Sleep Inn & Suites
9400 Marlboro Pike
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
Phone: (301) 599-9400
Fax: (301) 599-0820
9400 Marlboro Pike, Upper Marlboro, MD, US, 20772
- Phone: (301) 599-9400
- Fax: (301) 599-0820
Bars & Cafes
A refined lounge located in Capitol Hill, Wisdom delights with its sophisticated cocktail program. The menu selection is fairly large, and to help patrons navigate it, they offer an innovative guide that helps in making an informed choice. Absinthe and absinthe-based cocktails are a specialty at Wisdom. There's a modest food menu that includes bar bites like bacon waffles, hummus and more. Aside from cocktails, the drinks menu offers a varied array of spirits ranging from wines and whiskey to bourbon and brandy. Check website for more.
Located towards the eastern end of Capitol Hill, Trusty's is a neighborhood bar with a relaxed, friendly vibe. Whether you stop by for after-work drinks or weekend brunch, you are sure to have a good time. On the menu, you will find some delicious burgers and steaks, which you can wash down with a draft, canned or bottled beer. Happy Hour is between 4p and 7p, Monday through Friday, and there are many weekend sports specials as well. The Bus Bar on the second floor can also be hired for private events.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The owners of the this pub themselves have been students of brewery. The beer served her is carefully crafted in order to suit a variety of palettes. They constantly reinvent their beers and work towards creating the best possible range of taste. The food here is served at The Arsenal which is a part of the bluejacket family. They whip up some delicious American cuisine to complement the beer menu. Brunch is served on Sundays from 11:00a to 3:00p.
True to its name, this is one of the smallest pubs in the city. Two small rooms, a front area with a bar running along one side and a back room with a couple of pool tables is on offer. The menu changes daily with one or two hearty, homestyle dishes cooked up each day and offered until it runs out. According to the waitress the chef cooks pretty much whatever he feels like cooking. For about $5 you can get a serving of meatloaf, spaghetti or a stir-fry. Quite a bargain on Capitol Hill.
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.
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.
Rose's Dream Bar & Lounge has TVs, live music and a dance floor, all at H Street. Everyday something new is happening, private parties are scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, check their website for updated schedules. You can just walk in to the lounge, there is no long wait outside or special prices or timings. Regarded as DC's number one bar, come here to relax, after a hard day's work, meet your friends, put your feet up, enjoy the drinks, music, dance and have fun.
Public House - National Harbor is a compelling dining choice on the banks of Potomac River. The dynamic interiors maintain the perfect backdrop for a relaxed lunch, satiating dinner or an eventful late-night with an equally energizing vibe. Menu choices include Buffalo Shrimp, Belgian Mussels, Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes and Flat Iron Steak along with a lot more varieties of salads, sandwiches and burgers. The semi private dining spaces feature everything that is needed to make your special event all the more special! Do check the website to know more.