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Rams Head Tavern Savage Mill Lease Ends After 20 Years of Serving the Community

Today, Rams Head Tavern Savage and Historic Savage Mill leadership jointly announce the sunsetting of Rams Head’s twenty-year lease relationship. The non- renewal is a result of the dramatic impact the pandemic continues to have on small businesses, coupled with the difficult decision of signing another long-term lease in today’s current economic environment. These factors led Rams Head executives to reprioritize their energies and efforts toward the organization’s other restaurants and entertainment ventures, including Rams Head’s new properties in Key West, Florida.

“This was an incredibly difficult decision and we could not be more thankful to our many customers and team members who delivered upon our company promise for more than two decades, and to Historic Savage Mill which remains one of the most unique locations in all of Maryland. We are grateful to have been a part of its ongoing legacy and character,” said Michael Lechner, Director of Operations for the Rams Head Group.

Rams Head Savage opened its doors in July 1999 to provide the community the best in food, fun, and beer. Over the years, Rams Head Savage became a staple in the Howard County community. Offering Sunday Brunch, happy hour five days a week, free live music, and family friendly dining options, Rams Head has been a gathering place for family and friends for more than 20 years.

“While it is difficult to see Rams Head leave Historic Savage Mill, we’re proud to have been home to their second restaurant after the Annapolis flagship location. As one of the top destinations in Howard County, The Mill is a vibrant and diverse community of shops, galleries, and restaurants which has tremendous appeal to its tenants as well as visitors from throughout the region. We look forward to bringing a fresh concept to the newly available, three level restaurant space and to continuing our long-held tradition of fostering small businesses at this premier location,” says Jay Winer, Managing Partner of Historic Savage Mill.

Leadership is working with Rams Head Savage employees to assist them in remaining part of the Rams Head family, as the organization has other restaurant and entertainment venues who need support.

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St. Patrick’s Day Party at Rams Head! Saturday, March 14, 2020

Green Beer for Rams Head's St. Patrick's Day Party!

Looking for the best St. Patrick’s Day Specials in Maryland? Look no further.

 
Grab your shamrocks, pull your “Kiss Me, I’m Irish” t-shirts out of your closets – it’s almost time to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!
 
What is the purpose of St. Patrick’s Day? It’s a public holiday in the Republic of Ireland celebrating St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. The celebration falls on March 17th which is the traditionally observed death date of Saint Patrick.
 
However, over the years St. Patrick’s Day has evolved into a giant celebration of the cuisine, customs, and culture of Ireland. Bars, restaurants, and households in countries all over the world don their green apparel and pour a pint of Guinness in celebration. There’s music, dancing, drinking, Irish food, drinking, green decorations, and drinking!
 
And Rams Head is throwing a huge party on Saturday, March 14th to join in on the festivities!
 

Here’s everything you need to know about Rams Head’s 17th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Party.

 

1. First things first. When is it?

 
For the first time in 17 years, Rams Head is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day a little early. We understand that Tuesdays are usually a little busier for people than the weekends are so we’re moving our party to Saturday! Join us on Saturday, March 14th for a party that lasts all day.
 

2. Where is it? We’ll be celebrating at ALL 5 of our Maryland Locations.

 
Our party will be going strong at our Tavern in Annapolis, the Roadhouse in Annapolis, our Tavern in Savage Mill, our Shore House in Stevensville, and at Rams Head Dockside in Glen Burnie. Take your pick!
 

3. What time? ALL DAY! Open to Close!

 
But you might want to get here early in order to take advantage of our – wait for it – 50 CENT GUINNESS DEAL!
 
For ONE HOUR, between 11 am and 12 pm, Rams Head will be offering guests a pint of Guinness Stout for just 50 cents in order to really get our St. Patrick’s Day Party started. You read that right, folks. 50 cents. You won’t want to miss out on this one.
 

4. If Guinness isn’t really your thing, don’t worry. Here are our other drink specials.

 
St. Patrick's Day Party Drink Specials at Rams Head

 

5. But what about the food?

 
Each of our locations are putting their own spin on St. Patrick’s Day Food specials! Check out what’s going on at each Restaurant below:
 
Rams Head Tavern Annapolis:

 
Corned Beef and Cabbage
Tender braised Irish style corned beef brisket, bacon braised cabbage, sauerkraut and mashed potatoes
$15
 
Irish Lamb Stew
Leg of Lamb, leeks, stewed vegetables, cabbage, garlic stout gravy and potatoes
$14
 
Smoked Salmon Canapés
Smoked Atlantic Salmon with pub cheese on horseradish crostini’s topped with fresh dill
$9
 
Rams Head Tavern Savage Mill:
 
Corned Beef & Cabbage
Fork-tender corned beef brisket, braised cabbage, red potatoes, with Irish au jus
$12.95
 
Codfish Cakes
Flash-fried coddies, with saltines and grain mustard
$9.99
 
Rack of Lamb
Garlic roasted, with red potatoes, broccoli, and mint jelly
$22.50
 

Rams Head Dockside:

