The Comus Inn at Sugarloaf Mountain

23900 Old Hundred Rd
Dickerson, 20842
Reviews:
The rehearsal dinner for my son and future DiL was the most amazing event thanks to the incredible food (tasty prime rib, hot and delicious shrimp alfredo, moist and tender chicken saltimbocca), the wonderful service (Rebecca, Mark, Nate and more) and the gorgeous setting in the Grand Room overlooking the barn, fountain and Sugarloaf mountain. I'd had lunch here twice before booking and everything was superb then as well. This place is amazing - and I'm VERY hard to please!
Good as it gets! We were promptly met and seated by the host Jesse. He was extremely cordial and wished us a happy anniversary. He seated us along the window that faces Sugarloaf Mt. The view was amazing and the ambiance was perfect. We ordered the crab hushpuppies for an appetizer and a few drinks. Highly recommend the mango mojito. Definitely a drink to kick off the summer and keep the party going. We were well taken care of throughout the entire dinner (Carla was our waitress). We had the pasta du jour (ravioli with a cream sauce, mushrooms, and shredded squash/zucchini) and the crab cakes. Both meals were out of this world! The crab cake was the size of a softball and was all crab; my wife raved over the pasta. Would recommend the Comus Inn for a nice dinner, holiday, drinks after work, or special occasion. Thank you staff and management! We will definitely be back!
This place is beautiful. With a great view of the mountain. I think this place is a hot spot for weddings and receptions as well. The day I dined there was a set up for a wedding that was suppose to be happening later on. However, I did not enjoy my brunch. They did us a favor to sit us after they weren't accepting walk ins anymore and they were very gracious but I guess the cooks didn't bother to season my food. I got the mushroom omelette with potato hash but it just wasn't appetizing. I couldn't finish it. I took about three bites and gave up. That was probably one of the few times where I let a plate go to waste. Well this place seems to be a hit in the area and amongst regulars. Will I go back? Probably not. I live in Texas and I doubt if I will ever find myself in that part of the country. But cheers to those who do love this Inn.

(301) 349-5100

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