in equal numbers to Thai restaurants. Malaysia Kopitiam is where I head when I am downtown and want to grab a fast, inexpensive dinner with a buddy or by myself. It is not a first- or second-date restaurant. It is not a business-lunch restaurant. And it is probably not a restaurant one can get his or her parents to try, as "Malaysian" to them probably sounds as alien as "Martian." One enters the restaurant by going down a few stairs. The dining room is divided into two main dining areas, but the restaurant is still not much bigger than one's family's basement rec room. The wood paneling, worn carpet, kitschy decoration, two-person mini-bar, and casual atmosphere evokes thoughts of a standard 1970s-era Chinese restaurant in New York City. The tables and booths were probably last replaced during the (first) Reagan administration. The menu is a place-mat-sized laminate, and the accompanying picture menu is bound in a black binder straight from Staples. But when one opens the binder, and actually sets eyes on pictures of the roughly 100 menu options, the surroundings become immaterial, and food becomes the focus. My most recent visit to Malaysia Kopitiam was with four other people. One had eaten there with me once before. The other three had never eaten there or any other Malaysian restaurant. I started out by ordering some safe appetizers for the table. Three orders of curry puffs (two to a plate) at $2.50 an order is a great way to start the meal. The curry puffs are close cousins to Indian samosa, the main differences being that they are not quite as large as standard samosa, and they are somewhat crescent-shaped, as opposed to the pyramid shape of most samosa. They are hot, doughy, and filled with curried potatoes and peas. I also ordered a round of roti canai. When one orders roti at an Indian restaurant, the expectation is that what will come out will be a baked whole wheat flatbread. At Malaysian restaurants, roti is a flatbread, but the similarity ends there. It is fried, flaky, and lush. An order of roti at Malaysia Kopitiam brings out warm flatbread, and ordering roti "canai" translates into a bowl of curried chicken accompanying the bread. While the chicken chunks floating in the curry tend to be tough and chewy, the "canai" is worth ordering because the curry itself is wonderfully spicy and rich. Any bit of the liquid that is not sopped up by the bread will almost certainly end up being used as a dip for an entree. I ordered achar salad for two of us to split. Achar salad is one of those dishes that suffers from an off-putting description on menus, but wins one over when it materializes. The achar salad at Malaysia Kopitiam is described as "pickled pineapple, jicama, carrot, cucumber, [and] cabbage in a spicy, sweet & sour sauce top[ped] with peanuts and sesame seed." The salad comes out in canoe-shaped bowl, and it is just big enough for two people to share. The dish never strikes me as spicy, and the sharpness of the components' pickling gives way to the sweetness of the salad's sauce. The salad is covered in a generous serving of crushed peanuts and sesame seeds. This is one of those dishes in which individual flavors give way to the whole, and it is so satisfying that leaving a bite is not an option. Though there were five of us at the table, we ordered only three of the entree options. Two people ordered the black pepper chicken, one person ordered the assam sambal shrimp, and two of us split the curry gluten. The black pepper chicken is a "safe" dish, a simple stir-fry of vegetables and chicken (of a far better quality than that used in the canai curry sauce) in a pepper sauce. It is not far removed from its cousin on a million Chinese menus, and its preparation at Malaysia Kopitiam is competent, if not adventurous. The assam sambal shrimp plate produces a number of thick, well-cooked shrimp stir-fried with red peppers and onions in a spicy and sour sauce. I did not try the dish, though the person who ordered it enjoyed it. The curry gluten is a unique dish, mixing stir-fried chunks of super-chewy gluten, soft, pillowy tofu triangles, and green and red bell peppers in a creamy yellow curry that is sweet with just a hint of spiciness. The gluten is an acquired taste (or, more accurately, texture); most diners will leave the chewy gluten aside and concentrate on the tofu. I find the gluten to have such an interesting mouth-feel that I keep grabbing chunks of it with my chopsticks despite my appreciation of the flavorful, curry-soaked tofu. We cleaned the plate, with the last of the still-warm curry serving as a dip for the last few remaining pieces of roti. Malaysia Kopitiam deserves its perpetual placement in the Washingtonian Top 100 Cheat Eats. All of the aforementioned food for five people, plus three sodas, came to a total of $90.00, and that includes tax and a restaurant-added gratuity, plus our rounding up to an even number. Five appreciative diners walked out of the restaurant happily chatting about our meal and ready to spread the Malaysian gospel to our friends.
