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About The Wentworth
The Wentworth dining room at The Wentworth Hotel in the center of Jackson Village serves local and regional cuisine focusing on finding the freshest local ingredients and cooking with care and attention to detail and presentation. This summer we were awarded with "Certified Farm to Restaurant" designation from the NH Farm to Restaurant association. Chef Brian Gazda and his team create nightly specials in addition to the regular menu if you have any allergies or dietry requirements please do not hesitate to ask.
Jackson, NH 03846
Contemporary American, American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 10:00am, Saturday - Sunday: 7:30am - 11:00am; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday:6:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
16A & 16B
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Listen to or sing along with our pianist in our lounge on Friday and Saturday from 8:00PM until closing.
Complimentary parking is available in our hotel parking lot.
Private Party Facilities:
We can offer one of our dining rooms for a private dining function. This dining room is very flexible in its setup and can be customized to meet your specific needs.
Private Party Contact:
Eleanor Koeppel: (603) 383-9700
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Wentworth Ratings and Reviews
The Wentworth Inn is an elegant restored country inn with exquisite ambience. The food is delicious, creative and locally sourced when possible. The wait staff are friendly and knowledgeable. We enjoy dining and staying there at least once a year. If it were closer to our home we would be there frequently.
My wife and I decided to go to Jackson to celebrate our 25th Anniversary. As we have visited Jackson several times, we decided to try a new place, and decided on The Wentworth Inn. The experience was great, from helpful and attentive employees (Meghan and Carol in the dining room) to outstanding food to drinks on the veranda, it was a perfect choice. A nice lounge with a piano player added to the ambience, as did the fireplace and outdoor Jacuzzi in our suite. We will be back, and it will be soon!
Spent a few days at The Wentworth for our 25th wedding anniversary. Breakfast was great, nice variety of choices and a generous portion of food. Fresh and hot!!
Dinner was great also. Nice menu a little of everything. Each day featured a special. Food was fresh, delicious and beautifully presented. Korean short ribs appetizer is a must have! Service was great, very attentive and pleasant.
We have eaten at the Wentworth a number of times for dinner, and it continues to be excellent. The food is superb, including creative appetizers and entrées. The chief does a great job with local ingredients and the accompaniments to the meal. It really is great dining, and the best in the Jackson area. A 'must' try!
I made a last minute reservation for the Wentworth upon the recommendation of a co-worker and I was greatly disappointed in the time it took to be seated and also with the service. The restaurant seemed to be understaffed and for a busy Friday night and also we had to deal with disruptive diners at the other table and the staff seemed not to want to tell them that they were bothering people at other tables. I also put in a note that it was my significant other's birthday that night and no one even acknowledged it. We will not be returning to this restaurant upon our next trip to the area.
Dinner with my wife (a gourmet cook) after a full day of hiking on Mt. Washington the Wentworth Restaurant was a real treat. The BBQ Pork Rib appetizer was excellent, just enough spice, Veal Saltimbocca was v. good, the Pan Roasted Salmon was excellent. The wine list by the bottle, is extensive and well selected with prices ranging from reasonable to very expensive. The wine by the glass list was less extensive but well selected and all reasonably priced.
The décor of the entire restaurant, bar and dinning area, is beautiful. We will be back.
It was our second time here for meal. We started off with the Korean boneless spareribs. They were very tasty and had just enough heat, I almost wish this was an entrée. I had the beef tenderloin with cauliflower and carrots and it was excellent. My partner had the Coco and chili encrusted pork tenderloin and he really enjoyed it. We shared the tiramisu for dessert. We were seated in the back dining room because the hostess thought we would like it quiet because they were screaming kids in the other dining room. It was nice but there wasn't much of you because the fence blocks The backyard. If they strong some lights along the fence and planted some barrel planters in the back with ficus trees with lights or pine trees with lights it would make for a better lock instead of looking at a plain old fence. I would go back in the future.
