We went to Hanover Tavern for their brunch. The selections were quite adequate and the entree's we selected were well proportioned and tasted excellent. Our server was very friendly and helpful, especially in helping us in making our selections. The tavern is also a historic location with exhibits and an audio tour if you so desire. Truly a nice place to visit.
We stopped here with my parents on the way home from Baltimore. It was a little out of the way, but worth the extra 10 miles. Historic location. Excellent fried green tomato appetizer and salads. Would definitely return!
Hanover tavern was a great restaurant with great service. Many of the people there were eating before prom, as was myself. The food was great,and I would reccomend them to anyone.
My husband and I went to Hanover Tavern at the suggestion of a friend and we were very disappointed in the food. He ordered the Rib Eye steak and he said it was tough and had on flavor. I had the sea bass and it did not have any flavor. The cost of the meal and quality was not equal.
We enjoyed celebrating my dads 73 birthday at Hanover Tavern. Food is Southern and the portions were very big. Melissa was a great waitress! The grounds are very pretty and historic.
We have wanted to come here for brunch or dinner for several years and once we finally made it, we were not disappointed. Everyone from the ambience and service to the food and presentation was excellent. We look forward to our return.
It had been a while since we were at the tavern and we were pleased that the upstairs was open.
Appetizers are large, so plan to leave some on the plate if you want to enjoy your entree.
We both had the same entree and it was excellent.
Service was exactly right. Attentive but no hovering.
The Hanover Tavern is a great little spot in an awesome historic building. We've been for both dinner and brunch. In our experience, brunch is slightly more consistent than dinner in terms of quality of food, but the options are great for both. Reservations are recommended.
The Mother's Day Brunch looked appealing online but we didn't realize we would be seated in the "new" non-historic event venue. It was a buffet and table service was very slow. Food was mediocre. Omelet station ran out of eggs at one point. Our party of 7 had auto gratuity added and they also asked for more. I hope the main tavern is a better experience. Seemed like they were capitalizing on Mother's Day diners to make extra $.
Mothers Day buffet was not stocked proper for the 1pm reso's. Bisque was lukewarm when it was replenished, Lamb was dry, chicken had no taste, Pina colada french toast was marginal.
We went for Mother's Day brunch and had amazing food from the buffet. Cool place to go with history
We had a wonderful experience on Mother's Day! The venue is so nice and relaxing. It was quiet so we could hear each other talk and were easily about to converse among our table of 6. The food was good, but the shrimp and grits didn't have any shrimp. The omlet bar was fantastic and the chef was nice enough to whip up some fresh salsa for me upon request. We would happily schedule an event here in the future.
Great meal and great service!
Has to be one of the most historic places to eat in Virginia. Love the preserved house. Attentive and friendly staff. Great food.
Very nice place with historic significance! The menu was great, but would have preferred a few more casual options for the adolescence. We missed the crab cake sandwich and burger. Fried Green Tomatoes were a nice beginning. Fried oysters presented texture issues for some in the group, but smoke flavor was good. Shrimp & Grits and Sea Bass were a delight.
My friends took me to The Tavern for my birthday. We all loved the food and our service was excellent.
The chef used way too much salt in all the dishes. I think it would have been good if there was much less salt. My flounder was overcooked. My husband did not like the meatloaf.
Love this place! The history, food and ambiance make for a great dining experience. Schedule one of the ghost tours to get the history of the building. Highly recommended!!
I have been for brunch and loved it --- this time we came for dinner then the theater show, and it was NOT A GOOD EXPERIENCE. The waitstaff was wonderful, down to earth and very attentive. However, the fellow diners had ridiculous expectations, causing the small wait staff to literally run back and forth to the kitchen, --- I got a very obvious rude look from some older ladies for having the gall to sit at the table the hostess brought us to, a table too close to them apparently. My husband was so angry at the really rude behavior of those two old ladies toward me, we can't help the fact that the tables are close together -- and we still moved the table away from them without anyone asking, just to be kind, but still got the "you aren't good enough to eat here look" from the old ladies. Then their conversation was bad mouthing their own children and talking about which grandchildren didn't get to do things because their parents didn't have enough money. Yeah, that made me lose my appetite -- those poor in spirit ladies that put money over love -- just sad, sad, sad. So unless you are both rude and wealthy, be prepared for some "you don't belong here" looks. The food was okay to good, not spectacular (theater menu is limited and no substitutions) -- that said, I liked their bread and the pumpkin polenta and beets a lot - and the chicken was cooked perfectly, just not a lot of seasonings. Loved the theater, but due to the vibe from the dinner crowd, I will not ever return.