- $25 for $44 toward a New American dinner or the Basta Experience
At the Restaurant at Mohegan Manor, visitors can choose from two dining concepts:
- The New American menu displays a mix of global influences in its entrees, which have included grilled bone-in pork chop, seared duck breast, pad thai, crab risotto, and almond- and parmesan-crusted artichoke hearts.
- Available Thursday and Friday, the Basta Experience is a six-course chef’s dinner served in small plates. This meal has a distinctly Italian flavor—dishes have included stuffed roma tomatoes, lightly bread veal, and lamb-loin ravioli—and includes suggestions for wine pairings.
- View the menus here.
Built in 1910, the red-brick Mohegan Manor serves as an elegant setting for nearly any grand event or night out. For weddings and banquets for every occasion, couples and party planners can anticipate gorgeous decor and customized menus coordinated by onsite staff. But the manor's day-to-day operations are to be admired, too.
At the Restaurant at Mohegan Manor, you might find old-school touches like brown leather furniture and strains of jazz, but the cuisine has a distinctly modern edge. Diners feast on seafood sausage with cardamom sauerkraut, risotto with lump crab and julienned snap peas, and red-currant-glazed rack of lamb with caraway gnocchi. Alternatively, visitors might head to the manor's Club Sushi for hand-rolled sushi and nigiri. Purchasing a yearlong membership there earns you wine and cigar discounts, free sushi deliveries, and other perks—perhaps a contemporary twist on dining clubs of yore.