SPARKS, Md. — After the COVID-19 pandemic forced its closure six-months ago, the Milton Inn is reopening its doors under new ownership.
Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf bought out the historic Sparks restaurant, which will be run in partnership with Executive Chef, Chris Scanga, who is best known for his work at Petit Louis Bistro in Roland Park.
Known for being housed in an 18th century mansion, the Milton Inn has been part of Baltimore County's dining scene for over 70 years.
“Before I moved to Baltimore, I loved The Milton Inn the moment I saw it. As a young chef visiting from Charleston, South Carolina, it was a dream restaurant. Old, with significant history. A house, made out of stone," said chef Cindy Wolf. "Working fireplaces in all of the rooms. So many windows! Enough land to plant a kitchen and cutting flower garden, all within the countryside. It feels meant to be and I am truly excited about our partnership,” Wolf said.
The Milton Inn is currently undergoing interior remodeling and is expected to reopen as a less formal dining room by late spring 2021.
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The place had been owned by Brian Boston since 1997, but the pandemic caused over $250,000 in losses forcing him to close.