The Milton Inn, a 70-year-old fixture of the Greater Baltimore dining scene, just got a face lift (and a tummy tuck, and just a little bit of Botox).
According to reporting in the Baltimore Business Journal, Milton Inn owner and chef Brian Boston recently completed $400,000 in renovations at the fine-dining landmark which left no first-floor room untouched.
Every room was repainted, and the main dining areas were completely reappointed with new chairs, drapes, carpets, lighting, and art. The outside was also re-landscaped and graced with new garden features, including a stone wall and a pergola.
The inside is devastatingly classy, with gallery lighting dramatically illuminating dark stained wood in one dining area, while a subtly variegated paint job plays well off light trim and dark chairs in the other.
Visit BBJ for a slideshow of Milton Inn’s new look. Or head to Sparks for the real thing, and let us know what you think.
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