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New Upper Marlboro restaurant looks to carve niche The restaurant, to be called the New Olde Town Inn, will be the only full service, sit down establishment with a liquor license downtown. It is expected to open in June in the space last occupied by the Judge Chambers, and it gets its name from a previous restaurant that had been at that location. Owner Donnell Long said he was attracted to Upper Marlboro because the town does not have higher end restaurants catering to the lawyers, clerks, government officials and others who flock daily to the courthouse and county administration building. There are a handful of diners, pizzerias, sandwich shops and fast food restaurants along Main Street within walking distance of the courthouse and administration building. Long said his restaurant will seat about 75 people and serve breakfast, lunch and dinner with entrees ranging from to It will have a full bar, a wine list and happy hour specials. Long is arranging to build a patio next to the building that will offer another 35 outdoor seats. Long said his goal is to offer Upper Marlboro daytime visitors something different, rather than steal business from other restaurants in town. not competing with anyone out here, he said. know lawyers have meetings, and I want to be the place they can come. Nick Doulaveris, owner of Al Deli Supreme on Main Street, said that because the weakening economy is causing many people to cut back on recreational expenses such as eating out, any new restaurants in town could hurt business for others. competes with everybody, no matter what, said Doulaveris, whose diner serves breakfast and lunch, and during the week caters primarily to the Upper Marlboro workforce. George E. Meng, an attorney who has been practicing in downtown Upper Marlboro since the 1970s, said the New Olde Town Inn will have to offer quick food service to be competitive at lunch time with the diners, grills and fast food restaurants. around here don have one and a half or two hours for lunch, said Meng, who eats out at local restaurants three to five days a week. But Long said his business model extends beyond serving breakfast and lunch. In a town of fewer than 700 residents that quiets down after the workforce goes home, Long said he hopes to use his restaurant happy hour and dinner offerings to keep people in town into the evening. going to take time to turn this place that not a night spot into a destination, he said. The 36 year old Long, of Largo, has experience managing successful county restaurants. Long was the top chef and an original business partner in the Stonefish Grill, a high end Largo restaurant that regularly attracts county business and political leaders. always feel like if you put together a great environment, great service and great food, it going to be a place people come to over and over, Long said. Meng said that having a liquor license will greatly benefit the New Olde Town Inn. would be nice to have a local place within walking distance where you can go with other lawyers once you are finished with court, he said. Meng said people who work in Upper Marlboro oftentimes do not go for drinks after work because some of the closest establishments that serve alcohol require driving, including Peachez Caf and Lounge on Brown Station Road and Babe Boys Tavern on the opposite side of Route 301.