Love eating at the tavern. Food is excellent. Tavern is a step back in time. The Beekman Arms is a very old inn. Great place to stay.
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Disappointed in the food. My husband had shrimp stuffed with crabmeat. It seems like it was done earlier and reheated. Funny flavor. Not enjoyable at all. My lamb chops were cooked to my liking, but had no flavor.
Atmosphere is elegant and historic. Atrium looks out on manicured lawn.Lunch was delicious and moderately priced, and waitstaff pleasant and attentive
I asked some park employees after I visited Franklin Roosevelt's home where I could eat and one who was NOT an employee (because they are restricted from recommendations!) said I would like this place and just 10 miles away in Rhinebeck. Actually, I ate there...More
Always like this place, wonderful atmosphere, good service and oh those Spicy Shrimp appetizers. Have never had a bad meal there, fish dinners are especially good.
Met friends here for an early dinner. Waitress was very friendly and attentive but service was sloooowww. Our meals were fine, good not great. My salmon could have been cooked a bit more. Friends had salads for dinner. They said they were good. As I...More
We often eat at the Beekman Arms tavern for dinner or brunch. The place is historic and beautiful. The food is always very good. I love the Lamb Shank in winter, when we usually sit at the old "Wine Cellar" -- very quiet and cozy....More
We always try to eat at the Tavern at Beekman Arms on our annual trip to Rhinebeck. This time we sat in the sunroom area. Despite the rainy weather outside, it was a lovely setting. All three of us enjoyed our lunches and were happy...More
The inn is charming and historic, the service is competent and friendly, too bad the food is subpar. Three years ago I had a dinner of dried out salmon and a salad of a few unripe tomatoes, flavorless carrots and cucumbers and lots of tough...More