Maryland March 10, 2017
The Timeless Maryland Restaurant Everyone Needs To Visit At Least Once
Maryland is full of history, even when it comes to some of our restaurants. The following eatery has been around for over a century, and the current owners are celebrating 60 years of of this charming spot under their family name. Full of an alluring ambiance in a wooded setting, you’re going to love Old Angler’s Inn.
You may have spotted Old Angler's Inn while exploring Great Falls in Potomac, Maryland. Its close proximity to the river makes it the perfect spot to stop after a long day of outdoor exploration.
Perhaps the most impressive part of the restaurant is the building itself, which dates back to 1860. During the Civil War, officers stopped by the inn and years later, Teddy Roosevelt enjoyed both the inn and its rustic surroundings.
During winter months, get cozy in the dining room that's lined with twinkling lights and a warm fireplace.
And during warm weathered days, the patio is the perfect spot to eat among nature.
Summertime offers a fun outdoor bar that you may have trouble pulling yourself away from.
Getting married? Host your wedding here to ensure your nuptials are filled with pretty views among historic grounds.
And wow your guests as evening falls with with a romantic atmosphere that's perfect for dancing.
If you're wondering how the food is... wonder no more. Old Angler's Inn has a plethora of items on the menu that are sure to please any visitor. Whether you're a lover of seafood...
Or comfort food, you can't go wrong.
This timeless spot should be added to your dining bucket list for its ambiance, food, and history. It's breath of fresh air - literally.
Old Angler’s Inn is located at
10801 MacArthur Blvd, Potomac, MD 20854. For more information, visit their website and follow them on Facebook.
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