Seatings for the Three-Course Prix-Fixe dinner in our dining rooms are from 2:30 p.m.
to 7:30 p.m. and will include chef selections from Chef Miller's Spring Menu,
including Nova Scotia Halibut, Maine Lobster, Filet Mignon and more. $79.00 for adults $35.00 for children 12 & Under
Sunday, May 13, 2018
Seatings for the Three-Course Prix-Fixe dinner in our dining rooms are from 12 p.m.
to 6:30 p.m. and will include chef selections from Chef Miller's Spring Menu,
including Mustard-Glazed Ham, Maine Lobster, Filet Mignon and more. $79.00 for adults $35.00 for children 12 & Under
Sunday, April 1, 2018
See availability for bonus point tables
Sun 5:30PM - 9:00PM
Mon 12:00PM - 1:00PM 1:15PM - 2:30PM 5:30PM - 9:00PM
Tue - Fri 12:00PM - 1:00PM 1:15PM - 2:30PM
The Bernards Inn never disappoints. The food, service and ambiance are first rate. We went for our anniversary but would recommend it for any occasion or just dinner. I would also recommend the bar.
Great. Love this place
Love this restaurant but tonight very disappointed. $40 for lobster thermidore. Was skimpy and awful. Take off menu.
Another outstanding combination of food, wine, and service here at the inn; every dining experience is always a pleasure.
Excellent food and wonderful selection of wine tastings or you can ask Terri Baldwin, super Sommelier, to make a special tasting for you. The cocktails were excellent and creative with special ingredients made in house by the bartender.
Love this restaurant - consistently provides excellent food, service and wonderful atmosphere. Highly recommend this restaurant. Favorite place to go to enjoy a romantic dinner with my husband.
We had a breakfast as well as lunch. A person serving us was nice. We had very satisfying meals especially breakfast.
Wife and I had a pre-Valentine's lunch and my usual Open Table special request was once again fulfilled. The menu is changed seasonally and is creative. The bar area and table areas evoke beautiful wood decor and class. Lunch menu is limited but every offering appears to be carefully thought-out while the explanation of each leads you into thoughts of interesting tastes. We ordered the grilled sirloin burger and fish & chips - both outstanding for lunch. The burger meat was tasty with caramelized onions, applewood smoked bacon and Vermont white cheddar cheese while the fish was cod and lightly beer battered with old bay spiced fries. Table service was professional and helpful but not pushy. This restaurant is worth travelling to for a romantic special occasion dinner or just hang out at the bar for drinks and casual food offerings. This is one of our favorite go-to places.
As a party of 4, we dined on Sunday evening. Before we began, a small serving of complimentary mushroom soup was brought to the table. I could have eaten a pot of it! I started with Caesar salad (which was split--in the kitchen--with my husband), followed by the L.I. duck breast in corn emulsion, and had the chocolate mousse for dessert. My meal was excellent! I have never had such succulent and delicious duck breast. I cannot wait to have this entree again. Two others at the table had the scallops and felt they were cooked to perfection. A server brought assorted fresh, homebaked breads for us to select. The mousse was made with fine quality chocolate and was superb! After dessert, a complimentary assortment of chocolates and sweets was brought to the table. Our server was professional and attentive without being over-bearing. This was my birthday and I must say we could not have selected a better restaurant. In many ways, not mentioned, the wait staff and chef made my birthday memorable. The architecture and ambiance of this historic building also contributed to a very special evening. For years, we have enjoyed The Bernards Inn and it is not resting on its laurels, but has only gotten better! Thank you to the staff and chef of the Bernards Inn for making my special day so very memorable!
The food was good and the service was exceptional. Our Waitress was so friendly and accommodating.
Delicious brunch. Beautiful ambiance. Very elegant. Attentive and top notch service!!
The Bernard’s Inn exceeds our expectations every time. I highly suggest trying the 6 course chefs menu.
