• Heritage Area At a Glance 

  • Ace's Run Restaurant and Pub

    Ace's Run Restaurant and Pub



    About Us

    This family owned property is a destination since 1955, one of Garrett Counties first vacation properties. The Four Seasons Dining Room closed in 2013 and was reopened 6 months later with a new look and a new bar, balcony dining, boat docks, and a new menu. Ace's Run is our new name and we serve comfort food with a twist. Our menu changes seasonally to feature the freshest food available, and we are proud to be one of the first restaurants to enlist Farm to Table with many of the items on her menu being grown or raised locally including fresh vegetables, organically grown meats, cheeses and more. As always, all desserts are made onsite and even feature fresh ice cream and milkshakes. Each week enjoy our Open Kitchen Nights featuring Wednesday night’s Pasta Mania, watch-as-we-cook your very own pasta dish just the way you create it, and the new Stir FRYday, where you can do the same but with an Asian flair.

    Our Pub and patio, with its lake views, warm fireplace, and delicious cocktails, is the perfect place to meet friends for a pre-dinner drink or to catch up on the news of the day.

    In addition to fine dining, Will O’ the Wisp has always been known for its outstanding catering, and the downstairs area features the same outstanding lake views. We are happy to meet with you to plan your next corporate or family retreat, wedding, rehearsal dinner or special event.

    Whether it’s a cocktail to end the day, a delicious dinner with friends, or your next special event, Ace’s Run is the perfect place for your next “Deep Creek Experience”.


    Chocolate Layer Cake
    The talent behind the scenes
    Our bartender, Doug
    The famous Marsh Mountain Burger
    Blackened Tuna Tacos
    Salmon Cobb Salad
    Angus Beef Sliders
    Lake View from our Patio
  • This project has been financed in part with State Funds from the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority, an instrumentality of the State of Maryland.
    However, project contents or opinions do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority.

  • Photo Credits: Tim Jacobsen, Bob Carney, Marcia Warnick, Sarah Myers, Crede Calhoun, Higher Focus Studios, Garrett Historical Society, Sarah Duck, Garrett County Chamber of Commerce