As you may know our latest Urban Housefitters Quarterly featured the wonderful Germantown Neighborhood. We compiled a list of hotspots and what we love about them. Check out our featured restaurants!
◦If you are looking for a more low key spot on a Friday night, this is the place to be! City House has been a long standing favorite of Germantown locals and tourists alike. The James Beard award winning chef, Tandy Wilson, created a wide variety
menu that focuses on Italian cooking with some Southern flair thrown in. Don’t miss the belly ham pizza and be sure to get the egg on top!
◦If you are looking for a fun atmosphere with beautiful architecture, be sure and check this place out! Their menu mainly features a lot of different brisket dishes along with tasty, plentiful side dishes. They also have an expansive beer
garden, which makes for a perfect spot for grabbing a beer, especially now that the weather is warming up!
•Rolf & Daughters
◦This lively and elegant restaurant features dim lighting and tables to fit any size party. If you want the option of an incredibly extensive cocktail menu, go here! We recommend the Fake Plastic Trees cocktail, which tastes like a
citrus flavored mojito with a tequila bite. The chef also prefers to use seasonal ingredients and the most talked about dish by far is the garganelli verde. Walk ins are welcome, but it is certainly recommended to get a reservation
because no one can get enough of their delicious, eclectic menu!
•Kuchnia & Keller
◦The chefs take a fresh clean take on Eastern European food without getting overly clever on this menu. For starters, be sure to check out the Ricotta Cheese Twist, served with sesame, buttermilk cheddar, parsley, and garlic. This
is by far the most popular dish on the snacks portion of the menu. The chef wants the focus to be all about “food, beer, and neighbors”. So whether you’re popping in for a late night snack or want to stay all night and drink or
eat from a wonderful menu, this is the place to go!
◦The menu is driven by many different vegetable forward dishes and fresh ingredients. They have a wood burning oven, an oyster bar, and many other shellfish dishes. The chef, Julia Sullivan, attended the Culinary Institute of America
in New York. She even named her restaurant after her grandparents. If you want a delicious vegan option, try the cauliflower steak. It does not disappoint!