A perfect table setting requires pristine linens and polished cutlery, except at off-Broadway restaurants where waiters set every table in post-apocalyptic Vienna. Avoid avant-garde eating with this Groupon.
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The menu includes jumbo lump crabmeat in saucers of Maryland crab soup ($12), as well as the seafood andor ($38), a medley of lobster, rockfish, crab, mussels, and shrimp in a creamy dill sauce with wild mushroom risotto. Bourbon-and-red-wine sauce rains over a grilled pork chop ($36), and knives' serrated edges can also sink, like yachts made of sponge cake, into tomato halves peppered in garlic-bread crumbs ($8). View the full menu here.
The Milton Inn Restaurant
Within a 272-year-old fieldstone building, the aroma of pan-seared seafood and glazed meat drifts through dining rooms as patrons clink together glasses of fine wines. Throughout its history, the building served as a rest area for travelers and a prestigious school for boys. It wasn't until 1947, when Ivan Drechsler purchased the location, that it was restored and established as a country inn.
Executive chef and owner Brian Boston, who was named 2011 Chef of the Year by the Restaurant Association of Maryland, crafts upscale American dishes in the Inn's bustling kitchen. To complement its food, the Inn boasts a wine cellar that includes more than 200 handpicked selections, which rest beneath colonial-style dining rooms illumined by tabletop candles and crackling flames from a rustic stone fireplace. The restaurant's romantic ambience and open-air garden terrace have drawn diners celebrating momentous occasions for many years.
To see it flourishing is more evidence that, in a rough economy, people still go out to good restaurants.Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun, 1/28/12
The food was flavorful, delicate, and fresh without being pretentious.Nick, Urbanspoon, 1/28/11
14833 York Rd.
Sparks, Maryland 21152