The food was good. The clam chowder was excellent. The pasta appetizer could have been a meal alone. Nice wine menu.
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The setting and food were awesome. We had requested a seating outside to enjoy the outdoors experience in the summer. We couldn’t focus on the dinner as we we’re besieged with mosquitoes. On asking if this was usual, the hostess replied yes, but it’s better...More
In a romantic dining room with professional servers and a chef who knows his business, we experienced a most wonderful meal. We started with the waitress bringing out a basket of freshly baked rolls and a truffle butter that was to die for..Then a plate...More
While visiting friends out in Quogue, we had dinner at J.H. finding it to be a very pleasant meal. While the menu was limited, the salmon was done to perfection, and the duck was excellent. Services was good, not great.
Amazing food in a beautiful historic house. The service was great and our meals were delicious. They were very accommodating and relocated us from the pretty outdoor garden to the inside area when the bugs started attacking. Would definitely eat here again.
I have had many meals at JH as I used to live in the area. Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner in the main dining room/Speakeasy/bar/outside/breakfast room. There is nothing I would change. Duck wings to die for, incredible salads, Cheese, mushroom, truffle flatbread (a personal favorite). The pastas are...More
Excellent food and great staff . We will definitely be back. This place was above my expectations. Love the atmosphere and the quaint decor.
Recently had dinner with friends and we were all in agreement. Excellent dining. Crispy duck wings were a great appetizer. Exceptional. My wife had the duck breast and said that it was the best she's ever had. My rack of lamb was excellent. Beautiful setting...More
A wonderful Inn with an equally wonderful restaurant. The grounds are well manicured and inviting. There is outside dining available with a beautiful view. Inside dining is available in the dinging room, the bar area, or downstairs in the Speakeasy (knock three times and whisper...More
Located a few miles outside of Riverhead and just a few blocks from the Peconic river, this restaurant and inn occupy a substantial lot, with a remodeled home serving as the headquarters. there is ample parking in the back, and the building is surrounded by...More