The Elkridge Furnace Inn is a restaurant and private event venue in Elkridge since 1992. They do business in a complex that was built in 1744. Before being saved by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, the complex was set for demolition. In 1989, Dan and Donna Weeker sold their home and moved into the complex. By 1996, they had built a full service restaurant, catering facility, and event venue. Dan is the businesses executive chef, who was trained by Michel Beaupin through a 4.5 year apprenticeship, mastering all disciplines of the French kitchen.

Sitting on the banks of the Patapsco River, The Elkridge Furnace Inn offers stunning views to all customers. The grounds of their property has allowed them to build fresh vegetable gardens, inspiring an upscale farm to table theme. The business has implemented many green practices, like composting and working with local farms to feed livestock with scraps from their kitchen. The restaurant industry can be wasteful with spare ingredients, but The Elkridge Furnace Inn prioritizes wasting nothing.

The menu at The Elkridge Furnace Inn has an extensive list of poultry, shellfish, beef, and vegetable dishes. The restaurant also offers a kids menu, as well as a list of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

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