Isabella's

★★★★★
  • 44 N Market St

    Frederick, MD 21701

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  • 301-698-8922

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Closed Mondays
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Excellent Tapas and Sangria. The tapas were on par with what I had in Madrid and I can't think of anything on the menu that I wouldn't recommend.

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Excellent Tapas and Sangria. The tapas were on par with what I had in Madrid and I can't think of anything on the menu that I wouldn't recommend.

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Isabella's is our "go-to" restaurant when we want a fancy dinner. The service is awesome, the atmosphere is unique and the food is excellent! Try the goat cheese fritters with shallot vinaigrette or the asparagus fries, served in a champagne glass with dipping sauce. The meditteranean seafood stew is spicy and flavorful! A great dining experience!

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★★★★☆

Isabella's is our "go-to" restaurant when we want a fancy dinner. The service is awesome, the atmosphere is unique and the food is excellent! Try the goat cheese fritters with shallot vinaigrette or the asparagus fries, served in a champagne glass with dipping sauce. The meditteranean seafood stew is spicy and flavorful! A great dining experience!

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For a very long time, I had been wanting to try Isabella's. However, my husband who doesn't like to dine out anyway, resisted. I finally got him to go, and by the time we finished dinner his reply was, "I think I have a new favorite restaurant!"

The food was absolutely fabulous! We began with a couple different Tapas, one of which was a shrimp dish. The food was fresh, hot and delicious. Our main entrees were equally as fabulous, and my husband's dish (bacon wrapped giant sea scallops) was one of the best I had ever tasted!

I highly recommend giving this place a try!

5
★★★★★

For a very long time, I had been wanting to try Isabella's. However, my husband who doesn't like to dine out anyway, resisted. I finally got him to go, and by the time we finished dinner his reply was, "I think I have a new favorite restaurant!"

The food was absolutely fabulous! We began with a couple different Tapas, one of which was a shrimp dish. The food was fresh, hot and delicious. Our main entrees were equally as fabulous, and my husband's dish (bacon wrapped giant sea scallops) was one of the best I had ever tasted!

I highly recommend giving this place a try!

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We love going here for a mom's night out. We each order one or two appetizers and share. The drinks aren't too bad either.
The mussels and baked brie are great!

5
★★★★★

We love going here for a mom's night out. We each order one or two appetizers and share. The drinks aren't too bad either.
The mussels and baked brie are great!

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The best part of many restaurants' menus is the appetizer list, and sometimes the best meal you can get is to order several appetizers to share with a friend instead of getting one entree each.

That's why tapas cuisine is so wonderful. It's Spanish (think creative combinations, a wide variety of flavors, and mild spice), and the usual way is to order two or three tapas dishes per person, giving you a wide variety of flavors to sample -- a satisfying meal that won't leave you feeling stuffed. Of course, if you want to have an entree, there are good ones to choose from -- especially the paellas. And the wine list is excellent -- not terribly extensive, but offering some truly excellent wines at very reasonable prices. In tapas dishes, try the goat cheese fritters with bread, the chicken with chocolate sauce (like a Mexican mole, but less spicy), or the portobello mushroom with spinach and cheese; for dessert, don't miss the flan.

5
★★★★★

The best part of many restaurants' menus is the appetizer list, and sometimes the best meal you can get is to order several appetizers to share with a friend instead of getting one entree each.

That's why tapas cuisine is so wonderful. It's Spanish (think creative combinations, a wide variety of flavors, and mild spice), and the usual way is to order two or three tapas dishes per person, giving you a wide variety of flavors to sample -- a satisfying meal that won't leave you feeling stuffed. Of course, if you want to have an entree, there are good ones to choose from -- especially the paellas. And the wine list is excellent -- not terribly extensive, but offering some truly excellent wines at very reasonable prices. In tapas dishes, try the goat cheese fritters with bread, the chicken with chocolate sauce (like a Mexican mole, but less spicy), or the portobello mushroom with spinach and cheese; for dessert, don't miss the flan.

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Finding a distinctive tapas place in the historic town of Frederick merits more than a passing glance. Rather trendy with its brick walls and mustard-yellow colors, wooden floors and spacious bar area, Isabella's provides a sophisticated…

 

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