Best Restaurant in Maryland, 2014:
The Colonial home that houses Fair Hill Inn makes a fairy-tale setting for a meal prepared from foods grown and produced on its own farm. Smoked meats, homemade cheeses, honeys and herbs go into a menu that changes monthly.
Every season is a wholly new experience.
Best Romantic Atmosphere, 2014:
It’s all about the historic stone home and food made with true love at Fair Hill Inn. Out to impress? Reserve a table near the fireplace.
No matter how overloaded the farm-to-table bandwagon gets, Fair Hill Inn is still miles ahead. Chefs Phil Pyle Jr. and Brian Shaw’s aptly named “Farmstead Cuisine” comes from their backyard plot and house-butchered meats. They even churn their own butter. With a little help from Whimsical Farms in Newark and Sassafras River Beef in Maryland, the menu at Fair Hill changes monthly and never repeats a dish.
It’s no fad at The Fair Hill Inn. Chefs Philip Pyle and Brian Shaw spend as much time
tending their on-site garden as preparing beautiful dishes.