The Jamesport Manor Inn
370 Manor Lane
Riverhead, NY 11901Neighborhood:
AmericanPrice: $31 to $50
The Jamesport Manor Inn
- Dining Style: Casual Elegant
- Website: http://jamesportmanorinn.com/
- Phone: (631) 722-0500
- Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Wednesday Thursday - Sunday: 12:00pm - 3:30pm; Dinner: Wednesday Thursday - Sunday : 4:30pm - 9:00pm,
- Payment Options: AMEX,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: American, Contemporary American
- Executive Chef: Michael Mandleur
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
- Catering: The off premises catering services allow you and your guests to enjoy the natural beauty of the North Fork. We can assist you in finding the perfect vineyard or waterfront setting for your reception.
We offer buffet or French style service. We can also customize an event to just what you had in mind.
- Private Party Facilities: The Jamesport Manor Inn has three private dining rooms. Each room has been designed with the intent to offer our guests a choice of venues to make their event truly personal.
- Private Party Contact: Matt Kar 6317220500x
- Special Events: Welcome to Private Dining at the Jamesport Manor Inn. We are delighted that you are considering our restaurant to be the venue for your special personal celebration or business function.
The Jamesport Manor Inn has three private dining rooms.
A word from The Jamesport Manor Inn
The Jamesport Manor Inn prepares New American Cuisine. Expertly prepared, each dish is infused with excitement, sophistication and pure artistry.Continued
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Awards voted by OpenTable diners
- Diners' Choice WinnerRomantic
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The Jamesport Manor Inn reviews from OpenTable diners
78 reviews since August 1, 2014
- Ambiance4.4Noise LevelModerate
special occasion (41)romantic (38)fit for foodies (33)neighborhood gem (31)good for groups (19)scenic view (16)great for brunch (15)great for lunch (14)notable wine list (14)great for outdoor dining (13)hot spot (3)late-night find (2)kid-friendly (1)vibrant bar scene (1)Show More
- The atmosphere was only enhancedOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 12/12/2009The atmosphere was only enhanced by the wonderful meal. The food was superb. We missed the Duck Struedel which has been removed from the menu but the Froie Gras appetizer was truly amazing. Leave room for the "milk and cookies" dessert!Special Features:
- Have dined here a number ofPeltzyDined on 12/5/2009Have dined here a number of times before. Food and service are always quite good. The wine list pricing is 'top heavy', and really should have a few more selections in the $40-$50 range.
- Been there a number of times.protocoljgVIPDined on 12/5/2009Been there a number of times. Never disappointed. Not cheap, and worth it!Special Features:
- Best wine service I've receivedOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 12/5/2009Best wine service I've received at a restaurant. The wine director is outstanding.Special Features:
- The atmosphere was very pleasantOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 11/26/2009The atmosphere was very pleasant and the staff were quite helpful.Special Features:
- Wonderful restaurant that'sOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 11/26/2009Wonderful restaurant that's all about the North Shore of L.I. We just did Thanksgiving and everything was special and memorable from the hostess's warm greetings, to the pleasant demeanor and knowledge of the serve staff, to the picture window Fall-season view, to each course (I went off holiday tradition with a wonderful, delicate sea bass and a light, fluffy yet creamy lemon souffle for dessert), to the local wines, ending with a north shore ice wine for dessert #2. My suggestion to folks who think of "the Island" as a trip to the Hamptons, think Rt 58 or 25 and a stop at this gem.Special Features:
- A hit with my wife & I. OurOpenTable Diner Since 2005VIPDined on 11/18/2009A hit with my wife & I. Our 4th visit this year, although menu will change with season, kitchen continues to turn out first rate dishes. Favorite spot on North Fork. First restaurant we dine at when in the Hamptons.Special Features:
- My husband and I went to theOpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 11/14/2009My husband and I went to the Jamesport Manor Inn for our Anniversary. The atmosphere was great for a romantic night out, but there were also many tables full of couples dining out together and groups of friends. The food was really great- the crawfish mac and cheese was outstanding. Service was also great. All in all I highly recommend it.Special Features:
- This was our third and finalOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 11/14/2009This was our third and final visit (very disappointing)! We arrived on time for our reservation and were waiting for 20 minutes when a trio (who arrived 10 minutes later) were seated before us. When I asked the maitre d' why we were not seated first he responded that this was a table for 4 and if they weren't seated there, they would have to wait an hour before another table was available. He said our table would be available in a few minutes. We were quickly ushered upstairs to a private dining (party) room where 2 other tables were occupied. The room was lovely but if we wanted this kind of ambiance, we would have eaten at home. The food was good but not great. The service was good. The maitre d' was less than gracious. Not worth $!