Still a special occasion to dine at Bernard's Inn but service seems to have slipped a bit from the very high bar set years ago. The salt roasted beets were tasty but the horseradish crème fraiche was barely present. Oysters were pricey and, although tasty and clean, were a little banged up. Both the filet ands the venison were prepared well and were very flavorful. As always the gem was the wine list, including an expanded selection at lower price points. Seeing the Lewis Alec's Blend on the list was a real treat and at a good price point too. Cockburn 20-year tawny paired well with a yummy crème brulee.
Everything was wonderful. We sat in the bar area and it was a little loud. However there was no one in the lower dining room that wasn’t as beautiful. But we had an overall lovely time.
This was our first time having brunch at the Bernard's Inn. I had the lobster roll and my hubby had the brisket burger - both were delicious. Pricey but worth it. Definitely a great date night or special occasion place. Service is impeccable.
All were very attentive
Food presented nicely and very good
Food was excellent and the service could not have been better. Piano bar is really great for a nightcap
A great restaurant with outstanding food and service in a historic inn that has great ambiance. I had a venison steak that was tender and cooked to perfection with a very tasty sauce. The deserts are also delicious - I had toffee cake. We were celebrating a special occasion and it was the perfect venue for that.
Loved the experience....
I was really looking forward to going there to celebrate my celebrate my 75th birthday. Went with my son, daughter son-in-law and significant other. When we were arrived and were seated we were offered bread. We then proceeded to order drinks and food. That was the last time we saw anything in terms of bread. Service up to this point was good but nothing special. I won’t comment on the food ordered by my children or son-in-law. My significant other and I ordered two of each of the oysters on the menu. When they arrived we asked which were which and were told thy types by size but not by what was on the plate. We asked for fresh horseradish and were served overly vinegared prepared horseradish. We had to ask twice to get fresh ground pepper for one of the appetizers. I ordered pair special lobster pot pie which was actually a deconstructed pot pie. The lobster tail was way overcooked and tough, the potatoes were undercooked and hard. Under ordinary circumstances I would have sent the dish back. My significant ordered the pasta special which was mediocre at best. The ice cream dessert was very good and it was nice to receive a card and foxes chocolates from the staff. Overall I was very unhappy and shelf at the restaurant did not live up to its reputation.
Food is good but the portion was very small. Expensive. You can get a better value anywhere else in the area.
We started at the bar while waiting for the restaurant to open. Each got a drink. My wife asked for a drink that wasn’t on the menu and the bar tender created something to accommodate and it was delicious. We were seated for dinner right next to the bar, which we didn’t really care for but it is what it is. She tried the butternut squash soup and I tried the salt roasted beets for starters. She enjoyed her soup and the roasted beet appetizer was also good. For the main course I tried the mushroom cavatelli and she had the quinoa and kale salad. Again both were good. For desert we tried 3 of the deserts. The apple pie creme brûlée, the bread pudding and the chocolate mouse. The bread pudding was more cake like and dry but still had a good flavor. Over all it was a good experience however I felt for the money, it was over priced.
The Bernards Inn is a lovely spot for a celebratory dinner. We enjoyed drinks at the bar and dinner in the lovely dining room. Its a classy place with good food and atmosphere in Bernardville NJ.
We returned to Bernard's Inn for our anniversary, having been there several times before. It was just OK this time. We were surprised to see three empty tables at 7:00 on the Friday before Christmas. The food (steak for me and lobster for my wife) was satisfactory, not great. Wine didn't appear until we were halfway through our main course. We'll try another place next anniversary.
Bernards Inn is spectacular. Cudos to Sherri our sever and Terry our sommelier.
We dine at Bernard’s Inn often at least once a month or so and it never disappoints , the service is impeccable and the food top notch , no matter what one orders , they change their menu constantly which is wonderful ! My husband had the calves liver and I the bolognese both were excellent ! The roasted beet for appetizers was fabulous too !
Great food and service good for a relaxing lunch
Good for any occasion
Great food, an extensive wine list and a table by the fireplace made for a lovely evening with friends at Bernards Inn that flew by too quickly!
