Cozy Up With a Bowl of Soup in Jessup, Maryland

a bowl of soup

Did you know that soup originated in 6000 BC?

Today, Americans eat over 10 million bowls every year, with chicken noodle being the most popular flavor.

If you would like to enjoy some soup, head to one of these restaurants near our Jessup apartments where you’ll find everything from tomato to lobster bisque:

Stanford Grill

Voted the most romantic restaurant by Yelp, the Stanford Grill features cozy leather booths, candlelit tables, and a crackling fireplace. A jazz trio entertains nightly, and the restaurant is perfect for date night or a leisurely evening with friends. The waitstaff suggests food and wine pairings to ensure that everyone enjoys the perfect meal. Try the soup of the day with the house salad or iron skillet cornbread. Stanford Grill is a 15-minute drive away.

Lib’s Grill

Lib’s Grill, located a 17-minute drive away, is a neighborhood restaurant that’s all about having fun. It offers live music on Friday and Saturday nights, along with other exciting events such as themed wine dinners. The chef changes the menu with each season. He only uses fresh ingredients and makes everything from scratch, including the cocktail sauce. Enjoy a bowl of the creamy tomato soup with a Red Dragon grilled cheese sandwich.

Seasons 52

At Seasons 52, located 20-minutes away by car, visitors find seasonal menus and 52 wines by the glass. The chef uses fresh produce and a brick oven to prepare meat that’s both naturally lighter and more flavorful. The restaurant offers an upscale yet casual setting. It comes complete with dim lighting, wood accents, and authentic Asian decor. The service is always friendly, and the waitstaff knows regulars by name. For dinner, try the lobster bisque or tomato soup with a chopped Greek salad. 

These are just a few of the restaurants near our apartments in Jessup, MD. If you’re looking for a place to call home, please contact us. We will gladly arrange a private showing where you can see firsthand all we have to offer. 

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