Try Our Spring Menu:
Early favorites include the return of the Grilled Artichokes Appetizer, the new Heart of Lettuce Salad, the Pan Fried Catfish, the Shrimp Scampi and the Grilled Sea Scallops
Delicious New Desserts!
We're Open for Sunday Dinners Again!
Thursday Night Music on May 26th:
Featuring Calvert County Residents
Eric Skow & Bob Pfeiffer Playing an eclectic mix of Folk, Rock and Country spanning from the '50s to today.
Welcome them for their debut
at The Westlawn Inn!
Welcome to The Westlawn Inn!
Fine Wines & Fresh Seasonal Menu Voted BEST Romantic Dinner Venue
by Best of the Bay!
Dinner served Tues-Thurs 5pm-9pm
Fri & Sat 5pm-10pm
NEW HOURS-Sunday: Brunch 11am-3pm
LIVE MUSIC every Saturday and some Fridays in a variety of genres 7:30 pm until about 10pm
Make your table reservation today
by calling 410-257-0001.
There is no cover to hear the band;
diners will receive priority table seating.
Parking Information: Westlawn patrons are invited to park in our parking lot on the southeast corner of 7th St. and Chesapeake Ave. (diagonal from the restaurant) and in front of the restaurant on 7th St. or Chesapeake Ave. Additional parking is available adjacent to the Westlawn lot in the North Beach Municipal lot (also on the east side of Chesapeake Ave). This lot is free to the public at all times. It is our continued request that our patrons honor the signs indicating "Resident Parking Only".
Thursday, May 26th Eric Skow & Bob Pfeiffer
~Folk, Rock, and Country~
Friday, May 27th Lee Travers & Kristi Allen ~Acoustic Rock~
"If you never had a reason to go to North Beach, you do now:
The Westlawn Inn." ~The Washington Post~
Originally built in 1926, The Westlawn Inn served as a guesthouse for bayside vacationers for the last century.
Now, we would like to welcome you as our guest for fine dining and fabulous music.
The Westlawn Inn features upscale dining in a classically appealing American atmosphere. Our two-level dining room offers comfortable surroundings that will take you back to the era when this small bayside community was a lavish resort town for tourists and clientele from the DC Metropolitan area. Locally owned and operated, this quintessential North Beach dining experience is sure to delight the palate while providing a friendly gathering place for all.