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About Main Dining Room at the Omni Mount Washington Resort
The casually refined Main Dining Room at Omni Mount Washington Resort features stunning views of the Presidential Range, while serving New England classics and modern culinary trends.
This comfortably welcoming, 4-diamond restaurant integrates fresh, locally and regionally sourced produce, meats and seafood, complemented by musical accompaniment nightly. Couples and families alike will enjoy dancing to contemporary favorites and timeless classics for a truly memorable dining experience.
Join us daily for the Art of Breakfast, featuring traditional breakfast favorites along with fresh pastries, fruits and chef-attended stations for cooked-to-order omelets and waffles on select mornings.
Dinner Dress Code: Appropriate attire includes pressed slacks, dressy denim, Bermuda length shorts and collared shirts. Gentlemen should feel comfortable wearing a seasonal sport coat or blazer if they desire. Please no athletic wear, pool attire or gentlemen’s hats.
Bretton Woods, NH 03575
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 10:00am, Saturday and Sunday: 7:00am - 11:00am; Dinner: Daily: 5:30pm - 9:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live nightly entertainment.
Complimentary Valet Parking and Resort shuttle service available.
Bar/Lounge, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, View, Wheelchair Access
Main Dining Room at the Omni Mount Washington Resort Ratings and Reviews
Food is unimaginative and a bit pricey, but the Omni Mt. Washington Resort is a captive audience. Our server was friendly, but his demeanor bordered on inappropriate - excessive use of the word "stupid," an overreaching level of familiarity with the members of our table, etc. Overall would not recommend. The main dining room is also rather lacking in ambiance.
Wait staff and food in the main dining room was spectacular. Well done!
The small bar next to the main dining room was the only disappointment, dirty glasses, stick bar top and dirty tables. The bartender MUST go. He was very unprofessional, to the point that I would avoid the upstairs bar.
Beautiful dining room. They were playing Christmas music on the piano and our little girls (ages 10, 3,and 1) were able to dance and sing... the food was not worth the price and most of our meals where delivered cold. The short ribs – very fatty and steaks were not amazing. Stickney’s is a better value... but the experience was worth the hefty price. We love the Mount Washington Resort during the holidays!
The surroundings were great, but the food and service were a disappointment. The painstakingly preserved hotel at the foot of Mt Washington affords great views and has a beautiful exterior. This restaurant, the hotel's main dining room, has a very limited menu. The food is mediocre at best - it appears they are trying to be locavore and nouveau, but don't have their hearts in it. It's a huge dining room, and the waitresses must walk miles each day, but service should be uppermost in the management's goals with pries double what one usually sees. All in all, a very disappointing experience.
Ok guests was mid November with snow on the ground and they still hadvthe summer menu, boiled lobster...come on
Second the good was mediocre at best, kind of like grade b hotel food from 1970
The chef must be tired but for the prices , 47$ for an entree, it wasnt nearly worth it
They need to ramp it up...
My family and I had an outstanding meal that we were so impressed with. The tenderloin melted in my mouth and the plate in it's entirety was remarkable from the vegetables to the augratin potatoes. The bread basket was very unique with an errant of breads, crackers, spreads, and olives. We also enjoyed the live music with was the perfect noise level. A wonderful experience from beginning to end.
Limited menu, bread that was brought to the table was stale. The desert was a stale brownie with ice cream. Not good, and not original. I felt like I was dining on a cruise, or I was at a wedding reception. The table setup was awkward. Expected more from this establishment. Would not recommend, will not go back.
We had a wonderful experience from start to finish. All the food was wonderful, especially the tuna appetizer and the beef tenderloin &grilled shrimp entrée was amazing. The service was excellent, and the pace was spot on-relaxed and enjoyable but not slow. Our waiter (whose name is wish I could remember) was phenomenal.
Simply stated main dining room is resting on the legacy of a historic hotel. The food was bland, dated and overpriced. My lobster boil, the most expensive item on the menu was under seasoned and uninteresting. I would expect to find the same dish of similar quality at a road side sea food shack for a third the price. Much of the same could be said for my wife's choice a rib-eye - her questioning expression of "this is it" said it all. Ending the night we had luke warm watery coffee and a "deconstructed" apple pie which was inedible, cold hard apples served under a gelatinous crust.
