Sergeantsville Inn: A NJ Restaurant Review

Sergeantsville Inn
Sergeantsville Inn
601 Rosemont-Ringoes Rd.
Sergeantsville, NJ
609.397.3700
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Sergeantsville Inn:  Restaurant Summary

Fare: New American

Price: Expensive

Food Quality: Well executed menu with healthy choices. Meats and poultry contain no antibiotics, wild caught seafood. Vegetarian dishes available.

Service: Friendly and attentive, without being intrusive..

Ambiance: Elegant, rustic, romantic, set in an historic 1700's stone building.

Overall Rating: 3 Stars

Note: Four star Rating System from 1/2 Star = poor to Four stars = Best in Class

Noise Level: Moderate

Dress: Upscale Casual

Recommended For: Diners who enjoy well prepared game food served with cozy, historical rustic ambiance

Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer a  modern ambiance. or casual family dining with traditional American comfort food served in huge portions.

Recommended dishes: When available, The Australian Lamb Shank, braised Australian lamb shank with couscous primavera and roasted garlic jus --- grass fed, pasture raised, non GMO, no antibiotics or hormones; The Elk Rack Chop with purple smashed potatoes, sautéed greens and tomato with a sundried cherry demi-glaze --- pasture raised, no antibiotics or hormones; and The Icelandic Cod over vegetable risotto with shallot cream ---- wild caught, sustainable

Liquor: Full bar service with a good selection of reasonably priced craft beers, wines, and specialty cocktails.



Sergeantsville Inn: Detailed Review

The Sergeantsville Inn is a rustic romantic inn offering fireside dining in an historic 1700's stone building. The inn, which once hosted George Washington , had started out as a pelt-trading center and feed store

The restaurant with seating for 150 is rustic and cozy with exposed stone walls, beams, softly lit gas lamps, white tablecloths and dark mahogany rafters

They have recently added dining rooms upstairs with an open view of the downstairs. The original downstairs dining rooms; the Library, Ice House and the Wyeth Room are still using the original fireplaces. The small bar area is attractive, warm, cozy, and lively without TV's. The Tavern bar serves cocktails as well as small plates and high end bar food.

The Sergeantsville Inn is operated by co- owners Executive Chef Joe and Lisa Clyde.  Chef Clyde serves a well executed new American menu with many wild game specialties, and a few vegetarian dishes. A terrific place to experience wild game dishes and traditional country American fare. The menu frequently has items that include one or more selections of venison, boar, buffalo, kangaroo, and kobe beef. The menu features meats that are grass fed, pasture raised, non GMO, no antibiotics or hormones, and seafood that is wild caught..

If you are there for a romantic dining experience, ask for a cozy table for two by the large stone, open wood burning fireplace.

During the warmer months, there is outdoor dining on the patio.

The Inn is on the north west corner of the intersection. There is a good sized parking lot across the street on the south west side.

The Sergeantsville Inn is open six days/week:
Tue    5:00 pm - 9:00 pm,    Wed    11:30 am - 10:00 pm,    Thu    11:30 am - 10:00 pm,    Fri    11:30 am - 11:00 pm,    Sat    11:30 am - 11:00 pm    & Sun    12:00 pm - 9:00 pm. Closed on Mondays.

They are open on Thanksgiving serving a special Thanksgiving organic Turkey dish as well as other popular menu selections.

(updated: October, 2019)




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