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About Jean-Georges at Topping Rose House
Chef Jean Georges introduces Jean-Georges at Topping Rose House, a casually chic restaurant, located in the beautiful community of Bridgehampton, New York. Here, Jean Georges celebrates the seasons, presenting a true farm-to-table cuisine, using ingredients grown on the property's one acre farm and sourced from the area's reputable fishermen and farmers. The restaurant's interior, designed by Wolfgang Ludes, features modern sensibility; zinc and marble accent stone and reclaimed wood. The restaurant's lighting, designed Hervé Descottes, employs ceramic and wicker shades and Edison fixtures to create an understated beach-chic ambience.
With a formal dining room, full bar/lounge, and outdoor patio seating with communal tables for large parties, along with a fully-restored barn for private dining, we are equipped to accommodate events of all sizes, from intimate dinner parties to full-scale weddings. Come join us!
Bridgehampton, NY 11932
Contemporary American, Seafood, French
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast - Monday to Sunday from 7:00am - 10:30am
Lunch - Monday to Friday from 11:30am - 2:30pm
Dinner - Sunday to Thursday from 5:30pm to 9:00pm / Friday & Saturday from 5:30pm to 10:00pm
Brunch - Saturday & Sunday from 11:30am to 3:00pm
Montauk Hway (Route 27)
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Our private event venues at Topping Rose House provide the ideal setting for you function, weather you are hosting a festive dinner, private ceremony, or business meeting. Each of our spaces boast seasonal menus highlighting locally-sourced ingredients, creative seasonal cocktails and the latest technology to accommodate any presentation needs. Our team will work with you to develop a customized experience that is sure to be memorable for all.
Valet, Hotel & Street Parking
The Bridgehampton Long Island Railroad Station
The Bridgehampton Jitney Bus Stop
Hotel & Guest pre-arranged services brought to you by The Topping Rose House and our partnership with LEXUS.
Private Party Facilities:
With a formal dining room, full bar/lounge, and outdoor patio seating with communal tables for large parties, along with a fully-restored barn for private dining, we are equipped to accommodate events of all sizes, from intimate dinner parties to full-scale weddings. Chef Jean Georges welcomes you.
Private Party Contact:
Joseph Montag: (631) 537-0870
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Jean-Georges at Topping Rose House Ratings and Reviews
We eat here a bit during the week and off season as it is quite pleasant. The appetizers and the pasta selections are always spot on. We prefer those over the main courses but that is a personal preference. The food on X-mas Day was spot on this year. The addition of white truffles certainly made my day !
Went for Christmas dinner.
Arrived at our seat to a badly stained banquet. Really gross. Table next to us complained and were told that the prior operator had specified a bad fabric. That was two years ago. No excuse. Too cheap to fix.
Entry area, where all guests arrived, had service trays where they were staging service for dining room. Felt like a diner.
One entree arrived badly undercooked. We sent it back. Table next to us had exactly the same problem. They also sent their entree back.
Result was that we could not eat together. Does that sound like a pleasant evening at a fine restaurant?
Check arrived and we had been charged $40 for an item we never ordered. They corrected, only after we complained.
Overall, pretty mediocre experience. Not anxious to return.
This past Saturday night was the fifth or six time I dined at Topping Rose this year. I think it is one of the absolute best restaurants on the South Fork. The food is creative, the setting is lovely, and the service is both friendly and professional. They aim to please, and I'm always pleased.
We had an early dinner on a Thursday evening. The restaurant was quiet yet very inviting and comfortable. The staff was exceptionally accommodating. We relaxed with a few drinks and ordered off the Prix Fixe menu. Plenty of food and it was delicious. Will definitely be returning.
Chose JG to celebrate my birthday with family. Room is lovely but level of service was poor. One waiter trying his best to cover both the bar room and dining room. He apologized to our family for the sweat dripping off his head as he ran from room to room servicing all guests. Food was fair, not typical JG quality. I was quite annoyed but tried not to let it ruin my birthday.
