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About The Inn at Pound Ridge by Jean-Georges
Please visit our website to learn more about The Inn at Pound Ridge by Jean-Georges http://www.theinnatpoundridge.com/
Chef Jean‑Georges introduces his latest venture, a casually elegant restaurant ensconced in the picturesque town of Pound Ridge, New York. Here, Jean‑Georges cultivates a truly seasonal, farm-to-table cuisine, with ingredients sourced from the Hudson Valley and New England, whenever possible. Constructed in 1833 as a residence and serving later as an inn, the building has been painstakingly renovated to preserve as many of the original materials as possible, including four working fireplaces. Thomas Juul-Hansen designed the restaurant’s interior with a modern yet rustic sensibility; zinc and marble accent stone and reclaimed wood. The restaurant’s lighting, artfully conceived by Hervé Descottes, employs paper shades and Edison fixtures to create warmth throughout.
Pound Ridge, NY 10576
American, Organic, French American
Hours of Operation:
The Inn is open for lunch daily, from 11:30am to 2:30pm, Monday - Friday and 11:00am - 3:00pm, Saturday - Sunday.
The Inn opens for nightly at 5:00pm, and serves the full dinner menu from 5:30pm until 10:00pm, Monday - Thursday, from 5:00pm until 11:00pm, Friday - Saturday and from 5:00pm until 10:00pm on Sunday.
between Stone Hill Rd & Pound Ridge Rd
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary valet parking services are offered daily.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The Inn at Pound Ridge by Jean‑Georges looks forward to customizing your special occasion. Whether it be an intimate dinner for 20 in our candlelit only private dining room, or large scale weddings, bar mitzvahs, birthdays, and other events. Please contact our Special Events Manager, Lori Brodsky, for additional information email email@example.com or call (914) 764-1400.
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The Inn at Pound Ridge by Jean-Georges located in Pound Ridge, New York focuses on sourcing locally sustainable ingredients and features farm to table American Cuisine. The original charm of this 1833 historical building has been restored into a rustic farmhouse.
The Inn at Pound Ridge by Jean-Georges Ratings and Reviews
I celebrated my wife's birthday at the Inn and I must say it was magnificent & so worth it. The ambiance is so relaxing, lighting is perfect, beautiful property with great food and service. I HIGHLY recommend this restaurant. Downstairs if you are having a special occasion with a small group of about 16 people, they have a very special space that is so romantic or a nice space to have a nice dinner. It's lit by candelarios, you must check this restaurant out, building is from the 1800's and so spacious. PLEASE don't think twice, you will not regret it. EXCEPTIONAL! * Love it and I will be returning!!
Always the place to be. The food preparation is excellent as is the variety of offerings. In previous visits, the quality of service was most often lacking. On this Sunday night visit just before a holiday, the restaurant was quite busy. We were pleasantly surprised that the service providers were responsive, professional and efficient. Every aspect of this visit was delightful.
We a reservation but waited 15 minutes and were seated in an area that was clearly not busy. Then waited 45 minutes for the meal. It arrived cold. The staff was remarkably unattentive and we had to grab their attention to get updates on when the meal would arrive.
Will never go back.
Classic American dishes taken to a new level of excellence in a simply gorgeous historic setting. The service is perfection, the expansive venue is still cozy and warm . Chef Ron Gallo serves up masterpieces in beautiful Poundridge, worth the trip from any destination. Be sure to save room for the sublime dessert assortment as well.
Food pretty good but overall experience rather haphazard. Firstly ordered a hard cider, a hot cider came. Then asked again, another hot cider came. Then asked again, nothing arrived. Asked the waitress who eventually said they didn’t have one. Apps were fast to come and good. Main course took forever, one (tuna burger) was stone cold and was sent back. Ordered desserts and coffee. Coffee arrived within seconds (superb espresso by the way!), desserts came 10 mins after coffee. Given the cost I expect a much much better experience. The (I presume) manager asked if we enjoyed lunch, I retold the above, he seemed startled and offered nothing...not sure we’ll be back, shame.
The food was flavorful and beautifully presented. There is something for everyone on the menu. We started with tuna tartar, butternut squash dip, & vegan soup. Main courses were griilled lobsters. The service was yet very attentive, yet not overdone. The atmosphere was simple and elegant. The roaring fire and the dimly- lit dining room felt inviting and romantic. Valet parking was nice when it’s so cold out.
