The Inn at Brookeville Farms
19501 Georgia Avenue
Olney, MD 20833Neighborhood:
Contemporary AmericanPrice: $31 to $50
The Inn at Brookeville Farms
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://www.theinnatbrookevillefarms.com/
- Phone: 3017748382x
- Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Sunday: 10:30am - 2:00pm; Lunch: Tuesday - Friday: 11:30am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 4:30pm - 9:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 4:30pm - 10:00pm, Sunday: 4:30pm - 8:00pm. Winter hours may vary. Call for hours.
If you require first level seating, please contact us directly.
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Contemporary American
- Executive Chef: Paul Hajewski
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Area, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Smoking Area, Smoking Area (patio only), View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
- Private Party Facilities: From intimate private parties to large events, our Inn is ready for any special occasions.
- Private Party Contact: Darcy Long 3017748382x
- Special Events: Early Dinner Specials: Tues. - Fri. 4:30pm-5:30pm
Thursdays - "Steak & Cabernet Night"
Tuesday- 1/2 priced wine
A word from The Inn at Brookeville Farms
The Inn at Brookeville Farms is an excellent choice for an enchanting night out, a special occasion, or just a fun evening out with family and friends. The restaurant menu features classic American cuisine with a variety of choices including the finest beef, fresh seafood, and succulent lamb along with local and regional specialties. A wine list encompasses choices from the great vineyards in France to the best wines from California as well as selections from Australia to South Africa. Come join us for brunch, lunch or dinner. Let us provide you with a special dining experience you will not forget. We are a charming country inn waiting to serve you!Continued
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Awards voted by OpenTable diners
- Diners' Choice WinnerRomantic
- Diners' Choice WinnerSpecial Occasion
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The Inn at Brookeville Farms reviews from OpenTable diners
26 reviews since May 23, 2014
- Ambiance4.4Noise LevelQuiet
special occasion (15)romantic (14)scenic view (12)fit for foodies (10)neighborhood gem (10)good for groups (7)great for brunch (5)great for lunch (4)kid-friendly (3)great for outdoor dining (3)notable wine list (1)Show More
- This is a fantastic find inSnowflakeVIPDined on 12/14/2010This is a fantastic find in the countryside near Olney! I understand the Inn is often used for weddings and other events, but don't overlook the fantastic restaurant as a dining destination.Special Features:
- The food was wonderful (asOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 12/4/2010The food was wonderful (as usual), the service was second to none (as usual), the atmosphere was antiquey and warm - just the way I like it and it was a wonderful dinner for my husband's birthday. They went out of their way to make it a memorable experience and served him a piece of "Birthday cake" as per my wishes on the reservation without my having to say a thing. We will definitely be visiting this gem again! Bravo!Special Features:
- The brunch was average forOpenTable Diner Since 2009VIPDined on 11/28/2010The brunch was average for a nice restaurant. The service was excellent. Considering its location, this is a real gem in the middle of no-where.Special Features:
- Mildly underwhelming at best,OpenTable Diner Since 2007VIPDined on 11/26/2010Mildly underwhelming at best, especially for the price. Scallops had no sear/char, calamari was overly salty, entrees were bland, crab cakes had shell bits in every single bite, coconut cake had WAY too much salt in it. We must have had the 2nd string waitstaff - our glasses were empty for 3/4 of the meal. Ultimately it was the water boy who finally noticed & I'm pretty sure we saw more of him than our actual waiter throughout the meal. Seems like they were focused on "foofera" when they should have been focusing on fundamentals, esp. something as basic as being able to properly salt their dishes.
- My wife of two months andtkirkDined on 11/25/2010My wife of two months and I are being relocated to the DC area in January and just spent the long Thanksgiving weekend to find our next home. I had reserved this restaurant after browsing Silver Spring, MD which is where we were staying. It was our Thanksgiving Meal and it did not disappoint. In fact, Christmas Dinner at The Inn might be in our near future as well. Great place.Special Features:
- First visit on ThanksgivingfriendsVIPDined on 11/25/2010First visit on Thanksgiving Day. Good menu online menu caused us to select this restaurant. Food was fair not great, wine glasses were still wet and had water spots. May try this one more time during a non-holiday period, but Thanksgiving dinner was not a success.
- We enjoyed our meal. FoodOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 11/20/2010We enjoyed our meal. Food was good and the service was great.Special Features:
- I took my granddaughters toBetsyDined on 11/20/2010I took my granddaughters to see Annie at the Olney Theatre and then an early dinner at the Inn at Brookville Farms. Our waiter was excellent. The Kids' menu was perfect - one chose chicken tenders and the other Cheese Tortellini with Alfredo Sauce. My fillet was perfect. The Seafood Cocktail was a little disappointing...not enough seafood, and it had some fruit in it. Beautiful setting on the farm, and a quaint home.Special Features:
- Everything on the menu wasOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 11/13/2010Everything on the menu was wonderful. Best crab cake in Maryland!Special Features:
- Our dining experience wasOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 11/12/2010Our dining experience was OK....the table was lovely, and the room was quiet. Our server was not that attentive. We had to ask for things and it was slow. We basically ordered from the small plate, beginnings, and dessert menu. The salad was good, but missing the candied walnuts. The crabcakes were fresh but totally bland. The lambchops were excellent. The tomato soup was dinky, and the grilled cheese and crab sandwich was just OK. The table rolls were dry. Desserts: the creme brulle was excellent, as was the chocolate bomb. The Jamaican toto cake was a muffin and it was dry, served with tiny slices of mango and a melon ball sized scoop of icecream. Actually, it was awful and we were embarrased. The coffee was excellent.Special Features:
- Fantastic service! The foodGaryDined on 11/6/2010Fantastic service! The food was delicious! and they had a nice wine list.Special Features:
- We think the Inn is lovely,LaurisDined on 11/2/2010We think the Inn is lovely, and the food good. It would be nice to have a printed menu for the early dinner, and a choice of desserts, The wait staff was kind and knowledgeable.Special Features:
- We went to The Inn at BrookevilleBENNE2JADined on 10/30/2010We went to The Inn at Brookeville Farms for my foodie father's birthday. While the food was acceptable the noise level from a sweet 16 party that sounded like a raucous club scene literally made us ask for the check after only a cocktail. At which time they offered to move us upstairs, and while we could still hear the party (which ruined the ambiance of what we expected to be a quiet old inn) it was the only dinner option at time of evening in Olney. While the staff tried to be accommodating I would have preferred being alerted to when the restaurant called to confirm our reservation - I feel duped into having dinner there on a night where the entire restaurant was overrun with teenagers and deafening pop music.