- Can honestly say this wonderfulOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 11/13/2009Can honestly say this wonderful restaurant had the best food I have had to date on the north fork of Long Island. The Veal Chop was cooked perfectly, as was the food for the entire table. My only minor suggestion is that the bar needs to be more exact when mixing drinks to achieve authentic and consistent results. Now that I have discovered this fine dining establishment I will not be dining on the south fork again anytime in the near future.Special Features:
- Maybe because this was restaurantLadibugVIPDined on 11/8/2009Maybe because this was restaurant week, this place was a big disappointment. If the purpose of restaurant week is to have your try a new place that you would normally do not go to to get you to come back the effort at the Jamesport Manor did not succeed. The entrees were only average and the Apple Crisp dessert was horrible. Doubt I will go there again
- Superb food and service. IOpenTable Diner Since 2002Dined on 11/8/2009Superb food and service. I look forward to returning.Special Features:
- Charming restaurant in a beautifullstanleybrowntVIPDined on 11/7/2009Charming restaurant in a beautifully reconstructed old inn. Good, often creative food. Among us, we sampled most of the options on the Restaurant Week prix fixe menu, and nearly all were superb. Service generally good.
- Overall excellent dining experienceOpenTable Diner Since 2002VIPDined on 11/7/2009Overall excellent dining experience. Went there for our wedding anniversary; we had requested a quiet table - which we were shown to immediately (corner window table) despite being early for our reservation. Service was smooth & efficient without being overbearing. Food was delicious and menu choices were imaginative & pricey - but very good. Wine selection was high-end, though - would have preferred some bottles priced under $40. Very good house wines by the glass, however. Would highly recommend this restaurant for a delightful evening out.Special Features:
- My date and I had a very niceOpenTable Diner Since 2007Dined on 11/7/2009My date and I had a very nice experience at this restaurant. The setting is a beautiful inn with lovely wood work everywhere. It's a cozy place for winter dining, too. The food was all very well prepared with attention to local ingredients. Delicious local oysters, scallops, striped bass, vegetables. The service was friendly and attentive. My only bad mark was in the dessert. It was a chocolate torte with a molten center. The outer cake portion was very firm and very dry(almost stale tasting). Lots of liquid needed to swallow it. Coffee was just average. A nice French roast would have hit the spot.Special Features:
- We went during LI RestaurantOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 11/5/2009We went during LI Restaurant Week & were looking forward to a good experience, as we had heard many good things, but were disappointed in the food - beef bourgignon was too smoky & "mushy," chocolate torte was extremely dry. Best thing was the salad. Service was also lacking, as we felt we were rushed through dinner & never offered any bread after the initial roll & never asked if we wanted coffee - dessert was simply brought to the table. We are 4 who will not be returning.
- Confusing menu and less thanOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 11/4/2009Confusing menu and less than stellar food.A much anticipated dining experience that was very disappointing.The menu listed a duck entree as both restaurant week and regular which we didn't realize and the waitress never asked us which we wanted so we received a surcharge when the bill arrived.Will never return.
