For a truly historic experience grab a drink and a bite to eat in one of the oldest restaurant and pubs in Ellicott City. Built in 1833 as a tavern and country inn this was a popular resting stop for train travelers. The train made its last run in 1955 and the building was converted into a general store and tavern. In 1972 after Tropical Storm Agnes flooded Ellicott City new owners moved in to restore the old building and turn it into a restaurant. Several renovations later The Trolley Stop has become a local favorite.
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The Trolley Stop
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