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Photo credit of The Dish & Dram, Cheeseburger and Risotto by Scott Suchman for The Washington Post.

Serving comfort food with international flavors - dishes that reminds us of sitting around the table with friends and family here and around the world. Our focus is on seasonal, farm fresh and local ingredients. Our Cocktail List has favorites from near and far, as well as "drams" of whiskey. Menus here.

You can make Online Reservations!

New Year's Eve: Join us for an All You Can Eat Pig Roast with Ribeye and Oysters on December 31st, 3 to 8pm. BBQ Pork, Grilled Chicken, plus lots of sides for $35 per person. Add in our Standing Rib Roast and Raw Oysters for an additional $10. Reservations required. Call us or Click HERE for more info.

We Cater! Rent our "Absinthe" Room in the back for parties, cocktails or office meetings (we provide audio, microphone, TV and more). The Dish & Dram can be rented on Sunday evenings and all day Monday. And we can cater in your home, office or favorite venue! Click HERE. 

We love kids! Check out our Kids Menu HERE.

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​​​​​​Seasonal * Farm Fresh * Cocktail Bar * Catering

10301 Kensington Parkway, Kensington, MD * 301/962-4046 * @TheDishandDram

Hours: Tuesday to Thursday: 11:30am to 5pm lunch, 5 to 9pm dinner. Friday and Saturday: 11:30am to 5pm lunch, 5 to 9:30pm dinner. Sunday Brunch 10am to 3pm.Happy Hour at the Cocktail bar, 3:30pm to 6:30pm Tuesday to Friday, 12:30pm to 6:30pm Saturdays. Closed Mondays. Our Absinthe Room, in the back, is available to rent for private dining or events. The entire restaurant is available for rent Sunday evenings and all day Monday. We are also a full service catering company and can cater in your favorite venue. Please park in the back whenever possible. Please use street parking during lunch. We have limited parking spots.

​Read The Washington Post's review, "If you're wondering what a model neighborhood restaurant looks like, here it is,"(click here).And what motivates us in, "Why a Local Chef Bids on Tomatoes Alongside Mennonites"  in the City Paper. Click HERE.

Zagat Review: This modern Kensington American restaurant draws inspiration from world travels, offering riffs on comfort favorites like steak frites and fish tacos, along with brunch, homemade desserts, cocktails and whiskeys by the "dram."

We've launched ournew Coffee & Tea Program  featuring women-owned businesses. We'll donate 15% of sales of French Press and Bags of Coffee to the Lombardi Cancer Center. 

Visit our sister restaurant, The Daily Dish, in Silver Spring, MD, RAMMY winner for Favorite Gathering Place and Brunch and finalist for Casual Restaurant of the Year.