- Excellent for a quiet, romantic,BudfromGaithersburgDined on 10/28/2010Excellent for a quiet, romantic, mid-week dinner. We will plan to return.Special Features:
- Went for brunch. The pricesOpenTable Diner Since 2001VIPDined on 10/24/2010Went for brunch. The prices were pretty high. A $4 side of bacon got me two non-crispy strips. The rest of the meal was very good.Special Features:
- A must do!RestaurantExplorerDined on 10/23/2010It was a great place to celebrate my birthday with my dear hubby...just the two of us.Special Features:
- Food was fabulous, serviceOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 10/22/2010Food was fabulous, service great, beautiful decor and the wine suggested by the server was spot on. I would highly recommend a visit to ever.Special Features:
- Food was very good but a littleOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 10/16/2010Food was very good but a little pricey. Nice spot to celebrate a special occasion.Special Features:
- Had a great time. The restaurantOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 10/15/2010Had a great time. The restaurant was very busy, an anomaly they said, so service was sometimes a little spotty. But overall, we had excellently prepared food, delivered in a timely fashion. No complaints at all. They were working really hard. Nice decor...lights were a little bit dim in the room we were in, but overall a nice experience, excellent food.Special Features:
- Great find in OnleyRJS666VIPDined on 10/8/2010Each of us were surprised at the quality of the meals we chose, from beginning to end. Good wine list, too good a dessert list. Several small rooms kept a busy place quiet.Special Features:
- This is not our first dinnerOutforlunchDined on 10/7/2010This is not our first dinner at the Brookeville Inn. In fact we had our rehearsal dinner upstairs in a private room. On this Thursday night there was only one other couple dining in the same space as we were, however their conversation was easily heard so I can't imagine how noisy the room would have been if crowded. The food and service is excellent but the price is expensive for what you get. There are not many fining dining places in this area so I am sure the Inn attracts a local crowd. In this economy, however the prices will keep people away.Special Features:
- Service is a bit slow, andOpenTable Diner Since 2008VIPDined on 10/3/2010Service is a bit slow, and the entrees are not worth the price.
- While the servers were nice,OpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 9/19/2010While the servers were nice, they couldn't seem to coordinate basic restaurant functions and we were constantly asking for basic items like menus, spoons, salt and pepper and more coffee. We were the only ones in the restaurant! I wouldn't return here. The food was overpriced and nothing special.
- My meal - the salmon skewerCynDivaLVIPDined on 9/17/2010My meal - the salmon skewer salad - was disappointing. The dressing overwhelmed the food. My dining companion had the grilled cheese which was burnt. Over priced for what you get.Special Features:
- Food was wonderful, as always.HoHum4LunchDined on 9/14/2010Food was wonderful, as always. We also enjoyed a bottle of wine with dinner. Both made for a delightful evening experience. Look forward to our next Brookeville Farms meal.Special Features:
- Had a very nice dinner. HadOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 9/11/2010Had a very nice dinner. Had driven by multiple times and wanted to stop in. The food was very good, the service was excellent and overall it was a very good dinner. Its in an old house right in brookeville and was a very romantic and nice spot.Special Features:
- Absolutely fantastic mealOpenTable Diner Since 2005VIPDined on 9/11/2010Absolutely fantastic meal and service. We were at first seated in a room with a large party who had obviously been into the alcohol for quite some time. Luckily, the owner/manager moved us to a much nice room. Beautiful inn. Wonderful people. Thank you.Special Features:
- Great spot for dinner beforeOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 9/4/2010Great spot for dinner before a show at the Olney Theater. Food is American modern, well prepared with high quality ingredients. Rolls were stale. Ambiance is quiet and classy, outdoor setting is beautiful Maryland countryside. Seemed kind of chaotic with a wedding going on at the same time as we had dinner, but the restaurant is well insulated from the banquet rooms. Dinner for two with 3 glasses of wine & tip came to $99.Special Features:
- When the hostess took us toOpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 8/28/2010When the hostess took us to the table one of the two chairs was missing, so it took a minute for them to find one for us, but once they did, all was okay. The soup and salad were delicious. The pork was a little thick so that the flavor didn't get all the way through and the monkfish was a rather small portion, but the veggies and potatoes were very good. No room for dessert this time. Thought we might not try them again and then the manager stopped by the table as we were getting ready to leave and asked how our meal was. We gave his the polite "Good". But he wasn't satisfied with that and pressed us to tell him what we really enjoyed and what we thin they could have done better. So we told him and believe that he really listened.