Four Maryland Locations
Jaspers has four locations in Maryland. I have only been to this one:
1651 MD Route 3 North
Crofton, MD 21114
Hours of Operation
Sunday - 10:00 AM - MIDNIGHT
Monday - Thursday - 11:30AM - 1:00AM
Friday - Saturday - 11:30AM - 2:00AM
Kitchen closes one hour before restaurant
Come and dance at the Jasper's club, Friday and Saturday night til ?. Our DJ will keep you movin'! This is the place to connect in Crofton!
Reserve our banquet room for groups up to 125 for a retirement party, baby shower, rehearsal dinner or any special event. Check out our wedding package for an intimate reception with our great food and service.
We stopped here for dinner on the way home yesterday (2006). The menu included
1) An introductory page with two specials clipped to the top (Blackened Ribeye Steak Special $17.95 and Rainbow Trout with Crab Imperial $14.95) (4th picture)
3 and 4) Drinks (2 pages)
5) Salads and Hambugers
6) Chicken, ribs and chops,
7) Pasta, steak and seafood
9) Desserts, sides, beverages
There was also a half page foldout with lunch specials.
They also have takeout.
Other locations include
7401 Greenbelt Road
Greenbelt, MD 20770
Join us for great live jazz at 8:00PM on Thursday and Friday nights as local bands strut their stuff!
9640 Lottsford Court
Largo, MD 20774
Come check out our giant, full wall TV as we feature the Redskins every time they play.
19961 Century Boulevard
Germantown, MD 20874
Watch our cooks prepare your meal in our new, ultra-modern open kitchen.
Come sit on our patio and enjoy Main Street ambience all over again with our fabulous food and service. Sunday Brunch is 10-3, and Happy Hour (half price appetizers) is 4-7
I thought appetizers were expensive. They included
BBQ Chicken Quesadilla $8.19
Sweet Corn Cakes $6.99
Hot Crab Dip $8.99
Spinach Dip $7.19
Loaded Skins $6.29
Fried Mozzerella $6.59
Fried Calamari $8.19
Hot WIngs $7.99
Appetizer Favorites for four people $23.99
I decided to have an Arnold Palmer to drink (half lemonade and half iced tea $2.29), a cup of lobster bisque ($4.79 - which was OK-2nd picture), and the black and blue 8 oz. sirloin which marinated overnight in spices, and covered with blue cheese $11.59. It came with the creamed spinach which was covered with melted provolone cheese and was excellent, and a baked potato (last picture). I asked for my steak to be medium rare, but it was hardly pink at all.
Bob had the meatloaf dinner, which was served with mashed potatoes, brown gravy and fried red onions.
The prices weren't bad although they have increased $3-$5 since I last looked, but in addition to my steak being overcooked, the service wasn't too swift. Bob was drinking water, and he ran out. It was a long time before the waiter even noticed, and after that he didn't come back to fill the water for quite awhile. We didn't get any bread.
We didn't get dessert because they didn't look that appetizing on the display table and also looked like they were too big for one person to eat. (They included cheesecake $4.99; Key Lime pie $4.79, Strawberry shortcake $5.79 and it wasn't really shortcake it was yellow cake, Apple Pie $4.59, Peanut Butter pie $4.69, Chocolate Obsession $4.99, Carrot Cake, a Brownie Sundae or a regular sundae - 3rd picture).
I was tempted by the ice cream drinks which included Chocolate Monkey ($6.79 - vanilla ice cream Hershey's syrup, bananas and rum), Jasper's Freeze $6.69 (screwdriver made with orange sherbet $6.69), and Frozen Toasted Almond (Amaretto and coffee liqueurs, vanilla ice cream, whipped cream and nutmeg $6.69) in addition to the usual wines and beers