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Barbecue ribs at Carolina Kitchen.
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Where to Eat and Drink in Largo

Find everything from vegan soul food to Latin-Asian chifa dishes

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Barbecue ribs at Carolina Kitchen.
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There’s more to the Largo dining scene than tailgating in the parking lot at Fed Ex Field. The surrounding community — which includes Upper Marlboro, Mitchellville, and Capital Heights — is home to restaurants specializing in a variety of distinctive cuisines, ranging from Southern standards (think: fried green tomatoes, banana pudding) to Caribbean favorites (jerk chicken, curry goat).

While there are plenty of corporate entities scattered about, many smaller, family-owned and homegrown eateries add local flavor to the area.

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Jasper's Restaurant

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Take a load off at a local standby that deals in weekday happy hour — discounted drinks and appetizers are offered from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday — and American cuisine (fried chicken, burgers, brownie sundaes) served in a laid-back environment.

Cocktails at Jasper’s.
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Carolina Kitchen

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This local restaurant group prepares a little bit of everything, offering up meals ranging from pulled pork sandwiches and rotisserie chicken, to knife-and-fork experiences such as fried pork chops, and Creole salmon.

Barbecue ribs at Carolina Kitchen.
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Peru's Chicken (Multiple Locations)

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Get a taste of South America via selections including anticucho (grilled beef heart) and the Chinese-Peruvian delicacy known as arroz chaufa (fried rice).Peru’s also serves rotisserie chicken, fried yucca, ceviche, and assorted tacos.

Grilled meats at Peru’s Chicken.
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Olde Towne Inn (Multiple Locations)

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This regionally inspired chainlet specializes in familiar fare including slow-cooked ribs, meatloaf with mashed potatoes, and blackened salmon. Assorted omelettes and Southern mash-ups (catfish and waffles, anyone?) take center stage during brunch.

A fried seafood platter at Olde Towne Inn.
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Sardi's Pollo a la Brasa (Multiple Locations)

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This budding local chain boasts nearly a dozen locations. The restaurant blends traditional Peruvian dishes including stewed short ribs (seco de res) and chicken sauteed with tomato and onion (pollo saltado) with familiar grab-and-go fare (burritos, gyros, steak and cheese subs). There is also a selection of salads, along with many veggie-friendly sides.

A crowd gathered at Sardi’s.
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Everlasting Life

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This vegan stronghold delivers a variety of meat-free creations via daily specials — think: soy-based mac and cheese, curried tofu, and lentil loaf — as well as on its DIY hot bar and salad station. There’s also fruit smoothies and cold-pressed juices to choose from.

Vegan mac and cheese at Everlasting Life.
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The Grove Restaurant

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The Oak Creek Golf Club’s in-house restaurant toes the line between upscale and low-key, serving items as varied as fully dressed nachos to Southern-style shrimp and grits. Dehydrated sportsmen can whet their respective whistles with classic cocktails (sidecars, martinis, margaritas).

Brunch fare at the Grove.
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Lucky's Grille (Multiple Locations)

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The spot for fans of all-day breakfast serves pancakes, waffles, combination dishes, and egg-based sandwiches from open to close. Salads, burgers, and fried fare (chicken wings, fish and chips) round out the menu.

Breakfast fare at Lucky’s Grille.
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Taste of the Caribbean

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This homespun tribute to Jamaican and Trinidadian cooking features delicacies including codfish cakes, spiced goat with roti, and oxtail stew. Easily approachable offerings range from appetizers such as fried plantains, and beef patties to mains like shrimp fried rice.

The main counter at Taste of the Caribbean.
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Jasper's Restaurant

Take a load off at a local standby that deals in weekday happy hour — discounted drinks and appetizers are offered from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday — and American cuisine (fried chicken, burgers, brownie sundaes) served in a laid-back environment.

Cocktails at Jasper’s.
Photo: Jasper’s Restaurant

Carolina Kitchen

This local restaurant group prepares a little bit of everything, offering up meals ranging from pulled pork sandwiches and rotisserie chicken, to knife-and-fork experiences such as fried pork chops, and Creole salmon.

Barbecue ribs at Carolina Kitchen.
Photo: Carolina Kitchen

Peru's Chicken (Multiple Locations)

Get a taste of South America via selections including anticucho (grilled beef heart) and the Chinese-Peruvian delicacy known as arroz chaufa (fried rice).Peru’s also serves rotisserie chicken, fried yucca, ceviche, and assorted tacos.

Grilled meats at Peru’s Chicken.
Photo: Peru’s Chicken

Olde Towne Inn (Multiple Locations)

This regionally inspired chainlet specializes in familiar fare including slow-cooked ribs, meatloaf with mashed potatoes, and blackened salmon. Assorted omelettes and Southern mash-ups (catfish and waffles, anyone?) take center stage during brunch.

A fried seafood platter at Olde Towne Inn.
Photo: Olde Towne Inn

Sardi's Pollo a la Brasa (Multiple Locations)

This budding local chain boasts nearly a dozen locations. The restaurant blends traditional Peruvian dishes including stewed short ribs (seco de res) and chicken sauteed with tomato and onion (pollo saltado) with familiar grab-and-go fare (burritos, gyros, steak and cheese subs). There is also a selection of salads, along with many veggie-friendly sides.

A crowd gathered at Sardi’s.
Photo: Sardi’s Polla a la Brasa

Everlasting Life

This vegan stronghold delivers a variety of meat-free creations via daily specials — think: soy-based mac and cheese, curried tofu, and lentil loaf — as well as on its DIY hot bar and salad station. There’s also fruit smoothies and cold-pressed juices to choose from.

Vegan mac and cheese at Everlasting Life.
Photo: Everlasting Life

The Grove Restaurant

The Oak Creek Golf Club’s in-house restaurant toes the line between upscale and low-key, serving items as varied as fully dressed nachos to Southern-style shrimp and grits. Dehydrated sportsmen can whet their respective whistles with classic cocktails (sidecars, martinis, margaritas).

Brunch fare at the Grove.
Photo: The Grove

Lucky's Grille (Multiple Locations)

The spot for fans of all-day breakfast serves pancakes, waffles, combination dishes, and egg-based sandwiches from open to close. Salads, burgers, and fried fare (chicken wings, fish and chips) round out the menu.

Breakfast fare at Lucky’s Grille.
Photo by Jeimy F. / Yelp

Taste of the Caribbean

This homespun tribute to Jamaican and Trinidadian cooking features delicacies including codfish cakes, spiced goat with roti, and oxtail stew. Easily approachable offerings range from appetizers such as fried plantains, and beef patties to mains like shrimp fried rice.

The main counter at Taste of the Caribbean.
Photo by Kofi F. / Yelp

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