  14. Yes, it's going in the former veterinary clinic near the Belga; it will be called Senart's Oyster House, after an old ghost mural that is painted on the outside wall of the building.
  15. This is one of the only restaurants to serve Uighur cuisine in the country (there are probably 5 total, from my limited googling, and none in the east coast). I'd been meaning to go to this place since it opened, as it's pretty close to where I live. There have been good early reviews on Chowhound and Yelp and Tyler Cowen, and I was pretty excited about it. It's right next door to Legal Seafood on 23rd St. First impression is that it is absolutely freezing in that restaurant. The hostesses and waitresses were wearing parkas. I kept my coat on the whole time. I ordered a hot tea to start, out of sheer necessity. Unlike a lot of Chinese restaurants, the tea is not free. They also have many varieties of it. This one was their house, and it was $3.50. They don't have alcohol at this point. It was just me, so I couldn't order a whole lot. They are known for their big plate chicken, but it was a lot of food for one person, and I don't have time for leftovers this week, so I'll wait til the next visit to try it. I got the cold spice noodle, which is similar to Hong Kong Palace's Chengdu Spicy Cold Noodles. This came out first, and they give you a lot more of it. It's not that spicy, and honestly, blander compared to HKP. For my main, I wanted something spicy, and so she recommended the chicken laghman. This was a noodle stir fry, there was eggplants, celery, red peppers, green peppers, and large caliber noodles that I guess they are noted for. It was a brownish sauce that was tasty but not spicy in the least. I told the waitress this, and I asked for some chili. She brought a brownish sauce that was pretty darn good, added that umami, and spiced it up a bit. I was really hoping to like this place more. I certainly get their star dish, nor did I try any of their lamb dishes, which looked good. I saw people with the chicken dish, and it looked/smelled great. I'll go again when I have some company to eat with. I'd suggest going when the weather gets better, unless it was heating problem that hopefully will get fixed. Anyone else go yet?
  16. Lina's Diner & Bar officially opens Tuesday in the former Piratz Tavern in Downtown Silver Spring: "The inspiration for Lina’s comes from his childhood experience going to a diner in New York City in the Meatpacking District that he said, “just blew my mind, it was such a cool place. You were seated next to transvestites, prostitutes, business people. It was open 24 hours a day. It was really kind of what I guess New York was in the 80s and 90s.” https://www.sourceofthespring.com/silver-springs-newest-restaurant-officially-opens-next-week/
  17. My condolences to your friend. My unfortunate brother lives there. There seems to be only one standout restaurant in Crofton, but it really is quite good-- it's almost worth the trip from DC. Christopher's Try the carpaccio! They also make a mean steak and their fish dishes are usually darn tasty.
  18. Bye bye Blackie's. We won't hardly miss ya... Back when I was an undergrad at GW, this was one of the "destination" restaurants that parents took their little darlings to when they came to visit. I remembered it fondly, until I visited a few years after graduation, when I had gained a greater appreciation for good food. Remember those childhood shows that you remember fondly, until you catch them on Nick at Nite, and the memory is ruined by a godawful piece of dreck? Similar reaction...
  19. La Favola opened recently in the old Ovvio space. The menu has pizza and mostly uninteresting Italian dishes. It's not red sauce Italian...I don't know what it is.
  20. Coco Loco. Xing Kuba. Terramar. Cesco back when it was good. Cottonwood Cafe back when it was good.
  21. I see from today's lettres that Mr. Rockwell was at Cassatt's recently. I fervently hope that he wasn't there Saturday night, as every time the band stopped playing would be the exact moment that I would say something shameful that would suddenly carry across the restaurant. The meat pies were indeed very good and there are easily 7 or 8 to choose from. My beef and cheese was great until I hit the occasional bits of gristle. The steak and mushroom pie didn't have that problem and was perfect for a cold night. The lamb kabob and the grilled tilapia were fine, but you can get those elsewhere AND those unfortunate souls who ordered them were forced to borrow my mango chutney. I protected it like an enraged giant weta. We came because of their inclusion in the Neighborhood Eats on WETA (which is different from a weta; look it up) and because New Zealand has always been the escape plan if we had to flee the country, so it would behoove us to see if we like the food. Has anyone else been? Is the food small "a" authentic?
