Food was excellent. Service was great.
We had 3 fillets.... all were tough. One inedible. I truly doubt they were even fillets. Very odd shape. One osobucco just ok. One vegetable lasagna dry. ( person at next table sent the lasagna back!). Bronsino Fish disappointing. I had the avacado and crab salad and the Brussel sprouts. They were both fabulous. 3 onion soups also disappointing. It was very strange because previous visits were always so good. I don’t know if there was a chef change but we will not be returning. The hostess and our waitress were delightful and super accommodating. Sorry for them. The other problem is the lack of handicap accessibility. Entering was definitely a challenge for my 87 year old Mom. I find this odd because I feel like the older population would appreciate the setting so much. I’m sorry not to have a better review.
Wonderful experience. Haven’t been there in 4-5 years. New owners have done a great job improving the food quality. Live music on Saturday nights. Excellent female voice and guitar player that is pleasant and perfect level for listening while dining.
The food and service were excellent!! Sitting by the fire was very cozy. Music was a little strange.
THe room we were in was near the door and it was drafty. Nice setting though. The birthday gig made it less than a special occasion for us.
Everything was fine (service, salad, appetizer, dessert) except for the main attraction -- the roast beef. It was not "prime" -- told the waitress that what was left of it could be stitched into moccasins... Perhaps not the chef's fault -- could have been the meat supplier's. Nonetheless, not happy to pay $75/person for that Christmas meal.
The couple at the next table sent their roast beef back as inedible...
I was very disappointed with Bridgetown Mill Inn. We went there for Christmas Eve. They only had set menu for $75/person (lamb shanks, etc). The food was terrible and there was no flexibility for persons wanting vegetarian or lighter fare (I asked if they had chicken, and they said I could have chicken nuggets but it would still be $75.00). No drinks (even tea ) were included so for the four of us, we spent about $400.00 and had to drink water. I will never, ever go there again
My husband and I decided to go out to dinner at the last minute. Found it on Open Table. It’s a cozy, beautiful inn. There was an office party in another room that was loud but out of their control. Nancy was our server and was very friendly and helpful. We enjoyed the avacado crab salad she recommended. My steak and m husband’s lamb were cooked perfectly.
Dining the evening after Thanksgiving at Bridgetown, in that lovely cozy main dining room with old and close Friends, was delightful. Although a busy night there, our meal was unhurried, attended to by knowledgeable friendly wait staff. Every dish beautifully presented. French onion soup-perfect. Baked oysters excellent although too heavy on the overlying cheese. My fish done perfectly, attractive presentation but placed on cold mashed potatoes. Guests raved about the filet & the lamb shank. Lamb lollipops, a bit too spicy. Small but good wine list, reasonable offerings. Stags Leap cab always safe, was an excellent choice, most expensive at $130 (a fair price & delicious). We really like Bridgetown Mill
We had a very unpleasant experience. The chef really doesn’t know what he is doing: food wasn’t seasoned properly, appetizers were poorly prepared, meat was tough and over cooked. Overall, just save your money and go elsewhere.