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Don Pablos Grocery
9933 Rhode Island Ave, College Park, MD 20740
This grocery, located on North Rhode Island Road, specializes in Mexican and Central American goods. Featuring a fullMore array of packaged foods, fresh produce, a butcher, household items, and Spanish language DVDs, books, and CDs, the shop is small but thorough. In addition to groceries, the store offers international pre-paid calling cards and money wiring.
Long & Foster Realtors
9094 Baltimore Ave, College Park, MD 20740
The Long & Foster office in College Park boasts 100 agents. They can help you find a home in Maryland, much ofMore northern Virginia and Washington DC. In addition, they do title searches and manage properties. Agents who speak Dutch, Arabic, Spanish and English are available.
Fishnet
5010 Berwyn Rd, College Park, MD 20740
Fishnet offers fresh, hand-cut fish dishes. Individuals can enjoy grilled catches straight from the sea with onions,More lettuce and tomato in a fresh baked bun. The menu also includes hake, lobster, salmon, local blue catfish, seafood bisque, wild sheephead snapper, cod fried with spicy aioli, Spanish mackerel, calamari and much more.
Mosaic Cafe
9078 Baltimore Ave, College Park, MD 20740
This intimate Lebanese restaurant not only offers the usual Middle Eastern fare, like tahini sauce, shawerma spice,More falafel, mutabbal and more, but live entertainment as well. That includes belly dancing, traditional Arabic music, as well as flamenco and Spanish guitar.
College Park Youth & Family Services
4912 Nantucket Rd, College Park, MD 20740

College Park Youth & Family Services offers counseling to College Park families on a wide range of issues. TheMore staff is trained to handle cases ranging from ADHD to depression, and counseling is available in both English and Spanish.

The site is also home to a recreation center that hosts arts and crafts, sports, video games and more.

All of the center's services are available to families with children up to age 18, with priority referrals accepted from residents of College Park, suicidal youth and the Department of Juvenile Services.