The downtown of the city of Frederick Maryland, an hour away from the Washington DC, just celebrated its diverse dining options with a restaurant week. Here are some of the deliciousness found in Frederick, listed alphabetically by the restaurant’s name. There are no reviews of dish – just their photos – because “a picture is worth a thousand words”. We recommend you to explore these and more of Frederick’s deliciousness on your own!
Chevrolet Volt, plug-in electric and gas car, was loaned to me by GM Northeast for the trip to Frederick. This 2011 Motor Trend Car award winning car made possible these restaurant trips from Washington DC to Frederick possible.
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