  22. It's a good thing Kibbee never went to Roy's Place. Mar 19, 2013 - "Roy's Place Has Served Its Final Sandwich" by Ben Gross on patch.com Sandwiches The Keswick Ap Fangworthy$11.19 A hard roll, 5.3 oz. hamburger, 3 fried oysters, broiled swiss cheese, and the oyster fairy's very own horseradishsauce. The Sigmund Freud$11.19 (Oysters may have amatory overtones, but a cigar is still a good smoke) 3 fried oysters, broiled swiss cheese, baked ham, and coleslaw on choice of bread. The Devious Devota$12.19 2 Polish, 3 italian sausages, broiled with hot roy's mittel europa sauerkraut, and a soup-can of crushed cherry. Friar Jerry Hovanec$10.19 Roast beef, sharp cheese, anchovies, crushed cherry peppers, lettuce, tomato, & horseradish mayo. The Louise Is A Baldinger$12.19 Chili brisket, turkey bosom, avocado, swiss cheese, raw onions, lettuce, tomato, & sauce barbara. Queequeg$14.19 Crab salad, swiss cheese, corn beef & golden sauce, all broiled. A Good Cold Sandwich Two stale heels of bread enclosing a freshly-made ice cube. The Andy Schneider$13.19 Chili brisket, turkey bosom, chicken liver pate, swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato & chili mayonnaise on four slices of bread. The Wolfgang Pinkus$10.19 Turkey bosom, chicken liver pate, russian dressing, lettuce & tomato. The mrs. Wolfgang pinkus$10.69 Turkey bosom, chicken liver pate, Swiss cheese, raw onions, russian dressing, lettuce & tomato club. The Clean Liver$10.19 Chicken liver pate, swiss cheese, bacon, onions, lettuce & tomato club with mayonnaise. The Callipygous$10.19 Austrian boiled beef, chicken liver pate, lettuce, tomato & horseradish mayonnaise. The Tyrol$7.19 Austrian boiled beef brisket with special horseradish may. The Kaiser Franz Josef Xiii$10.19 Austrian boiled beef brisket, sliced turkey bosom, lettuce, tomato & special horseradish mayonnaise. The Heavenly Evelyn$9.69 Austrian boiled beef, swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato & horseradish mayonnaise. The Charlie Bell$10.19 Roast beef, swiss cheese, sliced bermuda onion & horseradish mayo. The Gracie Bell$10.19 Broiled swiss cheese, tomatoes with roast beef, garlic mayo. The Bull & Briny$17.19 Lobster salad and roast beef club with mayonnaise. The Nothing Burger$0.89 A plain hard roll with butter. The Arch Campbell$12.19 Provolone, ham, pastrami, raw sauerkraut--all roiled with russian dressing. The Doug Llewelyn$14.19 Baked ham, shrimp salad, chicken bosom, lettuce, tomato & mayo. The Marsupial$13.19 Roast beef with 4 fried oysters on french bread. The Golden Brisket$7.19 Brisket cooked with honey, sherry wine & mysterious oriental spices (salt, pepper, garlic, etc.) & spread with our own golden sauce. The Girl Of The Golden Vest$10.19 Golden brisket, chicken bosom, lettuce, tomato & golden sauce. The Golden Mountain$10.69 Corn beef, golden brisket, lettuce, tomato & golden sauce. The Heavy$15.19 Turkey bosom, golden sauce, crab salad, bacon, lettuce & tomato. Lascivious Lucinda$10.69 Spicy roast pork, turkey bosom, lettuce, tomato & golden sauce. The Honeyed Hog Jowl$6.99 Luverly luscious lascivious spicy roast pork with golden sauce. The Charlie Emperor$11.19 Golden brisket, lascivious roast pork, common swiss cheese, lettuce & tomato club crowned with our special golden sauce. The Noche De Amour$9.19 Broiled swiss cheese over spicy roast pork, with golden sauce & tomatoes. The Claude Dog$10.19 Two polish sausages on french bread, with broiled american cheese, raw onions & nostalgia-laden ole time kraut slaw. The Cholmondeley Mcsnipe$18.19 6 oz. Steak, broiled american cheese, and a large lump of succulent lobster salad on a hard roll. The Beauchamp Mcsnipe$16.19 5.3 oz. Hamburger, broiled american cheese, and a large lump of succulent lobster salad on a hard roll. Mother's Ruin$12.09 Three hot italian pork sausages, broiled provolone cheese with fried onions and green peppers on