It’s been four years since the first Maryland Restaurant Week, and it’s only gotten better. For 10 days, restaurants across the state, from every county and in every corner, are coming together to celebrate and support the industry. If you’re in Prince George’s during the week, you’ll have the chance to try new menu items, get great deals at your favorite spots, and experience indulgent pre-fixe meals.
Try one of these venues in Prince George’s during restaurant week for major deals:
- Supreme BBQ in Lanham serves pork ribs, smoked chicken, Italian sausage, and beef brisket with a plate full of sides. Scoop up some BBQ beans, mac & cheese, collard greens, and potato salad.
- The appetizers at Via Roma Pizzeria will set your meal off right. Start with fried shrimp and calamari, crispy Brussels sprouts, and fried mozzarella balls — then choose from the menu of paninis, salads, pizzas, and pasta.
- Get your crab fix at B&G Tavern in Accokeek, where you can get freshly caught blue crabs by the dozen or the bushel. There are also large snow crab legs, fresh oysters, and other seafood available.
- There is a meal for everyone at Ledo Pizza. With traditional, cauliflower, and gluten-free crusts and a breadth of toppings, you can build the pizza that fits your palate and diet. Add on fries, salads, and soups to complete the meal.
And continue your culinary adventure at these hot spots:
- Camp Springs’ Burgers @ Apollo menu is packed with sandwiches that will make your mouth water. Order the Sugarbear Sliders on brioche buns, or the DMV with crispy chicken breast, then add a sauce of your choice, from sweet and tangy Mambo, to spicy chili-filled Boom Boom sauce.
- In Beltsville, Manila Mart & Cafe offers visitors plates of fried baby Milkfish, Lumpia Shanghai with beef, chicken, or pork, a noodle-filled Pancit Palabok, and more. Add some karioka, sweet and chewy rice flour coconut balls rolled in caramelized sugar, for dessert.
- The American Wagyu brisket at 2Fifty Texas BBQ in Riverdale Park is carefully raised, cut, and slow-cooked, and the rest of the meat at the restaurant is equally delicious. Order a beef rib bone nearly one foot long, or the pork spare ribs seasoned with five spices and smoked for five hours.
- The two-piece fish sandwich covered in homemade sweet hot sauce at Fry Guy in Capitol Heights is worth a visit, but if you prefer chicken, you can order the wing combo with a side of potato salad, sweet candied yams, or four-cheese mac & cheese.
- Urban Crab Shack in Brandywine frequently offers major deals on its cajun seafood menu, including an all-you-can-eat family-style dinner and discounts for children. Head to the spot for crab balls, fried calamari, and blue crab rangoon.
- The menu at Busboys and Poets in Hyattsville has something for everyone, from breakfast with benedicts and gluten-free pancakes to dinners with vegan “pork” spring rolls and Cubanos with pulled pork and ham.
- The salads, sandwiches, and wraps at Nuzback’s Bar in Laurel are all reasonably priced, but don’t let that fool you. These meals are packed with flavor and come with classic sides, from coleslaw to potato salad.
- Visitors to Tarmac Lounge and Restaurant in Laurel will be treated to grilled tilapia, Jollof rice, fried rice with goat, and more. The space is also available for entertainment and rentals.
Come back to Prince George’s for more delicious experiences at these restaurants.