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Taverns and Bars - Maryland

Here are links to some notable taverns (past and present) found along Route 40.

House of WelshClub One (House of Welsh) (Baltimore, MD)
"The House of Welsh was one of Baltimore's oldest restaurants. It was famous of its steaks. Closed in1998......."

Jesse Tomlinson house at Little Meadows.Tomlinson's Inn (closed) (Tomlinson's Tavern) (Grantsville, MD)
"Historical marker text: Tomlinson's Stone House Inn was built in 1816 at Little Meadows. Owner Jesse Tomlinson was a veteran of the Revolutionary War......"

IconCasselman Inn (Drover's Inn, Farmer's Hotel, Farmer's House, Dorsey's Hotel) (Grantsville, MD)
"Historical marker text: You are standing in front of the Casselman Inn, which was opened in 1842 by Solomon Sterner. This establishment has also been......"

IconFuller Baker Tavern (closed) (Grantsville, MD)
"Historical marker text: The Fuller Baker Log House was built about 1815 and was most likely used as a tavern and inn. It is now a private residence. ......"

IconGrand View Tavern (closed) (Keyser Ridge, MD)
"Run by Steven Baluch from 1940 to the 1980s. Six stools at the counter. It closed some time in the 1990s and is not boarded up......."

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