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Mrs. K's Restaurant & Barrel Bar
Mrs. K's Restaurant & Barrel Bar
9201 Colesville Rd,
Silver Spring, MD 20910
301-589-3500
www.mrsks.com

MRS. K'S RESTAURANT & BARREL BAR
Whether beginning your day in the beautiful spring garden near the tranquil pond and gazebo or celebrating inside the Terrace overlooking the colorful change of season, Mrs. K’s is the perfect setting for the bride and groom who want to spend their special day in one place from ceremony to reception.

The grounds are immaculately kept and brim with a variety of seasonal flowers – tulips, hibiscus, fuchsia cockscomb, black-eyed Susans and impatiens – that are continuously tended to in the spring, summer and fall. Mrs. K’s enjoys a long and well-deserved reputation for its Sunday brunches, wine tastings and overall cuisine at the historic setting with one of the most scenic locations in lower Montgomery County.

The outdoor garden can accommodate a ceremony of 300 guests while Mrs. K’s Terrace Room, Barrel Bar and other dining areas are perfect for reserving in its entirety or individually for smaller receptions and intimate gatherings.

A quote recently posted on Wedding Wire said it all: “Mrs. K’s is beautiful throughout the year... The garden was in full bloom and the weather for our outdoor ceremony could not have been more perfect... The staff at Mrs. K’s went above and beyond for our wedding ceremony and reception. The food there is by far not your ‘typical wedding food.’ My guests are still talking about how delicious their meals were.”


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