Gaithersburg Dining

Gaithersburg, Maryland, is located in Montgomery County and is considered a suburb of Washington, D.C. If you find yourself hungry in Gaithersburg, there are a number of options to choose from. The Dogfish Head Alehouse is located at 800 West Diamond Avenue and is open for lunch, dinner and brunch on Sundays. Though the original DHA is in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, this Maryland location has all the same features that have contributed to its success: a comfortable, casual atmosphere, delicious wood-grilled food and the craft-brewed Dogfish ales. When you arrive, don't forget to check the beer chalkboard to find out which brews are on tap.

O'Donnell's Sea Grill -- located at 311 Kentlands Boulevard -- is the Washington D.C. area's premiere seafood restaurant. This dining establishment has been family owned and operated for over 80 years. It's open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, and a three-course prix fixe menu is available on Tuesday nights. O'Donnell's offers Norfolk-style dishes, fresh soups and salads, pasta, chicken, steak, fresh Maine lobster and their signature crab cakes. O'Donnell's also has a bakery on the premises, which offers favorites like cheesecake, key lime pie, lemon meringue pie and their famous Rum Buns.

If you're in the mood for barbecue, Famous Dave's -- located at 917 Quince Orchard Road -- is your destination. Famous Dave's is open all week for lunch and dinner, and you can choose to dine in or take out some "real honest barbecue." Dave's is a casual place that welcomes families and serves hickory-smoked meats and award-winning barbecue ribs. The menu also includes juicy burgers, smoked sandwiches, fresh garden salads and home-style desserts. Famous Dave has been in the barbecue business for 25 years, and he has created the Rich & Sassy BBQ sauce that you're going to want to try on your Georgia chopped pork or hickory-smoked ribs.

For something a little different, try Cebiche House at 117 North Frederick Avenue. Cebiche House offers fine Peruvian dining and promises you the best ceviche in the area. It has the best and largest menu of Peruvian food in the D.C. Metro area, including Maryland and Virginia. It is the only Peruvian restaurant that specializes in delicious, fresh seafood. Cebiche House offers a lunch buffet that is always stocked with a wide selection of South American and Peruvian dishes. The regular menu includes appetizers, soups, salads, vegetables, beef, fish, chicken and desserts -- all Peruvian style.