Have had multiple lunches here and while the food is always terrific, finally feel compelled to note that service is nowhere near at the same level. This last lunch was the worst. The room was not busy, but water glasses were not kept filled, no bread ever materialized (although it was promised more than once), our order was mixed up with another table’s and we were never asked how everything was. I wish I could say this was a unique event (in which case I would not be taking the time to write this), it was just the worst experience of all. It’s the food that makes us keep returning and hoping for a more professional service experience that matches up.
I live near by and like the atmosphere and ambience of this restaurant but the food is not that impressive and service is very inconsistent. Went recently for brunch with my family and got cold coffee, room temperature eggs. They also forgot to bring a side of fries I ordered for the table and waiter never came back to check on us. Bus boys kept coming up behind us and refilling water over our shoulders..dripped water on my wife twice. Prices are also high for the quality of the meals and variety of menu...which doesn’t seem to change too much. Typical Westchester restaurant trying to be high-end.....average at best and overpriced!
We've dined here before and this visit was not the best. Perhaps it was because of the insanely cold weather (11 degrees). We were seated right on time by very pleasant hostess and the restaurant was nicely decorated for the holidays. The entrees were classic Jean Georges. Delicious and well executed. There were some misses however. The burrata salad was just okay and the butternut squash soup, while tasty, was served cooler than I would have liked. The wine list is excellent but very overpriced. The markup on retail was nearly 3x on some bottles I eyed. The desserts are not to be passed up. Huge sharing portions and great execution. As said earlier, would definitely return but will likely skip the starters and maybe just have cocktails rather than a bottle of wine. Oh, yeah, and it didn't scream Michellin star when the waitress (who was very pleasant) brought our check over because her shift had ended. JGV--you have a few details that need attention here.
Menu choices too limited.
Mushroom soup much too salty, overwhelmed taste of the soup. Likewise sauce with chicken was over-salted.
The bread was only so-so. Olive oil served without option of butter or grated cheese.
The cranberry sorbet dessert was outstanding.
The service was quite good, say 8 out of 10.
Hopefully an off day. More than 30 minutes between app and enter. Erroneously charged for dessert on the price fixe ( lucky I checked the bill; often I don’t). Our coffees and a la carte dessert were comped which was the right thing to do. But the waitress’s dirty fingernails—at a Jean George restaurant? Mon dieu!
Always a fantastic meal at Jean Georges' place in Pound Ridge, NY.
I'd strongly recommend folks in NYC should consider visiting this restaurant as part of a "upstate" NY adventure. It is well worth the trip IMHO.
You can take MetroNorth Harlem River Line out of GCT to the Bedford Hills stop and grab a car to 258 Westchester Ave , Pound Ridge NY. A really nice area to see , and the great meal you will have at the restaurant is the icing on the cake. Upstairs is great space , but if downstairs is available ask to be seated there. Lots of fireplaces on every floor!
All the food is exceptional and you can't go wrong with any item on the menu.
We have been to The Inn several times. As usual the food was quite good. The service has never been great here, good but not what you might expect at a JG restaurant. On this night it was particularity mediocre and very slow. Even the staff greeting us at the front desk seemed very distracted and not quite on their game. Our meal was delicious and because of the food quality we will be going back and hopefully this was just an off night.
Love this place. Unfortunately our waiter was not that attentive and the food was cold when he brought it to us, all of our dishes, not just 1. We sent them back and didn’t return much warmer. Other than that the food tasted wonderful and it was quite pleasant. I would return there. I want to try almost everything on their menu. Looks scrumptious!
Have been here a few times and always look forward to it. This time the food and drink had definitely gone downhill. The “special Bloody Mary mix” had absolutely no flavor. No horseradish. Seemingly no alcohol . Apparently they use Tabasco for the sole seasoning. One of us had it with Tabasco and it was horribly “hot” but no flavor. It tasted like watered down tomato juice. Bloody Mary’s use horseradish for heat usually. We had to ask for bread. It wasn’t warmed which would’ve been nice. The burgers were also tasteless. The special sauce wasn’t great. The hake fish sandwich fell apart. The service wasn’t good. No water refills unless we flagged someone down. A big disappointment.
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