Roaming Rooster, a D.C. Favorite for Fried Chicken, Will Move Into Maryland This Fall
Food truck-turned-local chain Roaming Rooster continues to cover the DMV with new locations selling its beloved buttermilk fried chicken sandwiches. Developer Federal Realty Investment Trust recently announced Roaming Rooster will open its first Maryland restaurant inside the Pike & Rose complex in North Bethesda this fall. The 1,843-square-foot outpost — Roaming Rooster’s sixth in the region — will serve its Nashville hot, Buffalo, and honey butter chicken sandwiches, along with wings, tenders, salads, sides, and an all-week breakfast menu with biscuit sandwiches. Roaming Rooster’s birds are free-range, grain-fed, antibiotic-free and halal.