Welcome to the Milton Inn, a 274 year old fieldstone building located in historic Sparks, Maryland. Opened as a restaurant in 1947, the ladies and gentlemen of the Baltimore area have been enjoying fine service, food and ambiance for over 65 years.

The Milton Inn is the only restaurant in Baltimore County to receive the prestigious DiRoNA award- North America's highest restaurant award based on cuisine, service and atmosphere. 2011 Chef of the Year, Executive Chef/Partner Brian Boston's kitchen produces cuisine that has been described by the Zagat Survey as "top ranked Traditional American Cuisine" every year since 2002. The Inn's wine list is a perrenial winner of the Wine Spectator "Award of Excellence."

Thank you for visiting our website. We invite you to join us soon! Please call 410.771.4366 or click here for reservations.

M agnificent   O utstanding    M arvelous    Join us for our fabulous Mother's Day Brunch ~ May 11th ~ 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. featuring a fabulous Spring fresh three course Menu  $42.00 per person (Children under 12 - $21.00 entree and dessert only).  

Experience the legacy of romance at Milton Inn ~ the perfect location for rehearsal dinners, intimate weddings, receptions and anniversary celebrations ~  Our private dining and event planning approach guarantees a successful and memorable event !  Call to speak with our Private Dining Director today !

 

 

Chef Brian Boston has been serving Baltimore and the state of Maryland for more than 30 years.  Recently nominated for Restauranteur of the Year 2014, named in Best Chefs America 2013 as one of the top one percent of chefs in the country, Best Old School Chef 2013 by Baltimore Magazine and Chef of the Year 2011 by the Restaurant Association of Maryland, Chef Boston has received countless awards including the Five Star Diamond Award, Distinguished Restaurant of North America 15years in a row, as well as a Zagat rating of Extraordinary to Perfection.  Chef Boston is Board Member of the Restaurant Association of Maryland and also currently sits on the advisory board for Hospitality & Culinary Studies at Howard Community College.

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