Potomac Village dining offerings range from quick and easy chain restaurants such as Moby Dick, Five Guys and Chipotle to local and regional favorites like Sprinkles Ice Cream, Vie de France and En Bistro.
Are you looking for a date night or celebratory lunch or dinner location? If so, head to Potomac Village - Old Angler's Inn, Renato Restaurant, Lock 72, Hunter's Bar and Grill and Normandie Farm Restaurant are all within a five-minute drive - or on a warm summer's evening why not walk to the Village?
Nearby Cabin John Village has recently expanded it's dining options to include Le Pain Quotidien, Cava, Sisters (Thai) and Shake Shack.  Not to be confused with Cabin John Village, the Cabin John area off of MacArthur Boulevard is home to Wild Tomato, Fish Taco, and Sal's Italian Kitchen.
Other nearby locations to explore the dining options are Wildwood, Bethesda, Chevy Chase, and the newly developed area of Pike and Rose. A quick bridge crossing will take you to Tysons Corner, VA, an ever-expanding area with a broad range of dining options. We'd be remiss if we didn't remind you to head into DC as it has become quite a foodie scene. Some of the dining options are worth heading out of Potomac!
People who can choose to live anywhere...live here. Conveniently located close to anywhere you want to go, Potomac Falls affords quick access to airports, dining, shopping and downtown DC.    
Get out and explore! Potomac Falls is close to National Parks, Washington DC's museums and numerous local parks and trails.  
Potomac Falls is conveniently located close to hundreds of restaurants and cafes offering an endless selection of dining choices.  
Potomac Falls is minutes from all of the key shopping malls and boutiques in the Metro area, from Potomac Village and Bethesda to the high end shops of Chevy Chase and Tysons Galleria Mall.