By Laura L. Thornton
Get caught up with the food scene in Montgomery County and adjacent Washington, DC, neighborhoods with Patch’s foodie news column, 1 Meat, 3 Sides. This week, the possibility of a winery in downtown Bethesda takes center plate.
When Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot stopped by Positano Ristorante (4948 Fairmont Ave., Bethesda) on Friday to commend owners Luigi, Angela and Jim Traettino for more than 35 years of service in Bethesda, Luigi Traettino—who founded the restaurant in 1977—had one particular question for the comptroller.
He said he'd like to get a permit to have a winery in the restaurant. How did Franchot respond? Read more on Bethesda-Chevy Chase Patch.
The recently shuttered, longtime vegan favorite Vegetable Garden will be replaced by Pho Eatery, according to Bethesda Magazine.
Let the good cheese roll at this year’s Montgomery County Agricultural Fair. Ed Hogan, aka "The Big Cheese," is on a quest to build and serve a record number of grilled cheese sandwiches during the fair’s nine-day run, The Gazette reported.
Have you ever seen a cake get painted? It's a very delicate business, but the results are delicious. Watch a video of cakes being decorated at Bethesda cake shop Fancy Cakes by Leslie.