french bread; garlic mayo on request. Father's Defeat$12.19 Three hot italian pork sausages, broiled provolone cheese with fried onions, green peppers and rat sauce on french bread. The Julius Caesar$11.69 Three hot italian pork sausages, broiled swiss cheese, crushed cherry peppers and raw onions on french bread. The Lewis Nippard$12.19 Three hot italian pork sausages, hot cherry peppers, fried onions, provolone, nicely broiled, beans neatly baked, on choice of bread. The Roy Green$12.19 Three hot italian pork sausages, broiled sharp cheese, hot crushed peppers, fried onions on french bread. Stein's Stoned$15.19 Thick bacon, broiled tomatoes, broiled sharp cheese with chili brisket, three fried oysters and guru sauce. The Judy, Judy, Judy$10.19 Roast beef with bacon, lettuce, tomato, and roy's genuwine homemade wine-soaked blue cheese dressing. The Sunshine Sue$15.19 Ham, crab salad, avocado, lettuce, tomato & golden sauce. The Teddy Roosevelt$14.19 Knockwurst (sausages), broiled american cheese, coleslaw, russian dressing, tomatoes, raw onions and 4 fried oysters. The Shulman & Rogers$17.19 Lobster salad, roasty toasty pork, tarragon mayonnaise, lettuce & tomato. The Doctor Samuel Johnson$10.19 Ruddy roast beef, aromatic raw onions, binding sharp cheese, and horseradish sauce. The Forever Ambler, Or The Importance Of Being Ernest$15.19 6 oz. Steak, with 3 fried oysters on broiled blue cheese dressing(roy's very own) on choice of bread. Jean's Clean$15.19 6 oz. Steak, broiled provolone, ratatouille sauce & 3 fried oysters. Bawdy Bud$15.19 Crab salad, chicken, tarragon mayonnaise, bacon, lettuce & tomato. Kaptain Wholesome's Joys$9.19 Broiled sharp cheese, chicken liver pate, fried onions and hot cherry peppers with garlic mayonnaise. Ricky's Creativity$9.69 Mesquite chicken breast marinated in our pretty good bbq sauce, melted sharp cheese, fried onions & green peppers, a piece of pineapple for kick. Mcmaster's Disaster$9.19 Two polish sausages, broiled provolone, hot crushed cherry peppers & garlic mayonnaise. Timothy's Tremor$10.19 6oz. Steak, broiled provolone & that good ole rat sauce on a hard roll. The Lynn Devine$10.19 Roast beef, our own and nobody else's avocado, horseradish mayo (remarkably deelicious). Mabry's Monster$12.19 Roast beef, strips raw green pepper, tomatoes, our very, very own horseradish sauce (made from the back end of a horse), chicken bosom and swiss cheese. Gail's Rejection$12.19 Broiled provolone, gorgeous ratatouille sauce, 2 plump polish sausages on french bread. The Joel t. Siegel$18.19 Lobster salad, golden brisket, golden sauce, swiss cheese, lettuce and tomatoes. The Jim Clifford$10.19 2 Hot italian sausages, muenster cheese, sautéed portabella mushrooms. The Edgar Cayce$10.19 Roast beef, sharp cheese, tomato club with the maharishi's favorite guru sauce (curry, that is). The Gus Mustakas$15.19 Shrimp salad, ham, tongue and garlic mayonnaise--all broiled. The Sweet William$10.19 Turkey bosom, roast beef, lettuce, tomato & chili mayo . Sherry The Faithful Chervil$9.19 ) Special tarragon mayonnaise, broiled provolone, spicy roast pork & tomatoes. The Katherine Of Tarragon$9.19 Special tarragon mayo, broiled swiss cheese, fresh roasted turkey bosom & tomato. The Welsh And Tennery$7.19 Broiled sharp cheese, thick sliced bacon & tomatoes. The Greatly Enlarged And Highly Improved Welsh And Tennery$17.19 Broiled sharp cheese, thick sliced bacon, tomatoes and lobster salad club. The Brown And Sturm$13.19 4 Fried oysters, 4 oz. baked ham & sauce barbara (sour cream, chili sauce, mayonnaise & horseradish)on french bread. The Jack The Jejune$15.19 Turkey, ham, lettuce, tomato & crab salad club with the delightful sauce barbara (sour cream, chili sauce, mayo & horseradish). The Cornucopia$15.19 Shrimp salad and crab salad on french bread. The Enlarged Cornucopia$19.19 Lobster salad, shrimp salad and crab salad on a big piece