Of the joys in life, savoring freshly cooked meals and engaging in pleasant conversation with family and friends top the list. Built in 1903 and originally known as the Camp Schley Inn, The Braddock Inn has a patchwork history of myriad incarnations. Despite the changes wrought by time, one constant remains; The Braddock Inn has always been known for hospitality. So gather your loved ones, head on over, and let us take care of you.
Owner and operator Carlo Dan has spent the last 20 years gaining the knowledge and honing the skill set necessary to make his dream of owning a restaurant a reality. He has worked for a handful of restaurateurs, in multiple positions, from bus boy to General Manager and is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of the Culinary Arts program at the Art Institute of Washington. He is infatuated by food and beverage, and driven to host. Carlo and his wife Heather, have created an eclectic, seasonal, smoke driven menu that draws primarily from Sam’s southern heritage and Carlo’s Cuban roots. So come on in and see what we’re smoking at the Inn tonight.
The Braddock Inn Brings Back Old Favorite With a New Twists By April Bartel | Posted on 04.19.16 Humans, like trees, need roots. By connecting to our history we find grounding, strength and nourishment for our souls, and sometimes for our bellies. Carlo and Heather Dan, new owners of The Braddock Inn in Braddock Heights, […]