Fare: New American
Price: Very Expensive
Note: Four star Rating System from
"1/2 Star" = poor to Four Stars = Best in Class
Food Quality: 3 Stars
Service: 3 Stars
Decor: 3 1/2 Stars
Overall Rating: 3 Stars
Value: Very Good
Noise Level: High during peak times
Dress: Upscale Casual
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy excellent food in an elegant, attractive setting
Not Recommended For: Budget conscious diners who prefer lower prices and less elegance.
Recommended dishes: When available, The Lobster Buffet; The Chef's Signature Menu; and the 36 Day Dry Aged Sirloin.
Liquor: Extensive wine list, specialty cocktails.
The Manor Restaurant is a landmark for dining --- a destination restaurant set in an elegant country house with acres of magnificent gardens.
A great place to celebrate a special occasion.
They serve up well prepared American cuisine with pizazz. The decor while ornate, is bound to add to an unforgettable dining experience.
The dark wood-paneled walls and very large crystal chandeliers provide an atmosphere of elegance.
The wine list and service are exceptional. Desserts are well prepared and sumptuous.
Not in a hurry to rush home? After dinner take a walk through their beautiful gardens or wander back for an after dinner cocktail with some romantic dancing.
Sunday's are considered Family Days where they feature an exceptional family brunch buffet and later in the afternoon a family dinner buffet. Buffet dining is in an attractive setting with hand carved ice sculptures, floral arrangements, and antique fixtures
Their signature Lobster Buffet is offered Wednesday. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings.
They are open for holiday dinners throughout the year including both brunch and four-course, a la carte dining experiences for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Mother's Day, Easter and New Year's Eve.
(updated: September, 2016)
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