Having dined at other Jean-Georges restaurants, I must say I was disappointed. First off food is good- can’t take anything away from the calamari especially. Secondly, the space is beautiful. However, I had booked this dinner specifically as I was visiting the Hampton’s celebrating my wife’s birthday- which was known to the restaurant through the note I left when making the reservation. When we arrived, 10 minutes early, we were told the table wasn’t ready. Fair enough, so we waited outside and came back in at our reserved time slot. Again, we were told the table wasn’t ready. We waited again until they offered another table. Not acceptable in my opinion to wait on your reserved table especially when you’re celebrating an occasion. During the service, the wait staff spilled the salt which was on the table. Instead of cleaning it, he proceeded to put the plate with one of the main courses over the spill. Throughout the meal post-meal this salt spill remained on the table. Not what I’d expect from a Jean-Georges restaurant. Finally- when the desert came, there wasn’t a candle or anything to help celebrate my wife’s birthday. Not expecting the TGIF or Chuck E Cheeses experience here but perhaps a candle maybe? Poor service and lack of empathy ruined this dinner for us.
The good news about the evening was the rack of lamb. Possibly one of the best we ever had. Unfortunately the black bass was a major disappointment, overcooked, lacking in any discernible flavor, swimming in a tasteless broth of fava beams and onions and potatoes.
Service was adequate, but a short pour of $20.00 Cabernet didn’t help the situation nor did the non-descript bread.
So many other restaurants in the area are so much better.
Really a shame that this restaurant has deteriorated so quickly. Service was confused and disinterested. After being neglected for the first 10 minutes we then had 2 different waiters who were uncoordinated and kept on asking us the same questions. The table next to us (who were so close, we might as well have sat together) ordered the veal done at different temperatures but the servers did not know which was which and put them down on the table saying they were both the same. Food was only adequate, not what you would expect from Jean George. Both the front of house and kitchen need more attention to detail.
This is my second time. Not only was my choice of dining area not even offered, but service was lousy and food was ok, but portions were significantly smaller than last Thursday when I was last here. Our waiter not only didn’t engage, he was disinterested. I took my husband and he was very unimpressed.
I ordered the vegetarian option, which was roasted veg and grains.
The grains were so hot that my mouth and cheek are burned. They were way overheated.
The roasted veg consisted of green and yellow beans, and some corn mixed into the grain., No favor and completely boring, When you think of all the fresh veg that were on the menu as side dishes--cauliflower, squash--where were these?
I did think the sorbet was delicious and fairly priced.
I do not recommend the restaurant. I do think JG does a great job in NYC.
The food is always good here. However the service again is always horrible. We got seated 30 minutes past our reservation time, even though we arrived on time. Our waiter was never anywhere to be found. Our soup came with no soup spoon until asked. Our main courses came, over 15 minutes after our appetisers were finished, and again we had not been given another fresh set of cutlery. So we waited another 5 minutes for these. The hostess tried to pour tap water into my glass of sparkling water when it was clear that there was a bottle of flat and a bottle of sparkling on our table. The heater on our table ran out of gas mid way through the meal and a replacement was not available so we sat outside cold for the second half of our meal. This restaurant really needs to find better staff and management. It's a shame since the food is good that the dining experience is not up to par.
This is an expensive restaurant so it is reasonable to expect food and service to be excellent. It is not. First course was fried calamari. Only fair. Main course was scallops. They were excellent but surrounded by overcooked and dreary egg plant mush. French fries that were ordered as an extra side dish were delivered to the table late and were ordinary and over-salted. Table water was never refilled. Dessert was good (Ice cream with fudge sauce and salted caramel pop corn ,
Both the food and the service lack consistency. It's always "good" but never more and sometimes less. I really don't enjoy sitting outside, no matter the weather - there is no ambiance at all and the servers tend to forget about you completely. Being seated inside is nice, certainly more charming and you have the ability to flag down the staff - but when it is crowded the noise level can get a bit annoying. Another oddity is that the bathroom is one level down from the restaurant by elevator, making it a bit of trek, especially if you are seated outside. I've come to expect more from a Jean-George restaurant - this is definitely not my favorite in the fleet, but we do tend to go in the Fall when we can sit inside and its not overly crowded.
It was our anniversary and staff made it special. They seated us at a corner banquette and brought us a delectable complimentary dessert. The service was attentive and helpful. And most important, the food was delicious. I recommend for special occasions or just for a lovely dinner in an attractive setting.
Need to better train the waiters. Details (missing spoon, basket of bread with just one slice of bread, bottle of wine was not opened in front of me because she did not know how to remove a cork from a bottle, left a very long time without filling my glass, etc) and more important things. I was completely ignored for a long while in the middle of the dinner and towards the end - maybe because i was just by myself, who knows.
Food is between ok and good, but overpriced definitely.
The best part of Jean-Georges is the bar area. Bartenders are both friendly and good at what they do.
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