Sulphur Spring Inn Closes

Last call for Arbutus landmark.

Sulphur Spring Inn, the Arbutus landmark watering hole on the 1400-block of Sulphur Spring Road, closed its doors last weekend.

The future of the business location is undetermined, sources tell Arbutus Patch.

While there are other bars in the Arbutus area, the Sulphur Spring Inn held a special place for many residents as a convenient and friendly establishment in the center of town.

"About 75 percent of the clientele lived within walking distance," said Inn regular and occasional employee Craig Rollins.

Since 2007, the bar has been owned by Kathy and John Miller. The location has been known as the Sulphur Spring Inn for at least 30 years. According to locals, it was Lissau's Restaurant until the 1970s.

Rollins posted a thank you to the Millers at a site he owns, mixwood.com. "They're local people, decent people, and good friends," he said.

david pope August 05, 2011 at 04:12 AM
Very sad....i grew up there and at the inn. when peggy owned the bar. I now live in new mexico but still have family in arbutus....what is going on there...?????
Karin Etchison-Guardia August 05, 2011 at 02:41 PM
I grew up in Arbutus and remember when the bar was called, "Seager's". My dad used to take me in there and sit me up on the bar. He would give me nickels to feed into a bubblegum machine that dispensed red pitachios. My mom did not like him taking me to the bar with him and would fuss at him when she saw my little hands stained red from the dye. I loved my childhood in Arbutus!
tjmmd@aol.com October 03, 2011 at 01:35 AM
Very sad to hear! I originally went there while doing my laundry next door. Very soon I was there most nights and every Sunday bfor Ravens games. I wish John and Kathie all the best!
Dominick Greco October 25, 2011 at 05:27 PM
really want to know if this is for sale!
jeff glenn February 18, 2012 at 01:17 PM
im just looking for a job if the owner can call me at 4434882540 please call and tell me the best time to stop by


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