About Us &
One of Maryland’s historic treasures, The Milton Inn is a fully restored 281-year-old fieldstone house dating back to 1740. The Inn was originally used as a coachstop for Quaker settlers as well as a haven for travelers for hundreds of years. The Milton Inn continues its legacy as a premier dining destination and is owned and operated by the award-winning Foreman Wolf Restaurant Group.
Chef Chris Scanga, while studying French fundamentals at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York, performed an externship under Chef Cindy Wolf at Charleston in 2008 and remained with the team at Foreman Wolf’s flagship restaurant after graduation. He trained at Pazo with Chef Mario Cano-Catalàn as a sous chef followed by a tour of duty opening the kitchen at Foreman Wolf’s neighborhood gatheirng place, Johnny’s, in Roland Park. Scanga reignited his passion for classic French cooking at Petit Louis Bistro. Chef Scanga was the Executive Chef at the longtime Roland Park establishment for eight years before becoming a Chef/Partner of The Milton Inn. Chris lives in Cockeysville with his wife and two young sons.
Tony Foreman is the CEO and wine director of the Foreman Wolf restaurants and wine shops. The esteemed wine guru and restaurateur is the creative force behind each of the food and beverage concepts, bringing his experiences and vision to life with every detail in the spaces, menus and beverage programs.
Foreman personally researched and developed the wine list for each restaurant and has been instrumental in menu development as well. His front of house staff is renowned for being thoughtful and unobtrusive, recognized time and again for superior service. The combined staff of over 300 employees has been a major driving force in putting Baltimore on the map in the world of fine wines and dining.
Tony earned a B.S. in Restaurant and Hotel Management from Widener University in Pennsylvania and holds a Sommelier Certificate from the school in Colmar, France.
Chef Cindy Wolf
A nine-times James Beard Foundation Award finalist for Best Chef Mid-Atlantic, Chef Wolf’s cuisine is backed by French fundamentals and grounded in preparations that emphasize the natural flavors of the very finest regional products.
Charleston is recognized in the Washington Post’s Restaurant Hall of Fame, an American Academy of Hospitality Sciences Five-Star Diamond award recipient, a Forbes Four-Star award recipient, and AAA Four Star Diamond Award recipient. The restaurant is recognized by Zagat for best food and service and has been rated the #1 restaurant in Baltimore by Baltimore Magazine year over year.
A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York, Chef Wolf has been recognized Food & Wine, Bon Appetit, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and many more. She has appeared in cooking segments on major local, national and cable television stations. Chef Wolf is the co-owner of the other Foreman Wolf restaurants.
Lunch: Thursday, Friday and Saturdays from 12pm-2pm
Dinner: Tuesday-Sunday: 5pm-9pm
Happy Hour: Tues - Fri: 4pm - 6pm
Sunday Brunch: 11am - 2pm
14833 York Road
Sparks Glencoe, MD 21152