Drafted by renowned architect Ward Wellington Ward in 1910, Mohegan Manor’s recent renovations restored grandeur to the 100-year-old building. The manor's classic, rich menu and matching interior make it an ideal space for hosting wedding and union ceremonies, receptions, and parties. A main ballroom dazzles with a 22-foot domed ceiling, hardwood floors, and a 15'x30' mural painted with the first oils to extend a hand of friendship toward water. The four-story edifice also houses a traditional restaurant, in which butternut-squash ravioli and prosciutto-wrapped roast chicken sate matured palates and chicken tenders please dining children. A members-only sushi lounge hosts cucumber and tuna maki alongside inventive house recipes such as the Lobster Monster, packed with cucumber, scallions, asparagus, and wasabi mayo that scream in harmony upon meeting the featured lobster.