Inn built in 1901 on 25 verdant acres houses chef that crafts homemade steak-house dishes such as free-range lamb and chicken pot pie
What You'll Get
- Type of food: Steakhouse
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The Fine Print
About Old Orchard Inn
Built as a hunting lodge in 1901, Old Orchard Inn was converted to a tearoom in 1931. Since then, the family-owned facility—composed of a spacious patio and lined with stone fireplaces—has been filled with the aroma of homemade steakhouse staples. Those dishes include panko-crusted eggplant wings, chicken pot pie filled with sautéed mushrooms and a signature cranberry orange relish, and the filet mignon duo served with roasted red peppers and sautéed spinach. After meals, diners can wander the inn's 25 verdant acres, where ducks swim in a tranquil pond by an original farmhouse, built-in 1880.
Additionally, to help preserve the environment, Old Orchard Inn recycles 95% of glass, plastic, and paper used by consumers and partners with Buffalo Bio-diesel to convert its used fryer oil into fuel.