Save the date! The Annual Membership Meeting is Sunday, May 17th at 1PM.


Luscious Lebanese food and desserts, captivating live entertainment, and an intimate community atmosphere. Exhibitions by local artists, and a decent cup of coffee.

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The New Deal Cafe is nestled in historic Roosevelt Center in the heart of Old Greenbelt. Take in a movie in the theater across the square, and join us for dinner afterward. Enjoy live music six nights a week! Sample our gourmet wine selection. Have a Turkish coffee and read your email using our free wifi internet access. Coming from out of town? See our driving directions.

Happy Hour

Join us for happy hour from 6pm to 7:30pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday and enjoy $1 off beer and wine!

Upcoming Events

Saturday, April 18th at 8:30pm:

The Muddy Crows - named Washington City Paper's Best Local Original Band of 2015!! Modern Americana/Folk-Rock featuring original material that combines Americana with folk, island rock, and a bit of old-school soul. The Muddy Crows have entertained audiences up and down the East Coast and as far west as Oregon and have provided fans with a shared musical experience that captures the struggles, triumphs and humor of daily life in this modern world in which we live.

Sunday, April 19th at 10:30am:

Deaf Brunch: Deaf and hearing people socialize together using sign language. Newcomers welcome! Visit us on Facebook. Interested in learning sign language?

Sunday, April 19th at 1:30pm:

Bring the whole family to Kid's Open Mic!

Sunday, April 19th at 3pm:

Angela Blueskies & Friends - bringing together a fusion of sacred medicine songs and mantras from around the world that transcend genre and tradition, as well as soul-stirring originals, this beautiful music will open your heart and take you on an inspirational journey that creates interconnection and celebration!
Poetry Moment

Maryland, Washington D.C. and metro Virginia residents are invited to submit poems for our bimonthly Poetry Moment exhibit, posted in front of the cafe.

National Poetry Month will be celebrated at the New Deal Cafe on Sunday, April 26, from 1 to 3pm with a reception featuring poetry readings, music, and refreshments. All are invited and the event is free. Poets whose works have been displayed during the past year in the Poetry Moment Box, located outside the New Deal Cafe, will be present reading their poems. There will also be an open mic for other poets to read their work.

The Poetry Moment project is produced by local writers, and is sponsored by the Friends of New Deal Cafe (FONDCA), with support from the City of Greenbelt. Special thanks goes to former County Council Member Ingrid Turner, for her support with a grant from Prince George's County. For more information contact Leeann Irwin at paxirwin@yahoo.com or call (310) 801-9922.

The November-December winner of the Poetry Moment competition is Peggy Rooney, whose poem Candles is now on view in the poetry box outside the cafe.

Attention Artists! Group Art Show

Local artists are invited to participate in the annual group art show for with the Green Man Festival. This year's theme is "water" in all its forms.

The show will be on display for the months of May and June in the New Deal Cafe. Two- and three-dimensional work will be considered. The deadline for submission is Friday, April 24th by 9pm. See our submission guidelines for directions!

Wine and Beer

Sample our international wine selection, featuring Tomaiolo Pinot Grigio from Italy, Louis Latour Chardonnay from France, and El Toqui Cabarnet Sauvignon from Chile.

We have a fabulous wine to go with every entree.

Kick back with one of our popular beers.

Happy Hour

Join us for happy hour from 6pm to 7:30pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday -- $1 off any beer or wine glass.