Poconos Restaurants

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  • 1. The Settlers Inn at Bingham Park

    $$$$ | Modern American

    Farm-to-table dining is the focus of this restaurant in Hawley. Seasonal breakfast (brunch on weekends) and dinner menus focus on locally sourced produce, some of which is pulled from the inn’s own on-site herb garden. The dinner menu is divided into elements—earth, wind, water, and fire—designating vegetarian, poultry, fish, or red meat dishes. It includes a locally raised buffalo bolognese served with handcut tagliatelli, and grilled quail with cranberry walnut compote. The restaurant takes the farm-to-table concept seriously, and is fully transparent with where it gets its ingredients; it even goes so far as to list the produce farms, cheese makers, and butchers it uses right on the menu.

    4 Main Ave., Hawley, Pennsylvania, 18428, USA
  • 2. Delmonico Room

    $$$$ | American

    Named for the Delmonico Brothers, early pioneers in the establishment of fine dining in the United States, this elegant hotel restaurant serves breakfast, dinner, and weekend brunch throughout the year. The classic interiors are characterized by molded windows, high ceilings, dark-wood furnishings, and ivory tablecloths. Dinner is served as a four-course fixed-price menu with optional wine pairing; two additional courses can be added on upon request. Breakfast (brunch on Sunday) is served à la carte, and features interesting takes on morning fare, such as blue-crab Benedict and quail eggs with bacon and toast.

    Hotel Fauchère, 401 Broad St., Milford, Pennsylvania, 18337, USA

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: No dinner Mon.–Wed.
  • 3. Moya

    $$$$ | Modern American

    Named for the chef-owner's Ecuadoran hometown, Moya offers a changing menu of contemporary takes on American classics, and offers a surprisingly large selection of seafood dishes for an inland location. It also serves Mediterranean-inspired salads and handmade pastas. The wine list has an impressive variety of offerings from around the world. The restaurant is housed in a 19th-century brownstone building on Jim Thorpe’s historic Race Street, and its interiors are decorated with colorful creations by the owner’s artist wife.

    24 Race St., Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, 18229, USA

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Wed.; also closed Mon. and Tues. Dec.–Mar.
  • 4. River Rock Inn & Restaurant

    $$$$ | American

    The restaurant at Milford’s River Rock Inn is a popular go-to spot for diners looking for no-frills, quality American cuisine. Dinner entrées include pork, veal, and lamb chops, filet mignon, and a selection of pastas and Mediterranean chicken dishes; lunch is a bit simpler, with burgers, sandwiches, sliders, and panini. The River Rock Inn and its restaurant featured on Gordon Ramsey’s Hotel Hell a couple of years ago, and while the celebrity chef was certainly harsh with his review of the restaurant, Ramsey’s revamp has helped the hotel gain popularity with locals and regular visitors to the Poconos.

    210 2nd St., Milford, Pennsylvania, 18337, USA

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon. in winter
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