Fabulous, historic atmosphere, great food. Spoiled with 5 courses, ambiance was priceless. Awesome!!
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Amazing food and great atmosphere in small parlor rooms set up for dining. The history pf the Briarhurst is fun, and we spent time trying to see if any ghosts were in around while we were eating.
We were staying at the Cliff House and heard great things about the Manor and the restaurant. Made reservations and told them we were celebrating a birthday. Manor is gorgeous and everything was going great ( birthday wishes from host and first server). Rooms are...More
We went out for a romantic dinner, to celebrate my husband's birthday a couple weeks late. The Briarhurst Manor was an excellent choice. Our server Denny was pleasant and very good at his job. He up-sold us the five-course meal, and we really enjoyed it....More
My husband and I had our wedding at the Briarhurst 18 years ago, we went back on our first anniversary and recently we finally made our way back there for a dinner one night It's a beautiful place for a wedding (the manor and the...More
Love this place. Little pricy but it’s worth it. Dinner was amazing and so was the service. If you are looking for a special place to visit this is it.
We sat for about 25 minutes after ordering drinks with no further contact from our server Morgan. We had the 5course meal. Amuse bouche was the best thing we ate. Our entrees came out 5 minutes after receiving our first course but were taken back...More
Lovely atmosphere, outstanding flavors and great service. Good wine selection. We highly recommend this for every special occasion. It is and has been one of our favorites for many years and will continue to keep coming back.
My wife's and my birthday are days apart and we chose Briarhurst based upon previous reviews and utilized their Groupon offer for the 5 course meal. We were very pleased that the staff received our special request ahead of time and honored it, plus they...More