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Geppetto
10257 Old Georgetown Rd, Bethesda, MD 20814
Geppetto Restaurant in Wildwood Shopping Center serves Italian-American cuisine. Their signature dish is whiteMore and Sicilian style pizza but other classic entrees include chicken and veal piccata and marsala and shrimp and scallop arrabiata. Geppetto caters and accepts phone and web orders. Outdoor seating and gift certificates are available.
Rock Bottom
7900 Norfolk Ave, Bethesda, MD 20814
Rock Bottom is a chain restaurant and brewery known for its tasty American cuisine and seasonal brews. This locationMore features two floors of tables and booths, a large bar area and outdoor patio seating during the summer. The large menu offers patrons steaks, burgers, salads, pastas, fish and pizza. And the drink menu isn't just for beer lovers, Rock Bottom also serves cocktails and wine. There's often live music near the bar and great late-night drink specials every night starting at 11pm.
Persimmon
7003 Wisconsin Ave, Bethesda, MD 20815

Chef Damian Salvatore knows modern American cuisine and Zagat ('Bethesda's Best'), Wine Spectator (Award ofMore Excellence) and Bethesda Magazine (Best Overall Restaurant in Montgomery County) agree.

Enjoy Sunset Dining and a three-course Tasting Menu ($30). On Sundays, Persimmon has an amazing brunch. And on Thursdays you can get a 1/2 price bottle of wine! 

If you want to get a table, you better make a reservation now!

South Street Steaks
4856 Cordell Ave, Bethesda, MD 20814

Host of the notorious Whiz Bowl Championship cheesesteak-eating competion, South Street Steaks is considered byMore Washingtonian Magazine as one of the Best Dirt Cheap Eats.  But, for all who are not familiar with authentic South Street Philly cuisine, a few words of warning from the shop:

"All cheesesteaks/chicken cheesesteaks come with fried onions unless you tell us otherwise.  Sandwiches come with ca hoice of American cheese, Provolone cheese or  Cheez Whiz (hence the name, Whiz Bowl). Sorry, no mayonnaise. The term 'hoagie' refers to a cold sub, so don't ask for a cheesesteak haogie."

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