Robert Morris Inn

The historic Robert Morris Inn has been restored by chef/proprietor Mark Salter, who was the executive chef of the Inn at Perry Cabin for 17 years.  Salter is pictured in the terrace with starter A Taste of the Chesapeake, consisting of (l-r) cream of crab soup, fried Maryland oyster with remoulade and smoked Blue fish pate.

( Kenneth K. Lam, Baltimore Sun / October 20, 2010 )

The historic Robert Morris Inn has been restored by chef/proprietor Mark Salter, who was the executive chef of the Inn at Perry Cabin for 17 years. Salter is pictured in the terrace with starter A Taste of the Chesapeake, consisting of (l-r) cream of crab soup, fried Maryland oyster with remoulade and smoked Blue fish pate.

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