For parties of five and over please call for reservations. The Elkridge Furnace Inn holds a unique niche in Maryland history. Nestled on the Patapsco ... More
The Elkridge Furnace Inn
For parties of five and over please call for reservations. The Elkridge Furnace Inn holds a unique niche in Maryland history. Nestled on the Patapsco River, the Inn was first established as a tavern in 1744. Today, The Elkridge Furnace Inn houses an elegant restaurant with an intimate setting with working fire places in almost every room, lit from fall to early spring. Private parties welcome.
My husband and I consider the Elkridge Furnace Inn our favorite restaurant. We have never been disappointed with the food, service, or atmosphere. We use them for catering off premise affairs and have on several occasions used them for special celebrations. Everyone we have ever taken to The Elkridge Furnace Inn have been most impressed. I highly recommend it. Bon Appetit.
What a wonderful Restaurant the food is outta this world and the staff are all very polite and cater to your every need, a place to take your wife or girlfriend. Good food good location sitting, in a historic building who could ask for more....
My Fiancée and I celebrated our 3rd anniversary last night at your restaurant. We had heard good things about the Elkridge Furnace Inn and were excited to try a new place. Needless to say, we were not impressed. I never complained about service or food because everyone has an off night. But I am compelled to complain because my Fiancée was sick immediately after leaving the restaurant and was sick for the rest of the evening. Our waiter (Tim) was curt on more then one occasion. We received 2 short answers when we asked him to help explain a few items on the entrée list and when we asked for a bottle of wine he had a sharp response about how do we expect him to remember a few hundred bottles of wine. We were only offered a water refill once and half way through our entrée we were out of water. I ordered the steak du jour and found it to be extremely tough and was well under cooked. I believe our waiter mixed up the cooking instructions on my steak and my Fiancée’s tuna, as hers was not the medium rare she requested. My steak could hardly be chewed and I stopped trying half way though, leaving a half eaten extremely bloody steak on my plate (certainly not the medium I requested). I would have sent it back to be cooked further, but thought it might come back tougher then before. As I said, I have never complained or written a review in the past but this was by far one of the worst dinning experiences my Fiancée and I have shared.
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