This is, without a doubt, one of my very favorite restaurants in New Jersey. Done right, so comfortable, good food and with no pretensions. A classic.
AAA Inspector Notes
In the rolling Jersey hills of horse country, this amazing little treasure is among the Garden State's most attractive restaurants. Its reconstructed, Federal-style décor brings a touch of country charm to the table, and the 15-story, 15,000-bottle wine tower is bound to impress even the most jaded oenophile. Sophisticated and seasonal fare, such as Wester Ross Scottish salmon paired with butter beans, Manila clams, calamari and crushed fennel is skillfully executed with style and finesse. The inn also has a very inviting and comfortable tavern which offers some outdoor patio seating in season—perfect for a light snack and a glass of wine. The seasonal menus feature many local ingredients, sourced from the bounty of New Jersey farms.