About this Business
From Our Editors
In the historic, three-story Spring House, Monroe's Restaurant surrounds patrons with hardwood floors and chandelier lighting as they taste savory family recipes. Where ballroom dancers once glided across spring floors, high-backed booths now cozy up next to a fireplace, warming up diners as they explore lunch plates of paninis and flatbread pizza. Chefs arrange colorful dinner dishes of filet mignon and housemade gnocchi soaked in a sauce of your choice alongside salads of baby arugula, crispy pancetta, goat cheese, dried cranberries, and a port wine vinaigrette. Occasional live entertainment wafts music into the air around the dark wood of the bar, exposed-brick pillars, and diners sampling sips from an expansive wine menu.