About 200 Monroe Restaurant
At Frederick Community College, 200 Monroe Restaurant delivers a capstone learning experience for Hospitality, Culinary and Tourism Institute (HCTI) students.Under the guidance of our Culinary and Hospitality instructors, students complete training by delivering excellent service and a high-quality dining experience to you and your guests.Showcasing culinary and hospitality newly-acquired skills, HCTI students work in an open-kitchen restaurant setting during their final semester of the program.
Now Accepting 2019 Dinner Reservations
Offering an exclusive 3-course menu, 200 Monroe will soon open for the 2019 spring semester on Thursday evenings, from February 28 through May 9, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Prepared and served to you by our students, your choice of a first, second and third course selection, and choice of beverage, is $35 per guest (all inclusive.) This enjoyable dining experience is especially rewarding as all restaurant revenue directly supports HCTI student training and instruction in the program.
Join Us for Lunch this Spring!
Reservations Not Required
Offering “Build a Bowl” concept with Grab ‘N Go available, our 200 Monroe Restaurant welcomes you and your guests on Wednesdays starting April 17, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m., through May 8 this spring. Please note, credit card payments only (no cash please) and reservations are not required. Cost is $8.99 per guest. We look forward to seeing you this Friday!
HCTI is proud to receive numerous requests for students to cater special events. While these opportunities are very much appreciated, the program is unable to directly accommodate these requests (due to limited resources required to support such events). We are however happy to provide referrals to HCTI graduates currently operating successful catering businesses. Please contact us at HCTI@frederick.edu. Thank you for your interest!
FCC Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Institute
The Hospitality, Culinary and Tourism Institute offers Certificate and AAS Degree programs in Culinary Arts as well as Hospitality Management. Additionally, a Letter of Recognition (short-term training focusing on fundamental skills) can be completed in one semester. Instruction focusing on skills and competencies is aligned with industry standards established by the American Culinary Federation (ACF) and the American Hotel Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI). Students engage with the local business community via internships and service learning experiences in order to meet growing industry demands. With academic and workforce development training programs, HCTI delivers a strong foundation of knowledge, skills and practical experience for long-term success.
Hours of Operation:
New in 2019: Dinner Service
Thursdays • 5:30pm – 8:30pm
February 28–May 9
*Closed March 28
Wednesdays only • 11:30 – 1:15
April 17–May 8
Lunch Express is a lunch Pop-up fast-casual concept.
Guests "build a bowl" with their choice of greens, grains, proteins and side salads. No reservations are needed.
East Patrick Street
Popup Lunch: $8.99
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access