I moved to this area a long, long time ago when the Bernard's Inn was called the Ride and Hunt Club where I enjoyed the lobsters with gusto. I have always had it down as my FAVORITE eating place in this part of the world and I still consider it the BEST!!! I celebrate Christmas early in that I try to eat dinner at the Inn on the 14th of December which is a memorable date for me.
Bernard's Inn continues to deliver a consistently excellent dining experience. We were greeted and seated promptly, and our waiter was attentive without hovering. Wait staff synchronized delivery of entrees (nice touch).
There is a classic old world look and feel to the Inn, but the food is creative, upscale and enticing. I had a petite file that was cooked perfectly, and plated beautifully. I shared a shrimp cocktail with my sister that was outstanding. The wine selections by the glass leaned to higher-end offerings, but I had a moderately priced Merlot that paired nicely with the filet. I finished my meal with a pumpkin cheesecake, also expertly prepared and creatively plated.
Outstanding overall experience, except parking in holiday rush hour! Arrive a little early, be ready to search for a spot and walk a block or two.
We have been to The Bernards Inn several times over the years. The food is good. This time the service was lacking. Our female server had a pout on her face the whole time and wasn't pleasant at all. No greeting of any kind when she first came to the table, not even a "hello"---just "can I take a drink order?" I felt like I was in Applebee's. The rest of the night I felt like we were bothering her. We were offered bread before our appetizers came and as always, it was delicious. However, I feel like during dinner we should be offered another piece and not have to ask for it. It's a small thing, but annoying in an upscale restaurant.
Lovely ambience in a historic inn. Very good food and extensive wine list.
Great food, excellent service! It was our anniversary - the server proactively sent us over a special treat and card recognizing our anniversary! Nice touch!
One of our favorite places to dine. David is very accommodating along with his entire staff. Food and presentations are excellent
Hadn’t been to the Inn in a long time and now intend to return more often. Everything was excellent. The somallier helped us pick out a fantastic wine and everyone enjoyed their food.
We decided spur of the moment to go to the Bernards Inn and sit in the bar area. Since Opentable reservations don't allow you to specify the main dining room vs. the library and the times for reservations were wide open, we headed over. It was a lively crowd and we ask the person at the reservations desk about a table. They said there were none even though we saw most of the tables were empty. Grabbed a small bar table and two stools near the piano and ordered a drink and made a reservation on Opentable for 30 minutes from the time we arrived.
Guess what? They seated us in one of the three empty tables and the others remained empty for the rest of the evening. I don't understand what this is all about. We have been going to this place for more than 20 years and never once has this happened before. Really is off putting and there is no excuse for it in my view. On the bright side, the holiday decorations are beautiful, the pianist was terrific, and our servers Wendy and Christine were great. Had a delicious lobster bisque and a mediocre burger with fries that were no better than okay.
Went for a quick overnight romantic getaway. We were staying at the Inn and saw the great reviews for the dining....we were not disappointed!
An outstanding meal for Black Friday; I've dined here several times at this time of year and it's usually the first place I see with the Christmas decorations going up. It's all tastefully done, but so is everything else about the inn.
Must say tonight was a bit of a disappointment. This is usually our go-to place for consistently good food. Tonight was not the case. Both my husband and I had the fois gras. The fios gras itself was very good, however the twist of it to come off more like a dessert wasn’t so pleasant. It was served with a type of sweet bread pudding and some caramelized apples and dusted with confectioners sugar. Wasn’t my favorite. My husband had the steak and I had the lobster entree. Both lacked flavor and basically no seasoning. Disappointing. I had no dessert. My husband had the apple pie Creme brûlée. One very thin layer of torched sugar glaze which was extremely disappointing. The Creme brûlée itself had no flavor.. not even vanilla tasting. It was as served over a cookie with some small apple balls that seemed to have been poached in apple cider. Over all it was just ok. Will go back but not for a while. Will let the new chef get it together first,