- Selected the Jamesport ManorOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 11/2/2009Selected the Jamesport Manor Inn based upon web info., feedback from customers, etc. We were just in wine country - NorthFork for 2 nights. Chose the Inn because of on-line menu and web photos. Although we had a later reservation (It was during Restaurant Week) we called and they were kind enough to find a spot for us. Everyone was outstanding, and with just the right amount of teamwork 9 drinks, orders, plate presentation & removals..... All the food was timely and perfectly done... from veal chop to salmon..... Would recommend it to others - but reserve a time as walk in may be difficult, esp. on weekends.Special Features:
- Jamesport Manor Inn was aOpenTable Diner Since 2008Dined on 11/1/2009Jamesport Manor Inn was a charming restaurant and the food was sophisticated and delicious. The only complaint I had was that the restaurant week choices were very limited - at least if you wanted to stick to the $24.95 price that was featured. Yes, there were many additional choices on that menu, but they all were extra charges. If I wanted to pay more, I would have requested the regular menu!Special Features:
- Appetizers and dinner wereOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 11/1/2009Appetizers and dinner were excellent. We were a group of four and I had a small taste of everyones main course and they were all excellent. Well balanced and interesting. The desserts were not even close to the level of the first courses. The apple crisp had a sandy oatmeal topping that was difficult to eat. The chocolate torte was overcooked on the outside ring; hard and chewy with a boxed cake taste and the fruit torte (peach? pear?) tasted overwhelmingly of citrus zest. I know this was restaurant week but the dessert will almost keep me from coming back. I would have preferred something small but delicious. I have to reiterate that the first two courses were outstanding. The restaurant is beautiful and the service was excellent.Special Features:
- The service was on the slowOpenTable Diner Since 2005Dined on 11/1/2009The service was on the slow side, but still the food was innovative, well-prepared and hot.Special Features:
- Jamesport Manor Inn is charmingLimoguyDined on 10/25/2009Jamesport Manor Inn is charming very romantic. We celebrated our wedding anniversary and were surprised with complementary chanpagne for the occasion. The dinners were treats both to the eye and palate. The hangar steak was done to perfection and the veal chop was absolutely delicious. Adequate portions and an elegant setting made the experience quite memorable. The only negative was the pricing on the wine list, especially for the local Long Island wines. We would most definitely return.Special Features:
- We had a very enjoyable timeOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 10/25/2009We had a very enjoyable time and the server was helpful and friendly. I was a bit disappointed in the ambiance -- I was expecting a more elegant room. The appetizer (crawfish mac & cheese) was delicious & I would definitely order it again. However, my scallops were nothing special. We shared an apple crisp for dessert & again it was good but not "to die for".Special Features:
- just wonderful!! food great.OpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 10/17/2009just wonderful!! food great. atmosphere and ambiance great. what a gem! looks like a fabulous place for a private party. every window has an amazing view. the decor was fantastic. great food, great desserts. creative menu.Special Features:
- I expected better. While theOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 10/10/2009I expected better. While the food was nice I think they tried to do too many different things with food.Special Features:
- Overall the dining experienceJamesVIPDined on 10/8/2009Overall the dining experience was very good to excellent. I found no flaws with the food, and some aspects of what we had were extraordinary. The wine suggested by the staff was exceptional; we were looking for a local wine, and I can honestly say the white offered was one of the more flavorful ones we've had in some time. The service was very good, and the staff was very attentive. The interior, while newish and somewhat spare, had many period details and was very appealing.Special Features:
- I was slightly disappointed.OpenTable Diner Since 2007Dined on 10/3/2009I was slightly disappointed. The room was very pretty. The wine list was interesting but pricey. There were very few low cost options. The menu was extremely pretentious. I pride myself on my knowledge of food and there were at least 10 things on the menu that I'd never heard of. I don't have a problem with new things, but the actual quality of the food didn't live up to the menu. It was good, not great. I think the chef would be better served if he concentrated on making the dishes taste good and worried less about wowing us with his knowledge of obscure ingredients.Special Features:
- food presentation top notch weOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 9/24/2009food presentation top notch we felt like a special guests upstairs gallery a must visit everything spotless warm atmosphereSpecial Features:
- For the money I spent (andOpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 9/19/2009For the money I spent (and I am used to spending 150 - 200 for a good meal form my wife and I) I was disapointed. The food was for the most part was so so. My main course (duck breast) was lacking a cripsy skin. The sides were lacking in flavor. My wife had three sea scalops for $30.00 and again everything on the plate was lacking in flavor. The presentation was wonderful, but the chef needs to realize that taste is the main factor. The wine list featured Long island wines and was over priced for the quality of the wines produced. I had a glass of cabernet Franc and it as 12.00 and the quality was not there. I have had many Cab Fancs in the past and this was one of the worst. The abiance was wonderful as was the service.
