It’s not always easy to find a restaurant that works for both you and your kids. In Prince George’s, there are plenty from which to choose. You can order meals, or favorites like pizza and pancakes, that the entire family will enjoy in a space that feels comfortable and satisfying.

Bring your family to one of these seven family-friendly spots in Prince George’s:

  1. Bring your older kids to The Board and Brew in College Park to play some games while they eat. Head there early for breakfast, when you can enjoy the cinnamon brioche French toast or a stack of pancakes, or go for lunch or dinner, when you can order mac and cheese or a buttermilk fried chicken sandwich. Any time of day, you can play one of the 750 free-to-borrow games on their shelves.
  2. Order a pizza for the family at Anthony’s N.Y Pizza & Pasta House in Bowie. The welcoming, family-friendly environment is the perfect spot to enjoy a meal of authentic Italian food. Try the fettuccine alfredo or the chicken BBQ pizza.
  3. If your family just can’t compromise on what to order, take them to the Market at MGM National Harbor. You can order from the Bento Sushi Bar, ZiZi’s Pizza, Saigon Street, Pappas Crabcakes, and more — and then all sit together in the shared space.
  4. Franklin’s Restaurant, Brewery, and General Store in Hyattsville is a family classic for a reason. The site, with its indoor and outdoor seating, offers visitors new twists on well-loved dishes. Order the three-bean vegetarian chili, the five-cheese pizza, or the Big Bubba Mac Royale.
  5. Try the mezze platter, buffalo cauliflower, chicken parmesan, or vegetable lasagna at Olive on Main in Laurel. With this menu, there’s something for food lovers of every age. When you visit this family-owned restaurant, you’ll feel like you’re visiting your own family.
  6. Take the kids to breakfast at Mrs. K’s Motel and Restaurant in Upper Marlboro. If you don’t want to opt for the kids’ breakfast, you can order a full stack of blueberry or strawberry pancakes, a western omelet sandwich, or a farmer’s omelet.
  7. The pizza at Flame and Cones is sophisticated enough for adults and accessible enough for kids. Grownups will appreciate the 72-hour natural bulk fermentation process for the dough and the local ingredients, while children will love the end-of-meal snowcones.

Once you're done eating, take the kids to one of these 10 Prince George’s parks.