Rams Head is family owned and operated since 1989. We are proud to be a part of the community and are committed to providing you the best in Food, Fun & Beer:
1989 – Rams Head Tavern Annapolis
Formally called “The Crown and Dial” and “Sign of the Green Tree” in the late 1700’s, this historic location was purchased by the Muehlhauser family in 1989. Originally seating only 30 customers in the original pub, the Rams Head Tavern Annapolis has expanded over the course of 20 years to the bustling location that it is today.
1999 – Rams Head Tavern Savage Mill
Historic Savage Mill was started in the 1820’s as a cotton mill. In the mid 1980’s renovations began on the mill to bring in shopping and in 1999 Rams Head opened its largest restaurant location. With four floors of dining options, featuring a deck overlooking the Little Patuxent River, Rams Head Savage Mill has something for everyone.
2004 – Rams Head Roadhouse
On the border of the Annapolis and Crownsville city lines, a small tavern named “Rudy’s” was purchased and added to the Rams Head Group line-up as Rams Head Roadhouse. A favorite watering hole for Muehlhauser meetings of the minds, this community staple continues to serve up memorable sandwiches, pizza and beer in a casual atmosphere.
2006 – Rams Head Shorehouse
Venturing just over the Bay Bridge to the Eastern Shore of Maryland, the Rams Head purchased the Island Inn in October of 2006. Serving up breakfast 7 days a week as well as separate dining and bar options, the friendly service of the Rams Head Shorehouse is bound to win you over time and time again.
The Rams Head is known for fun, especially when it comes to music. In addition to our music venues, our restaurants showcase local and regional music on a regular basis.
1997 – Rams Head On Stage | Annapolis, MD
On a November in 1997, Rams Head On Stage opened its doors for the first time to national recording artist Livingston Taylor. Since that date, the club has expanded to seat over 300 guests in an intimate atmosphere. Hosting more than 400 shows per year, Rams Head On Stage is the top club under 500 seats in the world, according to Pollstar Magazine rankings.
2004 – Rams Head Live | Baltimore, MD
After year long construction, Rams Head Live opened in December 2004 within Baltimore’s high energy Power Plant Live. With a capacity of over 1600 and more than 200 shows per year, Rams Head Live consistently ranks Top 10 in the World according to Pollstar Magazine.
2007 - Pier Six Pavilion | Baltimore, MD
In early 2007, the Rams Head began booking and operation Pier Six Pavilion, located waterside in Baltimore. The outdoor facility, owned by the City of Baltimore, is surrounded by water on three sides and offers a picturesque view of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. From April to October, national acts play to the 4200 capacity audience.
2011 - Silopanna Music Festival | Annapolis, MD
In 2011, plans for the inaugural Silopanna (Annapolis spelled backwards) Music Festival were well underway. 3 days prior to the event, Hurricane Irene had other plans and the event had to be cancelled. In 2012, Silopanna Music Festival returned as the areas largest national music festival.
2012 - Rams Head Center Stage | Hanover, MD
As part of the Maryland Live Casino, Rams Head Center Stage opened in August with The Charlie Daniels Band. Located in the center of the casino, live music is be featured in the 500 capacity mixed-used facility.
The Rams Head Group has always been deeply rooted in beer. Since the first business opened in 1989, the Rams Head has featured more than 100 beers from around the world at each restaurant location.
1995 - Fordham Brewing Company | Annapolis, MD
In 1703, a man named Benjamin Fordham began the first industry of the new provincial capital, soon to be re-dubbed Annapolis. Nearly 300 years, Fordham Brewing Company was re-established at the Rams Head Tavern in Annapolis. Over the years, the brand continued to grow and today brewing and bottling facilities are located in Dover, Delaware where the Fordham brand works hand-in-hand with Old Dominion Brewery.