The Smokehouse Restaurant

A WORLD-CLASS FINE DINING RESTAURANT LOCATED IN CARROLL COUNTY, MARYLAND

NAMED USA TODAY BEST READERS’ CHOICE WINNER FOR BEST HOTEL RESTAURANT 2020

The Smokehouse Restaurant at Antrim 1844, a romantic, fine-dining restaurant with New American fare has appointed Inti Villalobos-Coady as Executive Chef. Villalobos-Coady joins The Smokehouse Restaurant at Antrim 1844 with nearly 19 years of culinary experience. Born and raised in Massachusetts, Villalobos-Coady has been interested in the culinary industry since he was a childFrom watching in awe at 5-years-old as his great-grandmother cooked in the kitchen, starting as a dishwasher at 13-years-old, to graduating from The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York, he remains passionate about learning new techniques and teaching aspiring culinary professionals.

“Food is a real representation of who you are and where you came from; people can look at a single ingredient and think of so many different things to do with it and that varies from person to person,” said the newly appointed Executive Chef. “Everyone can share an idea and that’s how we grow.”

Located just a short distance from Gettysburg, PA, Frederick, MD, Washington D.C, and Baltimore, MD, the Smokehouse Restaurant is the perfect escape for a fine dining experience.

Sample Menu

Chevre & Beets goat cheese, grilled pear, fig dressing, watercress

*Colutta, Pinot Grigio 2019

Burrata prosciutto di parma, truffle honey, fried bread, petite greens 

*Imagery, Sauvignon Blanc Muscat 2020

Maryland Crabcake sweet corn puree, asparagus & sweet potato salad

*McManis, Viognier 2019

Shrimp Cocktail cognac sauce, cocktail sauce 

*Audarya, Nuragus 2012


Artisan Greens tomatoes, cucumbers, feta, balsamic vinaigrette

*Chateau de Paraza, Rose’ 2019

French Onion Soup swiss cheese, pretzel croutons

*Dievole, Chianti Classico 2018


Arctic Char cockle, fiddlehead ferns, marble potatoes, fennel, fumet de poisson

*Ojai, Chardonnay 2016

Filet Mignon  dauphinoise  potatoes, green bean almondine, bacon onion jam

*Juan Gil, Monastrell 2018

Mushroom & Spinach Ravioli royal trumpet mushroom, heirloom tomato pomodoro

*Mer Soleil, Pinot Noir 2018

Confit Duck Stuffed Cabbage chestnut & savoy cabbage, lentil salad, roasted carrots

*E.Guigal, Cote du Rhone 2017

 Lamb Osso Bucco herbed farro pilaf, collard greens, brunoise vegetables, gremolata

*Caymus-Suisun, Petit Sirah 2018


Artisan Cheese Slate mimolette, bucheron, point reyes blue

*Emotions, Sauternes

Panache of Pastries  chocolate cake, vanilla gelato, cannoli

*Taylor Fladgate, 10 year Tawny Port

*Wine selections listed are for an optional 5-course wine pairing for $65 per person.

  • “There are really no words for the experience. 6 course menu paired with appropriate wine selections. Splurge a bit. The wine selection is insane - hundreds of different bottles, but take the suggested pairings. Outstanding, historical setting. Attention to detail at every moment. Will be back, many times.”

    - GOOGLE REVIEW, MAY 2021

  • One of our favorite restaurants. We took our family last night to celebrate a 21st birthday for our oldest and the entire staff went out of their way to create a memorable experience.”

    - GOOGLE REVIEW, APRIL 2021

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q. What is the cost for dinner?

    A. The six-course prix-fixe dinner served Monday through Thursday is $86 per person, excluding tax and gratuity.  Dinner service Friday, Saturday, and Sunday is $92 per person, excluding tax and gratuity. Optional wine pairings are available for $69 for a five-course wine pairing and $45 for a three-course. One of the courses includes a choice of dessert or a cheese sampling course.

    Q. What is the required attire for the restaurant?

    A. Attire for dinner is business casual. A jacket is recommended, but not required.

    Q. Do you have to be an overnight guest to dine in the restaurant?

    A. No, the restaurant is open daily to both overnight and outside guests. However, we do provide consideration to overnight guests and set aside a certain number of tables for those guests per evening to ensure availability. Reservations are required and advance reservations are recommended.

    Q. Do I need a reservation to dine in the restaurant?

    A. Yes, reservations are required for the restaurant. We strongly recommend placing your reservation as early as possible. Click here to make your reservation online.

    Q. What are the available times for dinner each evening?

    A. Dinner times do vary, but are typically 6:30 PM, 7 PM, and/or 7:30 PM. On special holidays, such as Mother's Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Eve, dinner times can begin as early as 1:30 PM.

    Q. Does the menu change daily? Is there a way for me to view it prior to arrival?

    A. Yes, the menu is prepared daily based upon fresh local ingredients and dietary restrictions for the day. A sample menu is located here. Filet mignon, a fish option and vegetarian option are always available. Please be sure to note any dietary restrictions you may have during the time of your reservation.

    Q. Are there options available for those with dietary restrictions?

    A. We can accommodate most dietary restrictions. When making your reservation, please note any restrictions you may have to help us provide you with the best dining experience. Our menu is naturally vegetarian friendly with an option available each day.

    Q. I know very little about wine. Will there be someone there to assist me? Is there an option for wine pairing available?

    Our staff is well educated and can assist you with the perfect compliment to your menu choices for the evening. We also provide an optional three- or five-course wine pairing option for $30 or $50 per person respectively.

    Q. Are children welcome?

    A. Yes, and we have a menu option available for children. We do ask that children are properly supervised and behave accordingly. Please be sure to mention any children who will be joining us when making your reservation.

    Q. Does the Smokehouse Restaurant have an à la carte menu? What does Prix-Fixe mean? Are there choices on the menu? What can I expect to see on the menu for the evening?

    A. Prix-fixe means 'several courses served at a fixed price.' While we do not have an à la carte menu, there are choices within the set menu. You will have a choice of an appetizer, soup or salad, and entreé. The other courses are selected by the chef and change daily based on fresh local ingredients and dietary restrictions for the day.

    Q. Is food available for purchase at the Pickwick Pub?

    A. No, but the Pickwick Pub at Antrim 1844 is home to some of the finest cognacs and whiskeys in the world and is opened daily to the public at 2:30 PM. While there, check out the cocktail menu for a list of our signature drinks.

    Q. Can I make reservations for dinner online?

    A. Yes, by visiting our online reservations here.

    Q. Is there a rental fee to dine in the cellar?

    A. No, but we do require a wine purchase minimum of $750. This could be a bottle of wine on our extensive wine list or wine pairings for your party. If you do not meet the required minimum, bottles of wine can be purchased to meet minimum.

    Q. How do I make a reservation for the wine cellar?

    A. To inquire, please click here to submit a request for availability.

    Q. Is parking available? Is there a fee for parking?

    A. Parking is provided complimentary to our overnight guests, event attendees, and dinner guests. Parking around the Mansion is available to our overnight and dinner guests with overflow and event parking available across the street. A complimentary Tesla connector and a ClipperCreek connector with a universal plug for standard electric cars for our restaurant and overnight guests is also available.