Vintage – Brunch in New Market, Maryland

Vintage restaurant in historic downtown New Market, Maryland brings new taste to a historic town. Vintage opened in late 2014 and has served tasteful delights ever since. Recently, I wanted to try their brunch, so I took my husband and mom along to eat with me!

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Vintage is housed in a building which dates back to 1793, when it opened as the Utz Hotel. More commonly referred to by locals as the old Mealey’s restaurant which conducted business in the building for many decades. Mealey’s closed their doors for the final time in July of 2013, less than a year later Vintage was working towards opening.

Unlike the more elegant fine dining affair that Mealey’s was once known for, Vintage has removed the table clothes and offers an upscale but also casual dining experience. Transforming the inside with a bright new modern feel has brought a new vibe to the historic building. Old white shutters hung with accent lighting separate the dining area so that special events can take place on the lower level. Pendulum galvanized lights hang above the tables adding to a country chic decor. Pops of color throughout the restaurant give off a fun and inviting atmosphere.



The Eats

Vintage is creating a name for themselves by serving up something each member of the family can enjoy. For Sunday brunch whether your party would like breakfast or would prefer more of a lunch option, everyone is in luck! For our brunch outing our party was split, two for breakfast and one for lunch. Not having been in for brunch before it was a tough decision to make as everything on the menu sounded good!

My husband ordered a cheeseburger with bacon. It was a large burger, and cooked exactly the way he wanted!


My mom went with the “Vintage Hashbrown”. Which had the perfect combination of breakfast favorites, (hashbrowns, bacon, ham, eggs and veggies) all smothered in a delicious cheese sauce and topped with sour cream.


I finally decided on the “Open Faced Egg BLT”, their version of eggs benedict. It was a biscuit topped with spinach, tomato, bacon, a poached eggs and hollandaise sauce. I enjoyed every last bite!


Brunch left our whole party tremendously stuffed but anticipating our next visit to try dinner! If you would like to find out more information about Vintage check out their website at: . Your taste buds will be very pleased if you decide to eat here!

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