A big group for a meal can be engaging conversation, lots of laughter, and plenty of shared plates. If you aren’t careful about the restaurant choice, however, it can also mean crowded tables and dissatisfied eaters. Make sure that never happens by picking one of thesePrince George’s restaurants for your next get together.


Gather your crew and head to one of these eight group-friendly spots:


  1. Sometimes it’s just too tall an order to expect your entire party to sit at the table together for a long meal. That’s where Dave & Busters in Capitol Heights comes to the rescue. Order noodles, burgers, fries, wings, and desserts for the table — then let everyone have some fun with the games.


  1. Street tacos. Sizzling fajitas. Handmade guacamole. Diablo’s Cantina in National Harbor is the perfect spot for your group meal, especially since the south-of-the-border fare is paired with a vast selection of Tequila.


  1. When your group really can’t decide what food to eat, a buffet is the answer. From chicken nuggets to shrimp lo mein, there’s bound to be an item at Flaming Grill & Buffet in Oxon Hill that anyone would like.


  1. Bring your crew to SoBe Restaurant and Lounge in Lanham for the fried catfish fingers, southwestern chicken salad, and braised oxtails. If you can make it for Happy Hour, you can treat yourself to deals on the SoBetini or the SoBe Sunrise, the restaurant’s take on a Martini and Tequila sunrise.


  1. Cadillac Ranch in National Harbor offers family-friendly vibes and dishes for everyone, from southern-fried chicken and cedar plank salmon for the adults, to pizza and burgers for the kids. Watch a game, grab a meal, and enjoy the company.


  1. Grab a picnic table outside of 2Fifty Texas BBQ in Riverdale Park and bring out platters of beef ribs, Wagyu brisket, pork spare ribs, spicy cheddar sausage links, potato salad, corn bread, coleslaw, and more.


  1. With a big group, there can be a variety of preferences. Solve that quandary at the miXt Food Hall in Brentwood. Set at the heart of the Prince George’s Gateway Arts District, the experience brings together fresh-made culinary creations from around the globe.


  1. Franklins Restaurant, Brewery, and General Store in Hyattsville is a class spot for a laid-back hang with friends and family. Pair the Maryland crab dip and Franklins cheeseburger with one of the beers brewed on site.


Top off your meal with dessert at one of these Prince George’s locations.