About Milton Inn
The Milton Inn, a 276 year old field-stone building in Northern Baltimore County,is counted among Maryland's historic treasures. It is believed that construction of the Inn began in 1740 and it has grown and changed over the years to become one of the premier country dining spots in the United States. The tradition of excellence has continued to grow under the current ownership Milton Fare Inc, who purchased the business in 1997. Executive Chef/Owner Brian Boston was named Chef of the Year by the Restaurant Association of Maryland in 2011.Chef Boston has also received many other awards including The Five Star Diamond Award by The Academy of Hospitality Sciences , The DiRoNA Award,and top ratings from Zagat. The Milton was named The Best restaurant in the Counties by The Baltimore Sun . Over the years , the Inn has engendered a legacy of romance and numerous couples have become engaged in its candlelit dining rooms and open air garden terrace. Many return year after year to celebrate!
Contemporary American, American
Hours of Operation:
Mon-Fri. seating from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm
Satruday & Sunday Brunch:
seating from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm
Mon-Thu seating from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Fri-Sat seating from 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Sun. seating from 4:00 pm to 7:30 pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
They offer customized menus, serving 30-1000 guests.
On-premise parking, free
Private Party Facilities:
Circa 1740 stone mansion available, customized menus for 10-150 guests.
Private Party Contact:
Brian Boston: 4107714366x
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The Milton Inn offers catering services on and off premise from intimate parties of 10 to grand tented events up to 300 guests. We will make your birthday,anniversary,corporate event, wedding or any other milestone perfect. Whether you choose one of our beautifully appointed dining rooms,a tented event on our manicured grounds, or venue of your choice;The Milton Inn will provide you with the excellent food,service,ambiance and attention to detail you expect from a Brian Boston property.
Milton Inn Ratings and Reviews
So I love the Milton Inn, I have been go ...
So I love the Milton Inn, I have been going for special occasions and for great food for over 20 years. The atmosphere is fantastic, very romantic and terrific service. The cost has consistently risen to the point where for three people it cost us $450. We did get a $60 bottle of wine and everyone had one $15 cocktail prior to dinner. Don't get me wrong, its a great experience, but $450 makes this a place that is close to being crossed off of my special occasion list. Everything is A-La Carte, even the sauces for your steak are charged at $4 per sauce...crazy. Clearly the business is going well as they have invested in new outdoor dinning space and refreshed the interior...I guess that will continue as long as people like me keep shelling out silly money for a first class meal.
Our meal was fabulous! Our waitress was ...
Our meal was fabulous! Our waitress was also great. They almost called us to tell us about an accident nearby. How many restaurants are that thoughtful. Our meal was delicious! The chef wrote Happy Anniversay on our dessert plate. How sweet. Thank you Milton Inn.
I have frequently dined at this distingu ...
I have frequently dined at this distinguished "Inn" since the 1960's as it has gone through the hands of various owners. Generally, it has been excellent and over the years my wife and I have hosted many family and business functions here which have been very memorable and enjoyable. We miss our usual waiter Garth who was always so capable and reliable.
Our recent dining experience, with our guests, was remarkable for exceedingly slow and poor service - we actually had to find our wait staff member ourselves following a long delay while seated at our assigned table. The food quality was very good, as we expected, but the service needs urgent management attention.
In fairness, I think this evening was no ...
In fairness, I think this evening was not The Milton Inns fault... but I've always loved the inn for a quiet dinner. A group of only 4 came in and was exceptionally loud!!!! Ruined my night n moving from a great server would have been unfair to him.. the food and service as always was great!!!
I'd go again..... but may request a quiet corner if possible.
Built in 1740, it was once a boys school ...
Built in 1740, it was once a boys school. The restaurant is first rate and the food is spectacular, so was the service. Its a beautiful historical building, one I hope will be preserved for generations to come. What a lovely place to eat.
An old stand-by that still delivers. A c ...
