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The Fillmore Silver Spring brings a dynamic, first-class music, entertainment, and community use venue to downtown Silver Spring. For more than 40 years, the legendary Fillmore name has stood as the link between some of the most influential artists in music and their fans. With a capacity of 2,000, the newest Fillmore will offer an array of diverse live music programming.


The Blair Mansion Restaurant is currently in the third century of welcoming people through its doors. It has been a location of fine dining and warm hospitality since it was constructed in 1889. On Friday and Saturday evenings, enjoy a full buffet and murder mystery show that is perfect for families and groups.


The Silver Spring Heritage Trail is Montgomery County’s first trail dedicated to the exploration of a community’s local history. The first six of twenty planned signs are located on a four block stretch of historic “Main Street” Georgia Avenue in downtown Silver Spring.


McGinty’s Public House is an Irish restaurant and pub that also serves up live music nearly every night. A Public House is a gathering location for the whole community. In keeping with this tradition, McGinty’s Public House is committed to providing a full range of services: A tranquil dining experience in the secluded dining room; An elegant snug bar with a patio on Ellsworth Drive which is the social hub and the heart of the pub; and, an expansive Upper Bar area which is the place to listen to the best entertainment around.


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