Come on NH for a $225 dinner you can do better
I was totally underwhelmed. The food was of poor quality and nondescript flavor. Very disappointing. Our waitress was very nice and provide a good service . The hotel was full for a meeting and a wedding. That being said, they don't give you a discount for a lesser experience.Half the tables in the main dining room were gone and there was an overly loud band playing which made it impossible to have a conversation.
The overall experience was very nice. It's a beautiful room and the wait staff tried very hard to keep up with all the dinners during a busy evening. The food, however, left much to be desired. The cost was very high for the quality and amount served. I had the ribeye, which was not the best piece of meat I have ever had and the side, although delicious, comprised literally of three fingerling potatoes cut in half and perhaps four Brussel sprouts, again cut in half. The maple flavored sauce they were in was very tasty but I expected more food. I did not finish the steak, it was a very thin cut and was unappealing in appearance and just adequate in flavor. Perhaps if I had had the nightly special it would have been better.
Stayed at Hotel for a conference and booked a reservation in the main dining room. Was greeted by the staff and seated promptly. The wait staff was attentive and knowledgable. Wine list very good, and full bar selections available. Appetizer was very good mushrooms and the salad also very good. The main entree was a Ribeye bone in prime that arrived warm and not as flavorful as expected and did bring down the overall dining experience. The apple dessert certainly not worth the calories. I would give the Main Dining Room a second chance but my first experience was a bit of a let down.
We stayed at the Mt Washington Resort and ate here our last night - a guy playing guitar was a really nice touch, the views (before the sun set) were outstanding, the service was impeccable, and the food was good. The appetizer platter at the beginning was yummy! Pricey, but good food.
Very mediocre meal for a very high price. My beef was very fatty. I didn’t send it back as we were with another couple celebrating our anniversaries. We were so looking forward to dining at this historic hotel and very disappointed. I would not recommend this restaurant.
My wife and I were staying at the Lodge, and booked dinner at the Main Dining Room a few weeks in advance, anticipating a semi-formal, fine dining experience to cap our stay in the region before continuing our travels to see the Fall colors. Our actual experience, however, was close to surreal. When booking, we were told that gentlemen should "be comfortable wearing a dinner jacket" as part of the stated dress code, yet 20% (or more) dressed in jeans and a t-shirt. The room was billed as fine dining, yet while most of the tables were dressed with white linen, the remainder were not. During dinner, there was a 70's (semi)-soft rock cover band, that my wife and I thought were refugees from a local wedding reception. This band seemed completely inappropriate for a fine dining experience. They took requests and encouraged audience participation (Happy Birthday... played twice). That said, let's get to the really good parts of this weirdness, and those were the food and service. Our sea scallops were just the best ever. They were perfect in every way. They were plump and juicy with a perfect light sear. The sides were excellent, as well, and the plating was beautiful. Our server, Jordan, was truly a professional. He was friendly, informative and made some excellent suggestions regarding menu and wine pairings. He returned to our table regularly to check if our glasses needed to be refilled. Ask for Jordan. He is destined for a truly fine dining establishment. In summary, once one gets past the schizophrenic setting, the food and service are well worth a visit.
Good food, great ambiance. Food and views of comparable quality can be had downstairs at Stickney's for a little bit less money, but you're giving up the three piece band and the luxury bread baskets.
Both feel overpriced compared to what you'd pay outside a resort. If you like that all-inclusive feel, dive on in and you probably won't feel bad about overpaying. But if you're staying closer to North Conway and wondering if it's worth the drive and the money, the answer is probably not.
Superb setting, terrific service, uneven food preparation. Two out of three ain't bad, but we were surprised with some of the food preparation. The mini lamb chops were delicious, steaks were perfectly seasoned, the chicken was a bit bland and the scallops overly salty. We will definitely go back, but are not rushing to do so.
We stayed at the Mount Washington for our honeymoon and had dinner in the Main Dining Room. The food was fantastic, and it was fun to get dressed up for a night out. Highly recommend for dinner - the breakfast buffet, however, is just fine. If you do the breakfast buffet, get a personalized eggs Benedict or omelette, otherwise it isn't worth it. If you're at the mount Washington and want a small breakfast, go down to Morsels and get a pastry and a coffee to eat on the veranda.
Dinner though - I can't recommend it enough
To be honest, I had the ribeye steak and it was very very tough, not at all what I would expect from such a place. The rest of the meal was ok and the dessert was excellent. But I just can not get over how disappointed I was with the steak. I think I could get just as good at a Applebees or such kind of place.
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