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Seasons 52, Rockville (I haven't been there yet, has anyone?)
Elevation Burger, Potomac (veggie burger #1 was really good but high in sodium)
Red Robin, Gaithersburg
Ruby Tuesday, Rockville
Taco Bell, Rockville
Cheesecake Factory, Bethesda
A shout-out to Wegman's in Germantown because they have calorie info on most of their prepared foods including sushi, sandwiches, and every item on their hot/cold bar. Never seen that before.
Lastly, a shout-down to Sweetgreen, Bethesda. Yes, the food is fresh and tasty. And Sweetgreen shows calories; however, I don't believe their posted calories are close to reality. Since they prepare dishes right in front of you, it's easy to see they're putting in huge amounts of salad and dressing and with no consistent measurement.
Edited by: PASTAFARIAN at: 12/17/2013 (22:37)
Naked Pizza has calorie info on all their dishes! Haven't tried it yet, though. Has anyone here?
The only bad thing is that it appears the Bethesda location (their one presence in MC) is not eat-in. Only carryout and delivery.
Since we're including chains, don't forget:
- Noodle & Company
I don't go to Balducci's often but I'm pleased to see they have calorie info on (at least some of) their foods. But what I find hard to believe is:
730c Tomato and Mozarella Ficelle Sandwich
580c Turkey, Brie and Apple Ficelle Sandwich
How can the Turkey-Brie Sandwich be so much lower in calories?! (Or rather, why is the Tomato Mozarella Sandwich so high?)
I just noticed California Tortilla now offers calorie info on all their dishes!
Since I mentioned zpizza earlier, I can now report that I've been there. Yes, it has calorie info but ...
I asked the guy at the register how the WW crust was and he said "Very good - and you probably won't be able to taste the difference." Huh? I'm sure it's nutritious but it didn't taste anything like a traditional pizza crust. That said, the pizza (traditional ham and pineapple) was very good; just not what I expected as far as the crust goes - it had no fight in it. The toppings were plenty and well-prepared. Plenty of pineapple and delicate ham.
We also ordered an arugula and greek salad. Both looked top-notch - plenty of walnuts on mine, feta and olives on hers - except they forgot the dressing on both. I go up to the drink/untensil area and look for dressing. None there. I look over at the manager, seated in the dining area chatting, and he promptly gets up and comes over to find out what I need. I explain and he said "No problem, I'll get that for you." A minute later, I went back to get some knives and forks and stood there trying to figure out if I was missing something. The manager came up to me and asked if he could help so I said "the utensil dispenser has only one fork and one knife." He replied "How many do you need?" Good grief. Can this guy not figure things out? He already knew we were a party of two and one knife/fork isn't enough. Next, got up to find some sweetener for the ice tea. Nope, none there. What the heck is wrong with this place?
zpizza in Rockville has calorie and other nutrition facts per slice for all their pizzas. Haven't been there yet but the website lays out a story that makes it sound like this is not your typical cheap pizza chain.
Edited by: PASTAFARIAN at: 12/21/2010 (12:44)
I'm always interested in local restaurants that 1) are good and 2) publish calorie info. Any recommendations?
I'll start with two.
Panera - they recently added calorie info to their menus. They food is great so the combination is hard to beat.
Zoe's - A chain new to Montgomery County, I started visiting the one by Harris-Teeter off Montrose Rd by 270. Some of the dishes are a little odd but overall, I like it. Unfortunately, calorie info isn't available on the premises; you have to get it from their website. That should change soon since they either are or soon will be in violation of the MC law regarding posting of nutrition info.