Chef creates rustic Italian and New American meals, such as seafood risotto and braised beef short ribs, in a home built in the 1860s
About This Deal
- $50 for $70 worth of Italian and American dinner cuisine for two or more
See the dinner menu.
About Blooming Grove Inn
In the mid 1860s, the house that had stood on the Green family's property since Richard Green purchased it in the 1740s was dismantled. The building that became the Blooming Grove Inn was erected in its place. Over the years, the building has lived many lives—an ideal place for a stage coach stop, a speakeasy during Prohibition, and a restaurant that, according to local legend, frequently played host to baseball great Ted Williams.
In November 2014, after massive renovations that restored the spot to its former glory, it reopened as Blooming Grove Inn. Guests now can dine on Italian and American cuisine, including the ravioli du jour, caramelized sea scallops, seafood risotto, and rack of lamb, all with a side-order of American history.