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About Jedediah Hawkins
Jedediah Hawkins, housed in the majestically restored 1863 home of Captain Jedediah Hawkins, is quickly becoming the crown jewel in the North Fork’s dining scene. Recognizing that the purity of flavor derives from the ripest, most seasonal ingredients, guests can expect an ever evolving menu that places its emphasis upon local and sustainably grown ingredients.
Jamesport, NY 11947
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday 5 pm to 8 pm
Friday and Saturday, 5 pm to 9:00 pm
Brunch/Lunch: Saturdays and Sundays from 11:30 am
$31 to $50
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free parking or valet parking for special events
The Hampton Jitney stops in Jamesport.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Plan your event for 10 to 125 guests at Jedediah Hawkins Inn. Our talented events team will take care of every detail from custom seasonal menus to wine pairings.
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The beautiful surroundings and historic buildings are a spectacular stage for a wedding, a rehearsal dinner or holiday party. From the dining room, the solarium and the speakeasy to the gazebo, the patio and gardens, the inn offers unique indoor and outdoor space.
Jedediah Hawkins Ratings and Reviews
This restaurant is living off of its prior chef/s. This meal was terrible. The quality was mediocre, the presentation terrible and the taste absolutely awful. Contrived and annoying setting as well. Our server was pleasant. The only positive part of the meal. After eating there we began to hear from others that it really took a dive. That is certainly true.
Celebrated our anniversary. Wonderful meal and service. We had visited the week prior after a winery trip and fell in love with the duck with brussel sprouts and huckleberry. Came back the following week for the same. The manager recognized us and sent over an appetizer of the chef’s choice. What a wonderful evening!
Food was excellent. I had the baby kale salad and roasted chicken dinner. Both were amazing. Hubby had the flatbread and short rib. He enjoyed both. Server was very friendly but a bit over busy to give the attention we feel is needed. Was busy night but not overly busy. Went downstairs to have a drink in the speak easy but it was closed or something. Only bartender was upstairs. Found that odd for a Friday night. But will come back again with friends for sure.
Located on the North Fork, in an old, classic house, this cozy, neighborhood restaurant provides a good selection of appetizers and main dishes, mostly from local ingredients. The flatbread was excellent; the octopus surprisingly spicy and a bit overcharred. The duck, cooked to medium rare, was a bit tough and chewy, while the seafood stew/soup was exquisite. A reasonable selection of local wines complemented the evening.
Not the restaurant it used to be. The waiter was indifferent as was the manager. My wife ordered the short ribs. Bland but she found what looked like paper in it. We thought maybe it was parchment paper... We saw the waiter show it to the manager, all he did was take it off, with his bare fingers. The waiter came back with the same dish and said it was onion skin.
There was no apology, no effort to make my wife at ease, because at this point she wouldn't eat anymore. Most good places would offer a dessert or even a cup of coffee. But they
Were totally indifferent.
This is an expensive restaurant that is out of the way to get to. We drove 45 minutes to get here and were looking forward to a great meal. It wasn't worth the trip or the price.
Not to mention, I had to correct open table because the restaurant said we didn't keep the reservation.
Not sure how they could go from the top rating to such a poor experience. Maybe a new owner, new manager, new chef? Whatever it is, it isn't good anymore.
Came here for brunch for the first time, have been here many times for dinner but this was my first brunch. We were exceptionally pleased with the menu and service. As usual, Jedediah Hawkins did not let down, a must when on the north fork. Tip, ribs appetizer, burger, lobster roll were all spot on!
Another great experience at Jedediah Hawkins. Service was thorough and attentive. We had BBQ pork ribs and a crispy calamari salad to begin and both starters were excellent. For dinner I had the crescent farm duck breast, which I was delighted to see return to the menu, and my wife had a giant 16oz ribeye steak served with duck fat Yukon gold potatoes and trumpet mushrooms. My duck was amazing but my wife's steak floored us both. Our favorite NoFo spot by far, a must see!!!!
The restaurant has a very limited menu - 6 or so main entrees and they were out of 4 of them! Service was not very good - forgot a dessert, did not bring bread to the table for a long time, unapologetic about the lack of menu choices. It is an expensive restaurant and not worth it at all.
This was our fourth time there. We never had any issues before. Colin, the general manager, was very cold. I overheard one of his employees tell him that we were asking about how him and his reply was "Oh, those two. No, I don't need to say "Hi" to them." Well, I guess he doesn't need our business anymore either. Good riddance. Funny thing is, I was hoping to book the place for a law school reunion.
Disappointed. We have been to this restaurant several times over the years and have always loved it and recommended it. It has changed greatly. The atmosphere appears less elegant. The service although nice young people, they were uninformed . Most importantly, the food was sub par. Not the gourmet special detail oriented dining experience we so loved. Some items were not fresh, most items came to the table room temperature and not hot and there was little creatively with regard to the sides on the main plates. We love this inn and hope that they make some adjustments to return to the special, unique dining experience that they used to be and was worth the over an hour drive. The value was not there. Can not have sub par food with fine dining costs. We would not return until we hear better reviews.
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