Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Cava Grill opened in Bethesda

Photo by Emily Clack
Initial Thoughts:
  • Design:  Sleek and inviting.  Reclaimed wood benches. 
  • Food:  Delicious fast-casual.  Fresh ingredients and pitas with roasted lamb.  I loved the dips with pita chips. 
  • Drinks:  They offer a limited selection of beer and wine.
  • Price:  Cheap, around $6 for a pita
  • Would I go back?  Yes.
Drawing from the success of Cava’s modern take on Greek food, Cava Grill aims to bring these authentic flavors to the fast-casual setting, redefining signature dishes for time- and budget-conscious customers. It reminds me of Chipotle, but with Greek food.  What a great concept!  I think this place will do really well.  I recommended that they add those delicious fried Spanikopita to the menu.  All of the food is delicious.  I can't wait until they open one in DC!


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(240) 221-0887
Bethesda
4832 Bethesda Avenue
Bethesda, MD 20814
www.cavagrill.com/index.php
Cava Mezze Grill on Urbanspoon

2 comments:

Andrea Monica said...

Great pictures, Emily! Was nice to meet you on Monday.

capitalcooking said...

Thanks Andrea. Hopefully I'll get to meet your next time as well. I'll pass the message along to Emily. She's super talented!