- The food was delicious, presentatioOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 9/18/2009The food was delicious, presentation was stylish, and staff were friendly but proffesional. The duck strudel was amazing! A bit pricey, but absolutely worth it - we love coming here!Special Features:
- The Jamesport Manor Inn isOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 9/9/2009The Jamesport Manor Inn is truly a hidden jewel! The restaurant is gorgeous, the service friendly and professional, and the food was absolutely fantastic! We will definitely be back!Special Features:
- Great restaurant in a beautifullyOpenTable Diner Since 2007VIPDined on 9/7/2009Great restaurant in a beautifully restored building. Everything was immaculate. Food was excellent, everything from the appetizers to dessert was top-notch. Service could've been a bit more hands on. Overall a great experience.Special Features:
- ambiance was great; the prixOpenTable Diner Since 2005VIPDined on 9/6/2009ambiance was great; the prix fixe brunch was marvelous - had oysters on the half shell and the lobster/goat cheese/arugala frittata. All were absolutely delicious!! the oysters were fresh and the dipping sauces were marvelous - especially the cocktail sauce with the spice in it. the frittata was just perfect. for dessert we had the gelato trio with venezuelan chocolate, tahitian vanilla, and strawberry. the little choco bits in the chocolate was fantastic and the strawberry had fresh strawberries mixed in! can't wait to go back.Special Features:
- Great food with superb presentationOpenTable Diner Since 2007Dined on 9/3/2009Great food with superb presentation. Friendly and professional staff. A real find - worth the short drive to the North Fork. They have several separate dining rooms so find the one that suits your particular preference.Special Features:
- Mat Karr and team have builtOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 9/2/2009Mat Karr and team have built a gem with incredible ambiance and outstanding food and service. This is certainly a special occasion fine dining establishment worthy of a special trip.Special Features:
- Food was very good but serviceOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 8/28/2009Food was very good but service was spotty. Started off great but wilted at the end.
- food was interesting--diddinner234Dined on 8/26/2009food was interesting--did not like the room temperature, although very tasty soup. Pleasant setting and great service.Special Features:
- Loved our dinner, the foodOpenTable Diner Since 2007VIPDined on 8/15/2009Loved our dinner, the food was truly outstanding. There was a lot of noise transmitted down to where we were sitting in the dining room, from the party room upstairs, kids yelling and stomping. Otherwsie, it was a perfect dinner.Special Features:
- Great food. Diverse menu withOpenTable Diner Since 2007VIPDined on 8/15/2009Great food. Diverse menu with excellent seafood. Try and get a table near the fron windows for a nice sunset view.Special Features:
- Wonderful experience. TheOpenTable Diner Since 2007Dined on 8/7/2009Wonderful experience. The waitress was very accomodating-always stood in a requested location for a guest with a hearing problem. Although she was busy, she snapped a photo of us. Presentation of the food was an artwork. All 4 meals were delicious. The small selection of local white wines by the glass(1) was a disappointment. Strolling the art gallery was a lovely way to end our eveningSpecial Features: