The Comus Inn
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- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Contactless payment available
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
- Staff is vaccinated
Loved everything about it!
Small, but we’ll executed menu. Excellent food made with care.
Delicious and great seat by the window in the big comfy chairs
Absolutely wonderful. The food (brunch) was delicious. Pumpkin waffles with caramel sauce & toasted pecans, sprinkled with “sexy salt” & house made whipped cream on the side - the BEST waffles I’ve had & I order them every where! Turkey hash looked amazing as well. Service was attentive without being intrusive. The restaurant itself is absolutely beautiful. Can’t wait to return !!!
Friendly staff, creative menu, comfortable ambiance, spectacular views of Sugarloaf Mountian!
Very good food. Nice waiter.
Service and food was great! The circular booth is a little odd if your sitting on the end, you have to sit on front edge of bench to eat your dinner. The lighting is too bright. I felt like I was in a cafeteria. Dimmer lighting would make it feel more cozy.
Will be back again though. Thanks Brian
Very good service in a very noisy dining room. Ambience was not what it used to be. Food was good but a very limited menu. We were also told that the bar liquor options were also very limited.
The setting and food was amazing. Service was great and would fully recommend brunch
If busy down stairs in the main dining room, they do have an upstairs to sit which is a little quieter. Food was delicious, and great service too!
We went for brunch - selection was still pretty broad. The BLT was insane - a massive amount of first rate bacon, submarine-sized toasted sourdough, lettuce, tomato, AVOCADO and a great sauce.
Excellent selection of beers and beverages.
Destiny waited on us - attentive without hovering. Perfect.
Went for a walk, after. The grounds are a perfect stretch of the legs.
For my husband’s 60th birthday we booked a table for eight - then for five as some folks dropped out - and the restaurant could not have been more accommodating. Our table had the salmon, the lamb, the salad, the onion soup, the eggplant mousse and the tuna appetizer. All were winners. I know everyone raves about the view but it was dark, so we didn’t have much of a view. No matter. The restaurant is cute and homey and the staff is super helpful and tried to anticipate our needs. The bakery made his birthday cake to my specifications and was super attentive in getting it out at the end of the meal. We stayed and talked and visited and the staff was so patient - not rushing us out (even though they were cleaning up and we were the last table to leave!)
Just a perfect night. Thanks y’all! We will be back!
This is a lovely country inn with nice ambiance. The staff is polite and friendly and good precautions were taken regarding covid. We are new to the area and had high expectations.
The only gin available was Dogfish Head which was terrible. If you are looking for a martini or G+T steer clear of this. They need more top shelf liquor. We sent ours back and ordered wine instead, the table next to us did the same. There are very limited Gluten Free options: ie: no gluten free bread and most of the entrees contained some form of gluten. Which left me only a choice of salmon or steak as they had run out of the the third option.
I chose the steak and the chef substituted a lovely bacon and bean side in place of the pierogis.
My husband had the pierogis that came with the steak and said they were delicious.
My husband ordered a medium steak and it came out well done. I was not asked and mine came out rare. Overall the steak was good, just disappointed on the temperature. Cream Brûlée was ok but not great. For appetizers I was also limited to only one on the menu. The tuna which was very good although served without crackers or bread. My husband had the lobster roll( I was jealous as again no gluten free bread) . He liked the filling but the Hawaiian roll it came on was a bit too sweet. Overall I would give the Comus Inn 3 stars. Our all in cost for the meal was 200 dollars including a 20 percent tip as the waiter tried really hard to accommodate. ( note we had two glasses of wine each, one expresso and an Irish coffee which drove up the bill) We will give it another chance in a few months and hope to see more options and substitutes for allergies, a better selection of gin and a bit more creativity with the entrees. At present I would not recommend this to my friends. We shall see how they improve.
Overall, it was a very enjoyable evening. The food was all very tasty and nicely prepared. The only issue was that the service was a little on the slow side ... perhaps they were backed up in the kitchen? Our server was quite good at his job, but I felt bad for him as it seems like he had the majority of the tables upstairs if not all of them. The noise level was pretty loud too with everyone that was upstairs so it was a little difficult to hear those at my table when speaking. Overall though, a very nice evening!
Our reservation was for Saturday at 1:30 for 2. When we were seated by the hostess no one told us the restaurant would be closing at 2:00-5:00 and therefore we could not get any food. We sat at our table waiting for a server for 10 minutes before someone came. She stating she was not sure what was going on but didn’t think we could get lunch because the restaurant closes at 2:00. At no time did a manger ever come to our table. We had 2 other servers ask us if we needed anything.. almost as if they were baffled as to why we were there at that time in the first place. The restaurant itself is beautiful. The management of the staff was non existent. The staff was pleasant, but no one had any clue as to what was going on, which was VERY unprofessional. We were told we could have a beverage and then go downstairs to the Beer Hall to order food at 2:15. We ordered 2 Cosmos. We were given 1. When I asked for another, because obviously there were two of us, I received a drink, but it wasn’t a Cosmo. No one knew how to make a simple 3 part martini. The Beer Hall was counter service .. which that is not what I made a reservation for at all. All and all, The Comus Inn I’m sure is a very lovey restaurant with great food. Management, Bartending and service is a problem. Sorry.
The food there was phenomenal. We had a new waiter he got everything right in the end but struggled a little getting there. There were 4 of us and everyone enjoyed the food. We will definitely go back.
Tables spaced out and food and service we great.
We had lunch on a Sunday. Food was very good. Good atmosphere but a little noisy. I would go back.
Had a great time. Enjoyed the band.
The salmon and pork dishes were great.
The duck pasta dish had almost no duck in it. I like my pasta al dente, but it was still undercooked.
Our wait-staff was attentive, but had trouble the the names of the four wines offered. Chalk it up to inexperience.
Still had a good time and will go back.
First time there and it really was a lovely quaint space. Service was very good and the food was delicious.
Very nice place and I had the ham and cheese croissant… was delicious! Our waitress was great!
We really enjoyed our first time at Comus Inn. We have passed by it multiple times over the years on our way to Sugarloaf Mountain and were happy that our first experience there was so good. Really good brunch menu, great view of the mountain and nice atmosphere. It's a little noisy, my only recommendation would be to install so noise buffering on the interior to reduce the decibel level when the room is fully occupied. We wandered outside afterwards and enjoyed the outdoor space too on a cool Sunday afternoon. Thanks and we'll be back.
Renovation looked good. Nice ambience food was “ok”. Their informal menu is actually better
Food was very good, there was a singer in the corner, tables were spaced apart, atmosphere was great, server was attentive. Great experience, we will be back
Went to the Comus Inn for brunch with a friend and it was a great experience. It was a bit noisy because of another group but overall the food and atmosphere were great. I highly recommend it.
The food was very average. Ham and cheese croissant is exactly that on a plate. No more, no less. No pizzazz. Go for the nice looking renovation and generally easy feel. Have a glass of wine and look outside at the vista Staff is young and inexperienced.
Brunch experience was overall OK. Food was very good, but no effort made in presentation ie ham and cheese sandwich was just that - on a tiny plate. No fruit, chips, etc. Coffee was great but no refill offered. We were seated at a small table for two in a tight space overlooking the front lobby, no lovely view. Staff was friendly - nice decor. It was good enough to try it again.
The food is always good at The Comus Inn. This visit was no exception. The lobster sliders and Crudo were great! Unfortunately the service wasn’t good, but I think it was just an anomaly.
Downstairs beer garden is loud when closed, which it had to be because it was cold outside. Still fun. Tables upstairs are so cute and cozy. Great experience!
We were seated in a very cold draft and when asked to be moved we were told it wasn't posib. We were the first guests to arrive and the entire dining room was full of empty tables. When we asked to be seated near a window we were told it wasn't possible. After we received our menus, we were offered a move to another table and seated on a warmer spot near the windows,. It was a somewhat confusing experience.
Had a lovely night with friends. The updated Inn is very cozy. It can get loud, but not always.
The place has changed owners and totally different than a few years ago. Last time I was there it was a fancy place with great food. Now the place is a dive. Outside maybe a good family place but inside is very casual with a very limited menu. Service super slow but it maybe due to Covid issues and not enough staff. The food tasted ok but desert was terrible with stale cake. The place was so cold inside…they had the fire escape door wide open with outside temperature in the 30s. Very uncomfortable eating dinner with your coat on. Not an experience I would ever want to repeat!
If you're looking for any resemblance to the Comus Inn of the past, you're out of luck. We were there with our family on an early (5:30) Saturday evening. We were met with a packed parking lot due to a private function we knew nothing about. No chance to view the sunset, the beautiful back lawn was full of people, bonfires, and a cheesy band. The inside of the Comus was noisy and chaotic and the lighting was like a cross between a warehouse and a truck stop. A door to the outside was left open, I guess to give the people outside easier access to the bar, and we were freezing the whole time. The wait staff were very friendly and tried to be helpful but were completely overwhelmed trying to serve both the private function outside and the restaurant patrons inside (our server doubled as the bartender). Pizza is featured prominently on the menu but we were told they were out of dough. The food we ordered was mediocre at best. My daughter and I had the specials: salmon and beef tenderloin respectively. She enjoyed her salmon, my beef was just okay. All around I'd say the newly renovated Comus Inn is a great disappointment.
I miss the quiet ambience of the former Comus Inn, and the guarantee of a wonderful view. Under the new management and menu, the place is entirely different. It's clearly popular and the food is good. The beer selection is not as large as at other similar places but it's well chosen. I do find some of the portions to be excessive, such as the BLT which is over 12 inches long; there should be an option for "regular" and "large," to avoid wastage. I also don't think serving potato chips in bags a good idea, bagged chips detract from the quality of the other items on the menu. Many other similar places (such as the Stained Glass Pub) offer homemade chips, why can't the Comus Inn? The little bakery is a nice touch, too.
We went for Saturday brunch. Beautiful view from the top floor looking at sugarloaf mountain. I ordered the skinny wrap and home fries. They were excellent. Can’t wait to go back!
We ate dinner inside at a table overlooking Sugarloaf Mountain at sunset. We ordered turkey dinner sandwiches with slaw and a side order of fries. This was probably the best sandwich I have ever had. The fries were terrific. Hot and crispy on the outside and just right on the inside. The slaw was unusual but good. We ordered desert and coffee. The pecan bourbon torte was tasty even though the shell had been over baked. The coffee was not very hot and tasted like instant. The service was not fast but it was friendly. We will be back. This format is now very casual and even though the Inn no longer offers the traditional dinner entrees like it did in the past you will get a very good meal here.
This experience was the worst we ordered the crab dip appetizer which was brought out after our meal and only after we asked for it the waitress kept disappearing asked for a lemonade and agin after we finished eating the waitress reappeared to ask how the food was and we reminded her that we never got our drink The crab dip was the worst there was absolutely not one piece of crab in it . It had so much cheese and mayonnaise in it my stomach started was irritated immediately. The overall experience was horrible
First time we’ve visited since they reopened. The dining room is beautiful and the view never gets old. The brunch was excellent.
This is my favorite brunch place. I come here often for the ambiance and the food. It’s delicious and usually the service although not the best can be tolerable. The food makes up for it.you won’t be disappointed with the decor, the views and you will leave full and with a happy belly. I’ve had a few different servers and idk if it’s lack of training or something else but the service on several occasions has been lack luster. You often have to request things several times. It’s a cute spot and I would def recommend.
Great place to go with the family or to meet up with friends. Love the atmosphere at this place!
You can order delivery directly from The Comus Inn using the Order Online button. The Comus Inn also offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (301) 349-2015.
The Comus Inn is rated 4.3 stars by 137 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.