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 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.