Vienna Restaurant Named to Washingtonian's List of 100 Very Best Restaurants

What's your favorite dish on the menu of this Vienna eatery?

The magazine lists Maple Ave on its Very Best 100 Restaurants list this year.
The magazine lists Maple Ave on its Very Best 100 Restaurants list this year.
(Editor's note: Our bad! While Maple Ave IS on Washingtonian's Best 100 list this year, our information is from their 2013 edition currently on their Web site. We'll update our story — with even more Vienna restaurants — later today. So stay tuned! And sorry for the error. Here is the update.)

Kudos to Vienna's Maple Ave restaurant for landing on Washingtonian's "100 Very Best Restaurants" list.

The magazine lists Maple Ave on its "incoming" list and notes: "Maple Ave Restaurant, a Vienna dining room with an eclectic menu, is one of the area’s most exciting up-and-comers."  

The article starts out by saying: "Who wouldn’t be skeptical of a suburban restaurant that charges upward of $20 for entrées and looks to be housed in a ’60s-era doughnut shop?"

Washingtonian says not to miss these items on Maple Ave's menu: Crème fraîche chicken wings with Korean chili paste; scallops with coconut-scallion risotto; braised beef cheek; whole branzino; beer-battered fries; chocolate dumplings; yuzu-lime pie; mochi. 

The restaurant opened in 2009. For more about the owners and the restaurant's beginnings, read: Meet the Chef: Tim Ma, Maple Ave Restaurant

What's your favorite dish on the menu? Is there another Vienna restaurant you think should also be on the magazine's list? Share your thoughts in the Comments box below.


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