of french bread. The Captain John Smith$15.19 Ham, crab salad, swiss cheese, all broiled on choice of bread. The Pocohontas$17.69 Lobster salad, ham, swiss cheese, golden sauce, all broiled on choice of bread. Phil Rennett$11.19 Pastrami, turkey bosom, pepper jack, cole slaw and 1000 island dressing. Lassie's Revenge$10.19 One knockwurst(sausage), provolone cheese, bacon, fried onions & baked beans on a hard roll. Lassie's Double Revenge$12.19 Two knockwurst (sausage), provolone cheese, bacon, fried onions, baked beans on a hard roll. The Cordon Blew$11.19 Sauce barbara, chicken bosom, swiss cheese & ham, broiled & joined. The Ratatouille Burger$11.19 (2) 6 oz. Hamburger covered with ratatouille, or as some say, rat sauce. The Little Rat Burger$7.19 5.3 oz. Hamburger covered with rat sauce. Joy's Jollities$9.19 Grilled pork, broiled provolone & that good ole rat sauce. The Linda Liebfrau$16.19 Crab salad, ham, avocado, lettuce, tomato, bacon & tarragon mayo. The Southern Discomfort$14.19 5 Fried oysters, thick bacon, coleslaw & tartar sauce on french. The Dirty Tom Glen$12.19 Ham, hard salami, provolone, chicken bosom, tomato, onion, hot crushed cherry peppers & garlic mayonnaise on french bread. The Nicholas$11.19 Roast pork, swiss cheese, pastrami, tomato & golden sauce, all broiled. The Klaus Von Ratskeller$11.19 Corn beef, two polish sausages & kraut schmata on choice of bread. The Fred Ward$21.19 Lobster salad, crab salad, ham, chicken, lettuce, tomato on a four-decker club with mayonnaise. The Mean Alice$10.19 Grilled knockwurst (sausage), spicy kraut slaw (schmata), hot pastrami & broiled american cheese. The Korn Beef Klub$9.19 Grilled hearty corn beef, swiss cheese, lettuce & tomato club with mayo. The Last Polka In Poland (No Comment)$9.19 Melted sharp cheese, thick bacon, broiled tomatoes & grilled beerwurst (sausage). The Bender Schmender$20.19 Corn beef, turkey, roast pork, chicken liver pate & golden brisket with lettuce, tomato, golden sauce & a psychiatric appointmen. The John Wellington Wells$10.69 Sharp cheese, thick sliced bacon, pastrami & tomato, all broiled on choice of bread. Francine The Obscene$9.19 Broiled tongue, sharp cheese, tomatoes & garlic mayonnaise. Earnest's Earnest Endeavor$10.19 Tongue, ham, horseradish mayonnaise, tomato on choice of bread. The Sweet Lorraine$9.19 Broiled swiss cheese & corn beef with coleslaw & russian dressing. The Munificent Mae$11.19 Four fried oysters, broiled sharp cheese & coleslaw on choice of bread. Carol's Crescendo$15.19 Tongue, shrimp salad, ham, lettuce, tomato & sauce barbara(sour cream, chili sauce, mayo & horseradish)and bacon. The Dapper David$15.19 Broiled sharp cheese, thick sliced bacon, broiled tomato & crab salad. The Song Of Love$18.19 Lobster salad, avocado, bacon, lettuce, tomato & garlic mayo. The Raunchy Raymond$15.19 Ham, crab salad, Swiss cheese, bacon, tomato & golden sauce all broiled on choice of bread. The Hel-Darb$10.19 Golden brisket, swiss cheese, tomato & golden sauce, all broiled on choice of bread. The Flying Floss$10.19 Shrimp salad, tomato, smeared with special garlic mayo, covered with swiss cheese and all broiled. The Heliotrophic Helen$8.19 Broiled ham & tomato with melted sharp cheese on choice of bread. The Cal Sanders$12.19 Broiled sharp cheese, thick sliced bacon, fried oysters & broiled tomatoes. The Lewd Lester$11.19 Spicy roast pork, turkey bosom, non-kosher bacon & swiss cheese, lettuce, tomatoes & golden sauce. The Concupiscent Carla$10.19 Broiled swiss cheese & hot pastrami with coleslaw and russian dressing. The Fancy Nancy$17.19 Lobster salad, turkey bosom, bacon, tomato, lettuce & golden sauce. The Son Of A Botch$9.19 Roast pork, tomato, broiled sharp cheese & chili mayo. The J.Franklin Craig$10.69 Corn beef, turkey, lascivious pork, lettuce, tomato & golden sauce. The Fanny Hill$10.19 Corn beef, chicken bosom, russian dressing, lettuce & tomato. The Snow White Dove$10.19 Corn beef, turkey bosom, cole slaw & russian dressing. Tiger, Tiger$9.19 Corn beef, swiss cheese, raw sauerkraut & russian dressing. The Lazarus$10.19 Thin sliced corn beef, broiled knockwurst & raw sauerkraut. The Lazger$10.69 Broiled corn beef, broiled swiss cheese, broiled knockwurst(sausage) & raw sauerkraut. The Real Gasser$9.19 Broiled knockwurst (sausage), melted sharp cheese, onions & sweet relish on french bread. The Doc Bee$10.19 Grilled knockwurst(sausage), broiled american cheese, coleslaw, russian dressing, tomatoes, raw onions on french bread. The Miss Nellie Bee$10.69 Grilled knockwurst(sausage), bacon, broiled american cheese, coleslaw, russian dressing, tomatoes & raw onions on french bread. The Wust$10.69 With broiled provolone, $1.00 extra)broiled knockwurst {(sausage), beerwurst (sausage), polish (sausage)} & roy's kraut. The Scandal$9.19 Two polish sausages, broiled sharp cheese, raw onions on french bread. The Count Jampolski$9.69 Two polish sausages wrapped in bacon, with broiled swiss cheese on french bread. The Hot Countess$10.19 Two polish sausages wrapped in bacon, broiled sharp cheese, hot cherry peppers & raw onions on french bread. The Dracula$10.69 Two polish sausages wrapped in bacon, with broiled provolone cheese, buried in coleslaw & russian dressing on french bread. The Li'l Chester$8.19 5.3 oz. Hamburger, broiled sharp cheese, raw onions & chili mayo on a hard roll. The Irish Digestive$9.69 Two irish banger sausages, onions, broiled swiss cheese, and a side of hot mustard. The chester A. Chester$10.19 Special brisket roasted in ale and chili with sharp cheese & tomatoes on three decks, spread with our own chili mayonnaise and showered with onions. Chester's Sibling$10.69 Turkey bosom, chili brisket, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato & chili mayo. The Alfred e. Newman$10.69 Ham, chicken bosom, provolone cheese, blue cheese dressing, lettuce & tomato. The Tondalayo$10.19 Chicken bosom, bacon, blue cheese dressing, avocado, lettuce & tomato. The tallulah j. Tondalayo$14.19 Crab salad, bacon, blue cheese dressing, avocado, lettuce & tomato. The Billy's Philly$8.19 Roy's own thin sliced steak., velveeta cheese, fried onions and green peppers. The Daddy Warbucks$9.19 Beef tongue, swiss cheese, coleslaw & russian dressing. The Nameless Club$10.19 Chicken bosom, baked ham, anchovies, lettuce & tomato club with garlic mayonnaise. The B Bomb$9.19 Swiss cheese, chopped cherry peppers, kosher pickles & roy's own beer mustard on french bread. The Alp$10.19 Corn beef, swiss cheese, beerwurst(sausage), lettuce & tomato club with mayonnaise. The Crool World$10.19 Turkey bosom, swiss cheese, bacon, lettuce & tomato club with mayonnaise. The House Club$10.19 House baked ham, turkey bosom, swiss cheese, lettuce & tomato club with mayonnaise. The Gaelic Glory$11.19 Two (2) irish banger sausages, broiled pepper jack cheese, thick bacon, fried onions, and baked beans. Dodge Birdsall 50th Anniversary Winner Dodge City Blues$10.19 6oz Steak, muenster cheese, blue cheese dressing, onion, & tomato on french bread. The Jumping Jacques$10.19 Chicken liver pate, broiled swiss cheese, anchovies, bacon, tomato & garlic mayonnaise. The Doctor Howard Kane$10.69 Mesquite chicken breast, provolone cheese, bacon, avocado, tomato & horseradish mayo. All broiled on french bread. The Doctor Mark Milner$10.19 Tongue, corn beef, russian dressing, and side of slaw. Neil Sood$10.19 Mesquite chicken breast, portabella mushroom, pepper jack, cole slaw, and golden sauce, all broiled. Dr. Ecker The checker$13.19 Shrimp salad, avocado, honey roast pork and golden sauce. The Bill Dowski$9.69 Hard salami, provolone cheese, anchovies, tomatoes, olive oil, all sprinkled with parmesan cheese, oregano, all broiled & served on french bread. The Italiano$9.69 Hard salami, provolone cheese, anchovies, pepperoncinis, wine