The Woodstock Inn wants to be your favorite place. We serve fresh, delicious hand-crafted American food in a relaxed pub atmosphere. Familiar favorites and tempting daily specials are offered in the restaurant and bar. along with a wide selection of liquors, wines and beers. Live music from some of the best bands around.
Wings To Go's cooks paint with a palette of 20 house sauces, imbuing fresh chicken morsels with spicy, tangy, and sweet flavors. Sauces ranging in intensity from mild all the way to homicide coat menu stars boneless buffalo wings ($7.79 for 10; $14.99 for 20), which can also arrive drenched in a blend of garlic and fresh-grated parmesan or soaked in a Chesapeake Bay flavoring that salutes the tastes of Maryland's seaside. House dipping sauce complements a plate of buffalo shrimp ($7.99 for five; $9.99 for 10), while the Southern-style chicken sandwich ($5.99), like a bachelor who's run out of body wash, bathes in barbecue sauce. The lengthy list of sides includes straight cut and syrup-less waffle fries ($2.99–$4.99), cooling coleslaw ($2.75–$5.75), and fried pickles ($4.99).
Paradise Indian Cuisine (Formerly Indiclub) is a modern Indian restaurant which takes its inspiration from the age old dining. This approach allows you to choose a variety of appetizers and entrees to share with your dining companions.
You could say that Shamim and Riffat Rana are passionate about Asian cuisine. So passionate, in fact, that they have overcome great odds to become—and remain—a local go-to dining establishment. The duo founded the original O's Place in Woodlawn in 2002, growing their cozy eatery through hard work, dedication, and support from the community. By 2005, their success necessitated a move to a larger space on Security Boulevard. But three years later, it looked as though their good fortune might come to an end: that’s when the thriving eatery burned down in an electrical fire.
Somehow, Shamim and Riffat never lost hope. Instead, they found a new culinary home on the second floor of Seoul Plaza, where patrons now sit in the food court outside or within the eatery’s charming dining room decorated with Asian-inspired artwork and flowers. Using the same culinary formula that gained the restaurant its initial popularity, the family-friendly eatery boasts a large assortment of Chinese and South Asian buffet dishes, kept warm and working on their tans under heat lamps. For specific cravings, diners may also order from lunch and dinner menus full of Pakistani and Indian specialties, including tandoori chicken and beef nihari.
Caribbean Dutch Pot Restaurant's owner and culinary captain, Ras Prince, layers plates with traditional Jamaican fare. Prince draws from spice-heavy Caribbean recipes, incorporating chicken, goat, and seafood to silence stomach rumbles without diners having to snack on soundproof insulation. Events such as karaoke, culturally focused open-mic-poetry nights, and live reggae bands on Saturdays and Sundays further imbue the intimate space with a spirited, tropical atmosphere. That atmosphere will be carried over to Woodlawn Memorial Park in July when the Restaurant hosts a Reggae Jerk Festival. Inside the restaurant, elements of Caribbean design, such as bamboo accents and tables topped in reed placemats, complement brightly colored walls and free wireless internet routed through a coconut.
With this Groupon, $10 gets you $25 worth of pasta, pizza, frittatas, and more at Ciao Pizza Bistro Italiano. Ciao offers a variety of vegetarian, fish, and meat dishes to accommodate your diet, and its extensive menu makes it a great place for groups that can't agree on where to eat or for self-squabbling multi-headed beasts.Pizza Problems sold an unprecedented 300 copies in 1981, and was even briefly adapted into a Saturday morning animated series, although fans objected to Pepperoni’s portrayal as a softheaded comic foil. Activavision Studios recently announced plans for a 30th anniversary relaunch of the Pizza Problems franchise, a mature-rated gore fest featuring the sultry voice talents of David Hyde Pierce.