Our anniversary was celebrated with truly excellent food: an amazing grilled salmon (almost too large a piece and perfectly cooked) on a mix of fresh corn, mushrooms and tomatoes. Perfect gin and tonic and quite nice and very fresh mussels with grilled bread. The creme brûlée was good but my husband's apple galette was amazing. The hotel dining room is lovely with understated colors and art. Our service was very competent and almost too prompt.
We visit The Wentworth every time that we go to Jackson. The restaurant is a pleasant oasis after an adventurous day in the mountains.
The food selections are varied and well prepared .The ambiance is very serene and relaxing.
The service is very friendly and welcoming.
We recommend the Wentworth for a great dining experience .
Great classic spot in the heart of the white mountains. Perfect for a couple (married, dating, whoever). Great food and white the pre-fix menu a great deal. My wife and I share the apps (spinach salad and lobster ravioli) which was yummy. The pork tender loin and filet was delicious and the desert topped it off.
As a bonus (maybe not to some), panio bar on Saturday night in the summers. Got livily when the wedding guests (also a fixture on weekends in the summer) rolled in around 10. Fun for a while and then made an escape before things really got rolling.
Disappointed. Reserved for the night of July 2. We chose the special menu of the day. Amuse bouche was fine. The waitress came back and said the black mushroom soup was not available and suggested the cauliflower curry soup and then she came back again saying the kitchen was not making any more soups. Had the main dish - Coquilles St. Jacques and was meh. We don't feel we got what we were charged.
Our two-day-stay included breakfast and dinner. The vegetables and vegetarian parts of the dinner were excellent in taste and nicely presented, as well as the dessert. The wine (Californian) was outstanding. The only downside was the server mixing wine from two different bottles (of the same name of course) to fill up my glass. The meat I had (filet mignon, ordered medium - delivered well done) and the pork tenderloin were too dry.
"Wait to be seatet" lasted almost five minutes until the responsible person appeared. But the food was worth the wait...
The restaurant offers a quiet atmosphere with furnishings reflecting the turn of 19th century. We felt very comfortable.
Breakfast (buffet and order) on the outside terrace was good, the view relaxing.
My husband and I stayed 6/3-6/5. We had the meal plan, which was a good idea.
Friday (6/3) we had dinner, and our server Tam was wonderful. She explained some of our choices and her timing on bringing our food, couldn't be beat.
But on Sat night (6/4) our server was Jo Jo and she was horrible...We ordered soup which both of us just didn't care for, it wasn't what we were use to eating. We did not call her over to complain, we just moved our bowls to the side. When she came over and asked if we didn't like the soup and what was the matter with it. We just said we JUST didn't like the taste. She asked if we wanted a salad, we both declined, and said we would wait for our entrée. From that moment on she treated us like we had the plague. She wouldn't come near our table. The HOSTESS served our entrée, the HOSTESS cleared our plates, the HOSTESS asked us if we wanted dessert. The whole time JO JO was talking and waiting on the people all around us. She finally came over and said "what can I get you" I guess that meant for dessert!! We told her and then we sat there for 35 minutes waiting for dessert. While other tables that she took there dessert order after us, were getting there dessert. Just because we didn't care for 1 item on your menu, is no call for us to be treated that way. I know Hostesses help out, but the Hostess did not do anything for any other of JO JO tables, except us. It ruined our dinner.. we are happy with everything else the Wentworth had. We might try and come back again. We know that one thing shouldn't be a deciding factor, but I felt your dining room staff is a big selling point, and she didn't sell anything except rudeness..thank you for listening.
My husband and I had dinner at The Wentworth and had planned on splitting three items. Instead, we both got the Prix Fixe dinner: three courses and a "surprise" from the chef as a starter. I began with a jumbo shrimp cocktail: 5 perfectly cooked shrimp, chilled and served with a tangy sauce. That was followed by the lobster entree (the tail removed from the shell and served with drawn butter and claw meat served over vegetables) and then tiramisu for dessert. The Wentworth let us pick any items off the menu....amazing. If we had been in a major city, the cost of dinner would have been doubled. Cost aside, everything was cooked perfectly. Oh yes, and like every other restaurant in a Jackson, the Wentworth had super white wine from New Zealand.