vinegar, olive oil, all sprinkled with parmesan cheese on french bread. The Sublet$8.69 Hard salami, swiss cheese, onions, lettuce, wine vinegar, olive oil, on french bread. The Schlemiel$10.19 6 oz. Steak, broiled sharp cheese, fried onions on a hard roll. The Schlimazel$10.69 6 oz. Steak, broiled provolone cheese, fried onions & green peppers on a hard roll. The Big Mouth Burger$10.69 10.6 oz. Hamburger, coleslaw & russian dressing on a hard roll. The Mafia Burger$11.19 10.6 oz. Hamburger, broiled provolone cheese & crushed cherry peppers on a hard roll. The Eddy Burger$7.69 5.3 oz. Hamburger, broiled swiss cheese & golden sauce on a hard roll. The Raymond Burger$7.69 5.3 oz. hamburger, broiled sharp cheese & garlic mayo on a hard roll. The Monday Burger$8.09 .3 oz. Hamburger, broiled American cheese, bacon & sweet relish on a hard roll. The Tuesday Burger$8.19 5.3 oz. Hamburger, broiled swiss cheese, fried onions & green peppers on a hard roll. The Wednesday Burger$8.19 5.3 oz. Hamburger, broiled provolone cheese & roy's hot sauerkraut on a hard roll. The Thursday Burger$8.19 5.3 oz. Hamburger, broiled sharp cheese, crushed cherry peppers on a hard roll. The Friday Burger$8.09 5.3 oz. Hamburger smothered in blue cheese dressing with lettuce & tomato on a hard roll. The Saturday Burger$7.69 5.3 oz. hamburger smothered in baked beans on a hard roll. The Sunday Burger$8.19 5.3 oz. Hamburger on a hard roll with broiled american cheese, raw onions, & our ever-ready, nostalgia-laden, ole-time kraut slaw (schemata). The gee o. Mutt burger$9.19 5.3 oz. Hamburger smothered in baked beans & fried onions with broiled american cheese on a hard roll. The Lassie Burger$10.19 5.3 oz. Hamburger, broiled provolone cheese, bacon, fried onions smothered in baked beans on a hard roll. The Bismark Von Brisket$9.19 A sauerbraten-type brisket, 5 oz. brisket on choice of bread served with side of slaw. Frau Bismark Von Brisket$10.69 5 oz. Sauerbraten-type brisket, broiled swiss cheese, hot german red cabbage on choice of bread. Try Our New Whatzit Sandwich$9.69 5 oz. of whatzit brisket with a side order of some of tthat; special .b.b.q beef and slaw. The Whichit$11.19 5 oz. Whatzit brisket, mother roy's very own homemade baked beans, coleslaw, crushed cherry peppers on choice of bread. Count T'ten$13.19 Shrimp salad, roast beef, lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise on choice of bread. Tobin's Tort$11.19 Broiled swiss cheese, roast pork, corn beef, tomato & blue cheese dressing club on choice of bread. Diana's Deliverance$11.19 Broiled tomatoes, broiled sharp cheese, onions, baked beans, and our own semi-famous chili brisket on bread of your choice. Kris The Kop$12.19 Broiled chicken liver pate, bacon, tomato, roast beef, all broiled with garlic mayo on bread of choice. Gaithersburg Gazette$16.19 Roast beef, crab salad, horseradish mayo and lettuce. The p.m. Magazine sandwich$15.19 Chicken bosom, shrimp salad, thick bacon, provolone cheese, tomato and golden sauce all broiled. The Val Tonetti$15.19 Shrimp salad, tomato, avocado, sharp cheese, russian dressing and thick bacon all grilled on your choice of bread. The Kalifornia Kosher$9.19 Avocado, hot pastrami, tomato and garlic mayo. The Chicken Chicken$9.19 Breaded real chicken breast, broiled swiss cheese, tomato, and golden sauce. The Chicken Chicken With Bacon$9.69 The Daughter Of The Son Of A Botch$9.19 Breaded pure chicken breast, broiled sharp cheese, tomato, & chili mayo on bread of choice. A Chirurgeon's Sandwich$15.19 Avocado, crab salad, golden brisket, golden sauce on bread of choice. My Beautiful Bratwurst$8.69 Two beautiful bratwurst sausages, beautiful sauerkraut, hot mustard and a little pickle. The Edel Wurst$10.19 Two bratwurst(sausages) on melted swiss topped with german red cabbage, fried onions and a blend of our hot mustard and sour cream. The Libby$10.69 Corn beef