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Stir-Fry Chain Honeygrow’s Biggest Local Restaurant So Far Debuts in Rockville

It’s the third branch in the DMV for the budding brand

Rockville just got the biggest Honeygrow restaurant to date in the area.
Photo: Honeygrow
Tierney Plumb is the editor of Eater DC, covering all things food and drink around the nation's capital.

Burgeoning chain Honeygrow just opened its largest local outpost to date in Rockville, Maryland, expanding upon its plan to establish eight new stir-fry eateries across the D.C.-metro area by the end of next year.

The Philly-based fast-casual restaurant, which has two other existing locations in Chinatown and Pentagon City, hired Rockville-based artist Ian Bell to do his thing inside its latest 2,500-square-foot spot.

The menu at the new 56-seat location includes newly added winter options such as roasted garlic tahini (whole wheat noodles, roast chicken, chickpeas, kale, red onions, roasted garlic tahini sauce, coriander crunch topping), and a winter kale salad (pomegranate vinaigrette, organic baby spinach, kale, roasted Brussels sprouts, mushrooms, pears, blue cheese, and pecans).

The opening day rush at Honeygrow on January 18.
Photo: Honeygrow

The new location is scheduled to operate from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.

Status: Certified open. 12035 Rockville Pike, Rockville, Md.; website.