An old stand-by that still delivers. A charmer with old school ambiance in a cozy setting that offers interesting, quality, well presented food offerings. Not trendy or cutting edge, but a good choice with reliable results. Great serve staff in an atmosphere that gets a bit crowded and hectic on busy nights.
My boyfriend and I had a marvelous time ...
My boyfriend and I had a marvelous time at the Milton Inn as the elegant ambiance created the romantic atmosphere I sought and the cuisine was phenomenal. I have dined at hundreds of upscale restaurants and the Milton Inn was Absolutely Fabulous and the Ultimate Fine Dining Experience. We were both immensely impressed with the extensive and worldy wine list. We will certainly return!
We had been waiting for the renovations ...
We had been waiting for the renovations to be complete before returning and it was worth the wait. The new decor is excellent and the food, as always, was very special. My wife and I had seafood dishes and both were delicious.
Service was very attentive and friendly.
We were here dining for a Birthday and t ...
We were here dining for a Birthday and they could not have set us up any better. They put us in a dining room virtually by ourselves in the back and the atmosphere was perfect. It had some amazing pictures of the Fox Hunt that surrounded us. Our food was top notch and so were the drinks. The pastry chef actually called me to share information on his detailed individualized cakes. The cake was beautiful,absolutely delicious and the attention to detail was endless. It was a perfect night so thanks Milton Inn for making our special event even more special!
The food was of a high quality. Well se ...
The food was of a high quality. Well seasoned with excellent plate presentation. Overall the dining experience was very enjoyable. Although the prices were on the higher end the meals were worth the price. Would recommend Milton Inn for a place to celebrate special occasions or simply if you are in the mood for an upscale dining experience.
Our appetizer and oyster stew were great ...
Our appetizer and oyster stew were great!
The entrees were horrible ! I ordered braised short ribs and what I received was a hunk of pot roast. My wife ordered the seafood and it was horrible. The small piece of orange ruffie was dry and freezer burned.
Absolutely loved Milton Inn. Our waitres ...
Absolutely loved Milton Inn. Our waitress Cheryl was friendly, attentive and knowledgeable of the menu and specials. The food was outstanding and the Inn itself was gracious and a delightful venue for dining. This was a destination meal for us as we live an hour away. Well worth the drive
I've visited the Milton Inn a handful of ...
I've visited the Milton Inn a handful of times over 30 years. I'm not enthralled with their new makeover. I think they don't take advantage of the 1740 building they have. The interior does not reflect that period at all. On the positive side, the service is good, the food is good, the atmosphere is good, and the noise level is good. I don't recommend their seafood soup (clams, mussels, shrimp, crab, etc.). The broth that is in is just awful. I know the cream of crab or Maryland crab would have been much better. They were courteous, friendly, and they were prompt in delivering the flowers I ordered online. Their pork disk was certainly tasty, but I think I would have preferred one of their steaks, in retrospect, or perhaps their seafood entrée. This was our anniversary, and it was on our bucket list of things to do before we retire and move. I'm glad we went. It's a nice place. I think any negative reviews I've read are either situational or way too picky. I remember paying $150 for two 20 years ago and that's what we paid here in 2016, so I don't have an issue with cost. I guess the only disappointment again is that their remodeling inside entirely loses the feel of an 18th century tavern.
Our food was, as always, excellent. The ...
Our food was, as always, excellent. The waiter was personable but inattentive. I think he knew that he had neglected us because he explained that was having a long, busy day. I don't believe these disclosures are appropriate at fine dining establishments, where I am paying for delicious food and a pleasant, stress-free ambiance.
Also, when I made the reservation I included a note that we were celebrating our 35th wedding anniversary. This went unacknowledged. Even if the restaurant didn't want to comp us a glass of Prosecco, the hostess and/or waiter could have mentioned our special day.
Arrived 15 min early, only to be steered ...
Arrived 15 min early, only to be steered to the bar until they were seating our time slot. Not very much room available there and numerous customers were crammed together standing in this area which also has 4 tables with customers eating. Once we were seated everything from the food to the service was great.
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