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The Tavern
The Tavern
Now fully restored, the historic Ho-Ho-Kus Inn & Tavern reopened on December 8, 2009 following a $1.5+ million renovation overseen by its new owners. A local landmark and beloved culinary institution, the restaurant now features an updated classic American menu, with a focus on locally sourced and seasonally sustainable ingredients.

In a departure from the restaurant’s previous incarnations, its new owners have ushered in a more family-friendly style, as well as a more relaxed dress code.

Among the improvements: the addition of a casual 33-seat Tavern, a bluestone patio for outdoor dining and a complete renovation of the Inn’s five dining rooms, each evoking a personality or period in the town’s history.

A local landmark and beloved culinary institution, the historic and charming Ho-Ho-Kus Inn & Tavern features five magnificently restored dining rooms and a stylish Library bar.  The restaurant offers an updated classic American menu, with an emphasis on locally sourced, farm fresh produce and sustainable ingredients. Its atmosphere is family friendly, with a relaxed dress code.

The Crystal Room
In the Crystal and Washington Rooms, enjoy the elegance of the rooms while dining in a relaxed dress code, or simply your best date night attire or business suit.  The choice is yours.  

Our lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch are made with the freshest ingredients brought in that morning. All of our pastas and desserts, and many of our breads, are made fresh every day from our in-house pastry chef to enhance your experience with us!

The Library Bar has a more quiet, sophisticated feel with open seating where you can relax with cocktails, lunch or dinner 
 



If you are interested in more casual fare from our Tavern menu such as the Tavern Burger, with housemade brioche roll, the Tavern is open seating and the perfect place for bringing the family, friends and enjoy a game.  Our craft beer selections as well as many other domestic and imported beer will hit the spot. As the Inn’s former Tap Room, the casual Tavern features seating for 33, including ten at a new centerpiece bar of solid heart pine. A four flat screen televisions, a working fireplace and plentiful local sports memorabilia create a cozy, neighborhood bar atmosphere.  Grab a beer, juicy Tavern Burger, artisanal, rustic pizza and you are good to go for watching a favorite game!

 The second floor private dining spaces or for a weekend reservation:

The Zabriskie Room
The Hermitage Room
The Chateau Room