and pastrami, topped with coleslaw and russian dressing. choice of bread. The Rick & Aimee Brindley$10.19 Golden brisket, turkey breast, avocado and golden sauce. Choice of bread. The Gaitherwurst$9.69 Two brats (sausages) on a bed of melted provolone and roy's mittel europa-style kraut. Choice of bread. The Sue Adams$9.19 Breaded chicken bosom, rat sauce, broiled provolone, sprinkled with parmesan. choice of bread. The Whole Nicole$10.09 Grilled mesquite-smoked chicken breast, broiled sharp cheese, tomato, cherry peppers, fried onions, with a side of bbq sauce. Choice of bread. The Pasqual Gomez$9.19 Grilled mesquite-smoked chicken breast, broiled provolone, tomato, and garlic mayo. Choice of bread. Sweet Mesquite$9.19 Grilled, grilled smoked chicken breast, bacon, tomato, blue cheese dressing. The Mark (Big)Kessler$15.19 Mesquite chicken breast, avocado, swiss cheese, shrimp salad, and golden sauce broiled. Big Kahuna$16.19 Hot pastrami and hot corn beef with roast beef, coleslaw, russian dressing, lettuce, tomato, onions and mayo on choice of bread. Riley's Recker$11.19 Fried chicken breast, melted provolone cheese, ham, lettuce, tomato, onion and bbq sauce on the side on choice of bread. The Pretty Kitty In Love With Claude Dog$9.19 2 Polish sausages, broiled sharp cheese, onion, tomato, kraut and russian dressing on bread of choice. Sue Soper$12.19 Sliced steak, avocado, balsamic vinaigrette, portabella mushroom and onions on french bread. Ricky's Redemption$11.19 Kaiser brisket (cooked in chablis and horseradish), raw kraut, provolone, horseradish mayo all broiled. served with a side of our hot mustard and sour cream sauce. The Roger Anderhalden$14.19 Chili brisket, broiled provolone, avocado, bacon, tomato, onion, crushed cherry peppers and chili mayo on choice of bread. The Melinda$9.19 Turkey bosom, provolone cheese, bacon, lettuce & tomato club with golden sauce. Maria & Scott$10.19 2 Andoullie sausages, melted muenster cheese, avocado, and garlic mayo on french bread. Pam$10.19 2 Andouille sausages, melted muenster cheese, onion, tomato and cherry peppers on french bread. Bodacious Beth Burger$9.19 5.3 oz. Burger, our own danish blue cheese dressing, and beer battered onion rings topping the burger. The Olivia$10.19 3-Split pepperoncini, muenster cheese, hard salami, ham and tomato with garlic mayo. Plain or broiled on choice of bread. The Oscar$11.19 Turkey, roast beef, muenster cheese, lettuce, tomato and your choice of mayo. The Rae Chicken Thing$11.19 Mesquite chicken breast smothered in baked beans, broiled provolone cheese, bacon and fried onions on a kaiser roll. The Roy's Run Gang$15.19 Ham, shrimp salad, sharp cheese, tomato, avocado, golden sauce, all broiled. (Garlic mayo on the side). The Charlie Hawk$9.69 6oz Hamburger, portabella mushroom, swiss cheese & golden sauce. The New & Improved Fuller Family$10.19 6oz. Hamburger, avocado, bacon, provolone cheese and horseradish mayo served on a kaiser roll. The Red Hot Carmen$9.19 2 Bratwurst(sausages), german red cabbage, carmen's sauce--our house hot mustard blend with sour cream--served on crispy french bread. The Captin Ahab$8.19 Beer battered cod fish sandwich, served with side of slaw, and golden sauce or your choice of sauce. best on french bread. The Shakespeare$10.19 Two andouilee sausages, pepper jack cheese, grilled portabella mushroom cap, and crushed cherry peppers. The French Dip$10.19 Home-made cooked roast beef, provolone cheese, and aujus sauce. The Buffalo Gals$9.69 Breaded fried chicken breast, spicy buffalo sauce, melted muenster cheese, and a side of blue cheese or ranch dressing. And if you've made it this far, here's a copy of their 1973 menu: Dec 24, 2017 - "The Full Menu from Roy's Place (Gaithersburg)" on mocoshow.com And a more detailed history of Roy's Place: Jun 26, 2018 - "Roy's Place" on mocoshow.com
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