Manor Hill Tavern occupies the historic Taylor’s Row in Old Ellicott City. Built in the mid-19th Century, this iconic series of buildings initially served the livery trade of the area. Our bar and dining areas feature original architectural elements such as exposed stone walls, barn doors, and beams. Local artwork hangs throughout the Tavern’s many rooms and a newly commissioned mural adorns a main wall, a nod to the eclectic and vibrant artistic community of Old Ellicott City. The result is a unique and memorable atmosphere unlike any other.
Our Menu is available here.
There is free parking located in Lot D directly across the street from our restaurant. Currently, Lot D is only accessible from Old Columbia Pike (via Roussey Lane). Please note that Main Street is closed due to recent flooding. Once parked, you can walk from the lot to our restaurant by using the pedestrian walkway and crossing over Old Columbia Pike.