 
Guinness Stew
Lamb and barley with carrots, onions and celery in a hearty Guinness beef broth. Served with a dinner roll.
$11.95
 
Irish Nachos
House made kettle chips topped with Irish whiskey cheese, corned beef, diced tomatoes, jalapeños and green onions.
$10.95
 
Corned Beef and Cabbage
Fordham & Dominion Oak Barrel Stout-marinated corned beef, braised with cabbage, potatoes, carrots, celery and onion. Served with a dinner roll.
$15.95

 

Rams Head Shore House:
 
Breakfast:
 
Full Irish Breakfast
Two fried eggs, 2 slices of bacon, 1 breakfast sausage, home fries, baked beans, and sliced tomatoes.
$12.95
 
Blarney Breakfast Bake
Hearty breakfast casserole with eggs, sausage, mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, cheddar jack cheese and cubed bread.
$11.95
 
Irish Breakfast Nachos
Fried tater tots loaded with whiskey cheese sauce, green bell peppers, and bacon then topped with two fried eggs and scallions.
$11.95
 
Lunch/Dinner:
 
Guinness Stew
Lamb and barley with carrots, onions and celery in a hearty Guinness beef broth. Served with a dinner roll.
$11.95
 
Irish Nachos
House made kettle chips topped with Irish whiskey cheese, corned beef, diced tomatoes, jalapeños and green onions.
$10.95
 
Corned Beef and Cabbage
Fordham & Dominion Oak Barrel Stout-marinated corned beef, braised with cabbage, potatoes, carrots, celery and onion. Served with a dinner roll.
$15.95
 
Rams Head Roadhouse:
 
Cheddar Guinness Dip Served with Pretzels
 
Traditional Irish Leek and Potato Soup
 
Corned Beef and Cabbage
 
Irish Mint Brownies
 


 

6. Now you’ve got your drinks, you’ve got your corned beef and cabbage, you’re all set, right?

 
Wrong.
 

 
You need live music and we’re making it happen.
 
Here’s the Full Live Music Line-Up for all of our Locations.
 
Rams Head Tavern Annapolis:
 
Skribe: 12 pm – 2pm
Loose Ties: 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Mike McHenry Tribe: 5 pm – 7 pm
White Ford Bronco: 8 pm – 10 pm
 
White Ford Bronco at Rams Head's St. Patrick's Day Party in Annapolis

 

Rams Head Tavern Savage Mill:
 
Grey Hall: 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Kieran Lally: 4 pm – 7 pm
8 Balls: 8 pm – 12 am
 
Rams Head Dockside:
 
 Kieran Lally: 11 am – 2 pm
BoRoy: 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Greg Kneller: 6 pm – 9 pm
The Birdaddys: 9 pm – Close
 
Rams Head Roadhouse:
 
 Loose Ties: 11 am – 1:30 pm
Mac & Blue: 2:15 pm – 5:15 pm
Rickshaw Lizard: 6 pm -10 pm

Rams Head Shore House:

 
 Sparks & McCoy: 12 pm – 3 pm
DJ Denise: 2 pm – 9 pm in the tent
Hot Buttered Elvis: 8 pm
 

7. Lastly, do you need a ticket? Nope.

 
Free live music, no cover! Just show up and start celebrating and we’ll take care of the rest.
 

 

Don’t forget to wear green!
 

We’ll see you there!

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Cat 5 Key Lime Lager Beer Release at Rams Head! Thursday, March 5th

Cat 5 Key Lime Lager Beer Release at Rams Head

The Best Thursday Happy Hour in Maryland is at Rams Head on March 5th !

 
Picture this: it’s 3 pm on a Thursday. You’ve been working all week, putting up with the traffic and the winter weather. It’s only just the end of February so Summer seems light-years away. You need something to help perk up your spirits and put a little Summer sunshine back into your life.

 Rams Head has got you covered!

This Thursday, March 5th, join us from 4 pm to 7 pm at any of our 5 Maryland Rams Head locations for our Cat 5 Key Lime Lager Beer Release Party. This light and refreshing lager, brewed with real Key lime, is the perfect way to tide you over while you wait for the warmth of Summer. Brewed by Fordham and Dominion, the Key lime lager has a light body and malty notes up front with a clean and crisp finish. And this Thursday it can be found exclusively at Rams Head.

Be the first to try it out!

 
Your first pour comes with a commemorative glass for $4.00, and additional pours are only $2.00 after that. 2 dollars!  Grab your friends, grab your coworkers, grab your mom. Convince your boss to let the office out early for, uhm, team bonding. This Thursday Rams Head is the place to be.

 

Cat 5 Key Lime Lager Beer Release Party at Rams Head

4.2 % alc/vol.

 

Not to mention, this party is right smack-dab in the middle of Rams Head’s awesome happy hour! Combine your Cat 5 Key Lime lager with some half-priced Brie Fritters or Crabby Tots and turn your otherwise normal Thursday into one to look forward to.

 

See you there!

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