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Over the past two centuries, travelers and neighbors alike have stopped for a hearty meal at the spot where Hoover's Restaurant now stands. In the early 1800s men on horseback rode up to what was John Duff’s Tavern and the property was home to an ice-cream stand in the 1940s. Today, the historic site is the location of a German-American restaurant run by third-generation chefs Bob and Amanda Hoover. They've stepped into the kitchen to finish what their family started, churning out a hearty spread of German and American favorites, from wiener schnitzel and kielbasa to roast chicken and Maryland crab cakes. And every October and April, right when the first Bavarian flags start fluttering down from beerlogged clouds, they spread out their popular Oktoberfest buffet. Hoover’s Restaurant does not serve alcohol and advises customers to bring their own beers, wines, and spirits.