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History and Haunting in Frederick County

Will the Spirits speak?  Join us at Frederick County’s most haunted property  Saturday May 8 8:00 to 10:00 pm as we attempt to contact the ghostly residents of Riggs Cottage Sanitarium.

$25 per person, cash only please              Reservations Required 
For more information or to reserve your space please email SpiritsAmongUs@live.com 

21 and over please  For entertainment purposes only

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ARE you READY to SPEND some TIME with THE spirits @ GABRIEL’S INN?

Join us Saturday May 8.  10:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.     $25 per person

Reservations Required.  Please email SpiritsAmongUs@live.com to reserve your space.  This may be the last opportunity to see what the spirits have to offer.  Don’t Miss It!!

Entertainment purposes only.


The last entree has been served! 

Thank you to all who have dined with us, celebrated special occasions, or had their weddings with us.  You are all part of the many memories of Gabriel’s Inn that our family will cherish.  Au revoir!

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Fine Dining

Welcome to Gabriel’s Inn, where you can experience a little piece of France right here in Historic Ijamsville. Gabriel’s Inn specializes in traditional French Provincial cooking-emphasizing only the freshest ingredients that are cooked to order. When choosing an entrée at Gabriel’s you have the option to have it prepared either French Style or American Style.

The French Style is a full course presentation including: hors d’oeuvres, soup, entrée, vegetable du jour, salad, cheese tray and dessert. American Style is a traditional United States presentation including: salad, entrée and vegetable du jour.


Gabriel’s Inn Honored with Chapter in Ghosthunting Maryland

Truly one of the most haunted sites in the state, we are happy to announce our chapter in Ghosthunting Maryland.  The book is available for purchase on Amazon.com or visit the America’s Haunted Roadtrip site (www.americashauntedroadtrip.com) or the publisher www.clerisypress.com.