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About Inn on the Twenty
On The Twenty was envisioned as a place where Niagara's food and wine bounty could be presented in an innovative and inspiring way. We aim to deliver freshness and sophistication to meals that will harmonize well with the wines of Cave Spring and its colleagues in this unique wine region. Where possible, we focus on fresh regional produce that our neighbours grow here in Niagara. Our location was decided on by Leonard Pennachetti who, when looking for a building with a great cellar, happened upon the old Jordan Wines building. The building in which the restaurant is located dates back to the 1830s. The addition of the terrace, restaurant, meeting space, gardens, and many retail boutiques have totally changed the character of both the building and this end of historic Jordan Village. All in all, Jordan Village makes a great destination for a day trip, special event, or a romantic getaway. It is our privilege to enjoy Jordan everyday, we would love to share it with you.
Jordan, ON L0R 1S0
Contemporary American, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 8:00am - 10:00am;
(OFFERING A CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST OF FRESH FRUIT,
PASTRIES, COLD CEREALS, YOGURT + FEATURED DAILY
HOT ITEM FROM OUR KITCHEN.)
Lunch: Daily: 11:30am - 3:00pm;
Light Menu: Daily: 3:00pm - 4:30pm;
Dinner: Daily: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
CAN$31 to CAN$50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
We provide ample parking next door for both the restaurant and Inn. Additional parking is available a short walk up the street at our Jordan House Inn property.
Unlike an urban property, On The Twenty is not well served by public transportation options. We urge you to consider this issue in planning the conclusion of your evening or event.
Private Party Facilities:
WINDOWS ON THE TWENTY:
Windows On The Twenty offers a spectacular view of the Twenty Mile Creek Valley for up to 135 guests. This room offers a bright airy atmosphere by day and romantic golden ambiance by night. This room can also be reconfigured for meetings up to 100 participants.
THE JORDAN ROOM:
The Jordan Room features six large windows over looking the charming Main Street of Jordan. An elegant dining environment for up to 48 guests. An ideal room for meetings up to 20 boardroom style.
THE WINE LIBRARY:
The Wine Library, which is downstairs, offers private dining for intimate groups of no more than 24. Immediately adjacent to our front door, this room offers the opportunity for your guests to easily wander out onto our terrace on pleasant evenings.
THE VINTNER’S CELLAR:
This fully renovated space in our century-old cellar provides a completely unique venue for a special event up to 40 guest
Private Party Contact:
Special Events: (905) 562-5336 ext. 313
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Inn on the Twenty Ratings and Reviews
We just had an amazing meal. The Inn on the Twenty restaurant has a 4 for $40 menu every Friday in February and on tonight's menu there happened to be Beef Wellington as the main. Apparently this isn't a usual item on their menu, but wow it should be! So tender with really good flavour. We have had Beef Wellington done by famous chef GR and that is still our favourite, but the chef at Inn on the Twenty comes a very close second. The smoked salmon terrine had fantastic flavour and the fennel and blood orange salad was surprisingly vibrant and fresh. The dessert was a meringue nest with blood orange and chocolate, so decadent and light.
Our compliments to the chef on the special menu, amazing combination of tasty items. We would encourage anyone to stop by Jordan to enjoy what this chef creates.
First comment - this place is not on Highway 20. I thought that i could find it without my GPS. When I realized that I was not on track I finally pulled over and keyed in my GPS.
The second comment - I apparently made the same mistake that many do according to the staff on the Inn reception desk. The dining room is straight across the street.
Pleasant ambiance, and ideal acoustics for conversation. Great server! Delightful food. I was prepared for the expense. Thought the wine price could have been reduced considering the connection to Cave Spring Winery.
This was Valentine's Day outing with my wife. We would love to return in warmer weather and stay over at the Inn for a night.
Quaint village to explore another time!