My husband and I climbed Mt. Washington earlier that day and in the evening to Celebrate our 1st Wedding Anniversary, we dined at The Wentworth.
Our service was fantastic! There was a wedding going on too and the wedding guests had sat down to dinner as we sat so there was a bit of a wait between courses, but we didn't mind that at all....it gave us time to enjoy our bottle of wine.
My husband had surf n'turf, he said it was delicious, I had the lobster dish, it was very tasty although my potatoes & veg could have been a little hotter.
Otherwise excellent meal, we really enjoyed our experience!
We thoroughly enjoy dining at the Wentworth, especially for a special occasion - like our anniversary. The food is always exceptional as is the presentation and the service. Our server, Leon, was quite attentive. We never felt rushed - just was able to sit and relax and enjoy a wonderful meal. There are so many interesting things on the menu to choose from. The dining room is quite lovely - just a special place!
The food was delicious, and the service and attention to detail was remarkable. Servers were friendly and interested in ensuring that diners were pleased with the experience. I highly recommend the Wentworth for special occasions...for that unforgettable experience.
The Wentworth restaurant is lovely. The ambience is low key, quiet and very pleasant. The food is outstanding and they have a new and very talented chef.
The service was perfect. Tam, our waitress was friendly and professional. She was a delight as usual.
They have a Prix Fix dinner at $40 which is a nice solution when deciding what to order. Overall, this is my favorite local dining spot!! We always choose it for special occasions and entertaining guests.
If your looking for a romantic get away with adventure around the corner I would recommend The Wentworth Inn in Jackson NH. You can hike numerous locations, shop till you drop, visit breweries then come back and enjoy a 4-5 star dining experience. The food is outstanding and the service exceptional.
The staff at the Wentworth were very friendly and attentive. We stayed at the hotel and dined on 3 separate occasions. Each time the wait staff was friendly, accommodating and knowledgable about the menu. The staffs' description of menu items showed they valued the chefs preparations and cared about presentation and service. Recommendations were right on. Food was great too!
WE had dinner here on 2 nights. The first was a Monday. Food not too good.Steak overcooked, also we were never asked how we would like them cooked. Disappointed.
The second night was much better. It was a Tuesday. The food was properly cooked.
WE later found out that the kitchen staff was different on Tuesday. Much better!!
I don't know if I'd recommend the restaurant - But I do recommend the hotel!!
Each year during our vacations in Jackson, a trip to the Wentworth is in order, and for good reason. The prix fix menu is a good value that offers excellent choices of first and second course items, as well as dessert. This visit was no exception and the combination of great food and service in an intimate atmosphere provides a highpoint to the ski vacation.
My wife and I went here for Valentine's Day. We stayed at the hotel so dinner and breakfast were both included in the cost of the room. We arrived at 8:00 pm for dinner and were promptly seated. It was a four course meal, appetizer, soup or salad, entrée, and dessert. The food was very good and unique. Unfortunately there was about 30 minutes between courses so we left around 10:00 feeling very unsatisfied. Serving sizes were fancy small, very nice presentation. Great upscale dining but for those on a budget, not really worth the money. The entire meal came to about $50 per person, $30 dollars of which was the entrée, which had $20 worth of food at best. So if you want fancy dining and have some money to throw away the spot is definitely worth a shot. Had the courses come a little quicker, this would've been a much better review. Breakfast was decent. Typical continental breakfast with cereal, yogurt, fruit, pastries, and your choice of hot items added onto the buffet. Quicker to get your order, but mine came in wrong. Nothing too horrible so I just ate it and left.
I guess it boils down to this; the food was very good and tasty, but the service definitely needs improvement.
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