A restored house in Rockville serves up seasonal, creative, ingredient-driven cuisine.
By Katie Test
Tucked back along Rockville Pike in Maryland, Addie’s brings new American cuisine to life. After a long day of shopping in the ‘burbs, stop by this restored house to grab some Virginia wine on the patio, or settle down in the sun room for a farm fresh dinner.
Chef Nate Waugaman grows a garden of herbs (with more kinds of mint than one can count!) that he adds into his ever-changing seasonal menu. The menu features market salads, local beef filets and tender pork. Pastry Chef Colleen Welch whips up perfect desserts like a creamy goat cheese cheesecake, or a fresh berry sorbet.
A front and back patio makes Addie’s the setting for a relaxing summer night. The casual homey feel of the bungalow is an intimate, comfortable setting, you’re welcome to wear jeans and bring the family. So head on over to this Black’s Restaurant Group eatery when you find yourself in Maryland, and you won’t be disappointed. Addie’s is located at11120 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD 20852.