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Where to Dine in Washington County

Where to Dine in Washington County

Along with its long and impressing history, fabulous arts and entertainment, and beauty, Washington County offers a diverse range of foods. Whether you are looking for a new experience all-together, dinner with entertainment, or home-style country cooking, Washington County has just what your taste buds are hungering for and within everyone's budget. Within miles of each other visitor's can easily find many family eateries, pubs, bar and grills, diners, delis, fast food chains, and sit-down dining restaurants.
Without naming them all, I have put together a few of my personal favorites.
Texas Roadhouse
120 S. Edgewood Drive, Hagerstown * 301-739-2200 * Open Daily. This steakhouse serves lunch and dinner as well as alcoholic beverages.
Crazy Horse
116 Railway Lane, Hagerstown * 301-791-2611 * Open Daily. This steakhouse is "A Real Taste of the Old West" serving choice steaks and exotic game dishes. They have a sports lounge with a wide screen TV, entertainment every Friday and Saturday night.
Jersey Mikes Subs
18015 Garland Groh Blvd, Hagerstown * 301-393-9495 * www.jerseymikes.com. Sub shop with a variety of subs, wraps, sandwiches, chips, and drinks. Specials run throughout the year. Check website for details.
Asian Market
17609 Virginia Ave, Hagerstown * 301-733-0037 * Open M-F 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sat 10 a.m.-7 p.m., and Sun 11 a.m.-2 p.m. * www.darrellenterprise.com. Food from all Asian countries - Fresh Asian vegetables every Thursday through Sunday.
Windy Hill
13120 Clear Spring Road, Clear Spring * 301*842-2827 * Open 7 a.m.-8 p.m. daily. * www.windyhill-restaurant.com. Traditional country food. Eat-in, Take-out or catering. Large banquet room.

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