Quite possibly the friendliest restaurant management and staff on Greenbelt Road. In this diner you'll find people…More from all walks of life at almost any time during the long hours the diner is open. Be sure to say hi to Joe, the veteran Service Manager, who can fill you in about which local farms their produce came from that day.
The staff takes pride in offering a classic diner atmosphere with contemporary favorites, and also supports several community programs. At least $30,000 is donated to schools every year through the Rewards Card program. Local farmers sell produce under a tent outside the restaurant every Saturday 10am-2pm.
Safeway Stores 7595 Greenbelt Rd, Greenbelt, MD20770 Safeway is a large supermarket located in a well-known shopping plaza on 193. This store offers all of your supermarket…More needs, including a full bakery, butcher, fresh and frozen fish section, floral arrangements, fresh produce and so much more. ATM service is located inside, as well as a full pharmacy, cafe and Starbucks.
Giant Food 6000 Greenbelt Rd, Greenbelt, MD20770 Giant Food is a large-scale supermarket located in a shopping plaza on 193/Greenbelt Road. This store offers all…More standard supermarket products including a full bakery, a butcher/meat section, a fresh and frozen fish section, floral arrangements, fresh produce and much more. There's a PNC bank and ATM located inside the store, as well as a full pharmacy.
Aggregate Industries 6401 Golden Triangle Dr, Greenbelt, MD20770 Aggregate Industries produces high-quality aggregate-based construction materials like stone, sand and gravel in an…More environmentally friendly manner. For more information visit the website or call the number provided.
Greenbelt News Review 15 Crescent Rd, Greenbelt, MD20770 Greenbelt News Review is a weekly newspaper that is delivered free to all Greenbelt residents. It is produced in room…More 100 of the Greenbelt Community Center. The Greenbelt News Review was established in 1937 and has been printed every week since. The volunteer-based publication covers the news and events in Greenbelt, serving about 10,000 readers. The paper has also recently made its publication available online.