Enjoy a Fireside Meal at Jessup Restaurants

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On a chilly evening, there’s nothing better than enjoying a meal by a cozy fire. If that sounds good to you, visit one of these restaurants near our apartments in Jessup, MD, where you’re sure to have a night to remember with a fireside meal. Our favorite fireside dining experiences include:

Petit Louis Bistro 

Step into Petit Louis Bistro where you’ll find an old-school European setting. The chefs create French fare from fresh seasonal and regional ingredients. They often change the menu, so there’s always something new to try. As you sit by the fire, sample the steak frites, Quiche Lorraine, or salmon roti. Be sure to round out your meal with the creme brulee and a bottle of your favorite wine. 

Bond Street Social 

One of the area’s most popular restaurants, Bond Street Social is a fun place to meet friends. It offers an upscale dining experience with a lively social scene. On a cool night, the glass fireplaces and custom-designed indoor fire pit keep everyone warm and cozy. In the kitchen, the talented culinary team creates unique twists on comfort food favorites. Offerings include Bond Street burgers, spicy spinach ravioli, and cast iron New York strip loin. 

Ambassador Dining Room 

An award-winning eatery, the Ambassador Dining Room serves some of the tastiest Indian fare around. It was named “Best Indian Restaurant” by the readers of Baltimore Magazine. Guests come from near and far and always enjoy fast, friendly service. The dining room boasts an inviting setting. It comes complete with dim lighting, beautiful views, and a crackling fireplace. Menu offerings include lamb saag, chicken korma, and palak paneer. 

After your fireside meal, enjoy some escape room fun around Jessup. Your problem-solving skills are sure to be tested, unlike ever before. If you’re searching for a place to call home, please contact us. We’ll arrange a tour of The Elms at Shannon’s Glen, where you can see our apartments in Jessup, MD, firsthand. 

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