The place was an old winery converted to a restaurant modernized with a quaint setting and facilities for weddings and parties with a fantastic view of the Jordan Valley. A great place to dine, be it lunch or dinner. Cedar Springs Winery is in the same building and they share the same entrance. I love Cedar Springs wine since I love to support local wineries. The food was well prepared and the portions are great. We had mussels with a fennel white cream sauce and the proportion was more than expected for two people. It could serve four people as an appetizer. I had a Reisling wine with that. For our main course, my wife had the mackerel with potato salad and crunchy mustard seed and pickled onions. I had the soup of the day which was a coconut carrot and ginger soup and it was great. My main was a mushroom quiche with mixed vegetables. For dessert we had a ganache chocolate with coffee ice cream and a cheese cake. Both very delectable. A great place to dine or stay since they have an Inn across from the restaurant and they have facilities for wedding and great parties. Would definitely bring friends and recommend to all.
We were pleasantly surprised to find we could get in on New Year’s Eve and were so pleased with the restaurant overall. The food was spectacular, very flavorful, perfect portion size & cooked beautifully. Would highly recommend this restaurant. Everyone we told where we were going, from Toronto, Niagara Falls & Hamilton, all knew where we were talking about & said it was divine. They were all right.
We treated ourselves to a night at Inn on the Twenty and dining in the restaurant for our Christmas gift. Both the accommodations and dining experience exceeded our expectations.
The service, food and wine list (of course) were all exceptional.
I would highly recommend it.
This is a wonderful restaurant for a relaxed but elegant meal. The food was tasty and beautifully presented. Our server, Brian was delightful. He was very attentive and so very pleasant. I am a big water drinker, and he was so aware of the appropriate moments to refill my glass. We were dining with friends and while Brian was always close at hand, he was very respectful of the fact that we were engaged in private conversation, and did not interrupt us at all. But whenever I needed something, he seemed to be right there. An excellent server.
This was our second time dining at Inn on The Twenty. We enjoyed our lunch the first time and dinner didn't disappoint. My beet tart, as the appetizer, was a large portion of different coloured baby beets on a goat cheese cloud with a thin pastry base. Just delightful. My husband had the local green salad with icewine poached bosc pear. Truly a treat. The roast chicken entree came with fabulously flavourful vegetables of pureed squash, mushrooms, spaghetti squash with an au jus. I would come back just for this dish! My husband wanted the scallops and they were able to create an entree dish with large roasted sea scallops, corn and charizo sausage. Both dishes did not disappoint. The wine menu however is not to our taste. We'd prefer a larger selection of Ontario wines or at least a larger selection of International wines.
It is nice to have higher end dining but in a relaxed atmosphere. The menu is limited but it allows a range of options. The waiter was very good with his explanations of a particular paired wine and dessert options. The tuna tartar was very tasty and light. My bouillabaisse could have been a bit hotter and spicier. The candied nuts accompanying the pumpkin chiffon capped off a very good meal.
The setting is stunning -- beautiful view of the valley -- and the service is friendly and attentive. The food we found only so-so this time, though it was better on another occasion. Not cheap but not expensive either. I'd recommend it for families and friends, but not for a gourmet event.
Wonderful dinner with family from out of town . Reserved for Taste of the Kitchens Niagara. Food was wonderful especially pear tart and tenderloin. Red wine suggested was outstanding.
Great value.. only negative was a little delay between appetizers and main courses. dining room was not overly busy...easy to have conversations... deserts were delightful
Great food & great service. Nice ambiance. Did and excellent job catering to my wife's allergies, created something very flavourful given extensive constraints - not an easy accomplishment with no garlic, onion, peanuts, sesame, milk...
Two minor criticism, portion size a little small - ended up craving more because it was so delicious... and tables for 2 really close to each other. Perhaps not an issue on busier nights with background noise, however was a relatively quite evening and could hear conversations from surrounding tables because they where so close. Unfortunate, because other areas of restaurant were empty.
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