This was a unique tavern/restaurant in the quaint little harbor town of Oxford, MD. we ate a salad for lunch there, and it was all organic, very fresh. Then, we also went back for dinner and had drinks, flounder and veggies, and they were good also. The Inn is over 200 years old and was built by the Morris's who were key figures in the Revolutionary War. The walls in the tavern were the old brick , booths had candles on the tables, it was a very cozy and you could just imagine what those old walls had heard through the years!
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