9400 Marlboro Pike, Upper Marlboro, MD, US, 20772

  • Phone: (301) 599-9400
  • Fax: (301) 599-0820
3.9 out of 5 (47 reviews)
74% of guests recommend this hotel
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  • Restaurants

    »Peachez Cafe and Lounge

    Peachez Cafe and Lounge is one of the favorite joints of the people of Upper Malboro's villages. Surrounded by live jazz bands and a dim decor, this place proves as a comfortable and relaxed dining experience. Consisting of the American Creole variety, some of the items on the menu features chicken marsala, hot homemade cornbread, shrimp and grits, jerk salmon salad, and lots of cocktails and desserts too. Private celebrations and social gatherings are accommodated here, along with the catering services that are provided too. Check out the website for more information.

    5010 Brown Station Road
    Upper Marlboro, MD 20772

    »Langston Bar and Grille

    Langston Bar and Grille is a tribute to John Mercer Langston: a prominent leader of the African Americans. The menu features American favorites of nuggets, fingers, sandwiches, chops, fried chicken, crab cake, ribs, waffles and more. The restaurant, covered in dark shades and subdued lighting, offers a casual tavern like ambiance to dine in. Guests can enjoy their food or drink at the patio, while the cool breeze cocoons them.

    1831 Benning Road Northeast
    Washington DC, DC 20002

    »Zest American Bistro

    Zest American Bistro is a sophisticated restaurant that makes you feel welcome with its cozy ambiance. Zest American Bistro is a dream come true for Amanda Briggs and her husband Steve, who wanted to create such a place for families to relax and savor fine American cuisine. The menu features local favorites of pasta, risotto, steaks, spaghetti carbonara, pork tenderloin and grilled dishes. They also have a special menu filled with goodies for kids. On Sundays, visit this place for a delectable brunch fare.

    735 8th Street Southeast
    Washington DC, DC 20003

    »Phase One

    One of the few lesbian bars in town, Phase One has been open on Capitol Hill for years. You will often find regulars playing pool in this relaxed and friendly place. At night and on weekends, the amiable bar scene often gives way to a party atmosphere, when the occasional live band takes over.

    525 8th Street Southeast
    Washington, DC 20003

    »Banana Cafe

    The Banana Cafe is on Capitol Hill near Eastern Market. This popular restaurant serves Cuban, Puerto Rican and Tex-Mex dishes. The dining area is brightly lit with a tropical decor. The popular sounds of Latin music drift in from the piano bar. Stuffed yucca and plantain soup are perhaps the most exotic offerings, but there are also a number of fine poultry and vegetarian selections. The marinated pork carnitas are also extremely popular. Of special note is Sunday brunch.

    500 8th Street Southeast
    Washington, DC 20003

    »Matchbox - Capitol Hill

    An old vending machine warehouse on Capitol Hill, almost a century old, was transformed into a refined bistro known as Matchbox. With outlets at Rockville, Chinatown and MD, Matchbox is renowned for serving pizzas made in wood fired brick ovens. This restaurant on Capitol Hill is covered in wooden furnishing surrounded by brick walls, giving it an elegant vintage ambiance. Try out their signature Matchbox Meat pizza filled with bacon, pepperoni and sausage submerged in alluring gooey cheese. Guests can chose to dine at the patio while watching the world pass by.

    521 8th Street Southeast
    Washington DC, DC 20003

    »Ted's Bulletin

    Another gem in Matchbox group of restaurants, Ted's Bulletin offers a tantalizing fare of classic American cuisine. If you are craving for some typical local dishes like burgers, steaks, chips, lasagna, ribs, sirloin strips sausages, beef and other delights, then Ted's Bulletin is the place to visit. The restaurant, furnished with booths separated by wooden panels surrounded by brick walls lined with posters from classical thrillers, will transport you to the 1920s. This place also features a gorgeous L-shaped bar where you can enjoy some cocktails.

    505 8th Street Southeast
    Washington DC, DC 20003


    Named after Douglas Commercial 3, a passenger plane, which was operational during 1940's, this little hot dog restaurant draws inspiration for its recipes, from the good old days of aviation boom. Located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, DC-3 serves some exceptional hot dogs, which are famous across the city. Their Half-Smoke dog, which is an icon in itself, still remains to be a favorite among many. Made by smoking some tender sausages, and topping them with cheese, mustard and onions, this hot favorite is made fresh to order. Other popular ones include Cincinnati Coney, Chicago 7, Corn Dog 2.99 and Tuscan Sonoran.

    423 8th Street Southeast
    Washington DC, DC 20003


    A place that definitely cannot be missed would have to be Montmartre. A typical French restaurant with lots to offer. A huge list of fine wine and a menu with excellent dishes such as carrot and ginger cream soup, blue point crab velouté with lump crabmeat, and homemade country paté with cornichons. You will sure get all your money's worth in this restaurant!

    327 7th Street Southeast
    Washington, DC 20003

    »Market Lunch

    Market Lunch is a must when visiting historic Eastern Market – especially for Saturday morning breakfast! Don’t let the long lines discourage. The wait is definitely worth the scrumptious breakfast and lunch. Market Lunch is mostly known for their famous Blueberry Buckwheat pancakes, simply called “Blue Buck,” and their Crab Cake Benedicts. Market Lunch serves an array of delicious breakfast foods including French toast, cheese grits and their large breakfast sandwiches and potatoes. For lunch, Market Lunch serves up their own home fried seafood, crab cakes, soft shell crabs, and hamburgers. The seating area at Market Lunch is very small and quite tight, but nobody seems to mind. Market Lunch is definitely worth it! -Shirley Hsieh

    225 7th Street SE
    Washington , DC 20003


    Tunnicliff's is a friendly restaurant-bar on Capitol Hill, popular with Hill staffers and area residents. A handsome bar greets patrons as they enter. The kitchen serves standard American fare. Burgers, sandwiches and pasta dishes are available, as well as more elaborate entrees, such as lamb, shrimp and steak. Expect some savory surprises whenever you head here, as there is something new on the menu everyday.

    227 7th Street
    Washington, DC 20003

    »Harrington's Pub & Kitchen

    Creating a warm environment of typical Irish pubs, Harrington's Pub & Kitchen is a crowd favorite in National Harbor. Their elaborate drinks menu has awesome choices of craft and bottled beers, red, white and sparkling wines, and a few more signature mixes. The kitchen menu is impressive too, with conventional options like Shepherd's Pie and Fish & Chips along with the improvised Maryland Crab Cake and Arugulo Pesto Pasta. You'd definitely want to try Mammy's Bread Pudding from the dessert menu to give a happy ending to the dining experience. Harrington's is open for private events as well. Check website for details.

    177 Fleet Street
    National Harbor, MD 20745
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