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Rocky Hill Inn

10  Reviews

(609) 683-8930
137 Washington St
Rocky Hill, NJ 08553

Description

Rocky Hill Inn Tavern - Contemporary American Food

History: From the 1700’s to today, the Rocky Hill Inn has been a cornerstone and an integral part of the community of Rocky Hill, NJ. Rocky Hill is a ver

Phone Numbers

main:
(609) 683-8930

Products

Dining Room, Private Room, Tavern

Brands

The Martinez, Tanqueray #10 London Dry gin and Noilly prat sweet vermouth, a splash of maraschino liqueur, and a dash of Angostura bitters, $9.50, Blood Orange Cosmopolitan, Grey Goose L ‘Orange, Triple Sec, fresh blood orange juice and lime juice, $10.00, “Jersey Julep”, Rock Hill Farms Bourbon, Laird apple jack brandy, fresh mint and simple syrup, The “RHI” Side Car, Laird’s Reserve 12 year old apple brandy, Ciontreau, Hazelnut liqueur, fresh lemon, served up with a rim of hazelnut sugar, $12.00, 518 Rum Runner, 10 Cane rum, Bacardi Limón, maraschino liqueur, pineapple juice, French 75, Hennessy VS, fresh lemon juice, simple syrup and Champagne, “The Rocky”, Absolute peach vodka, Blue Curacao, sweet and sour syrup, $9.00, Specialty Cocktails

Year Established

1700

Payment Methods

All Other Major Credit Cards

Recommended Reviews

Average Rating (10)
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miaif

written: 13 Reviews
We were looking forward to the reopening of this historic building after it's last incarnation, and boy was it worth the wait! The building inside looks terrific, clean and well-appointed, but it is the food that is remarkable. Everything from the combinations of sauces, to sides on very cool book plates. We enjoyed the Diver Scallops which were unbelievabley yummy, with white truffle oil. And the Salmon, perfectly cooked with fennel and kalamata olives. Our friend had the Pork Chop and couldn't stop saying how he finally felt satisfied after trying steakhouses for the perfect chop. The service was friendly formal, young yet surprising, folding the napkin if someone left the table and even escorting me to the restroom. We noticed a nice bar crowd, enjoying the 17 craft beers, looking like "Cheers" - but no Sam Malone. Desserts were equally sumptuous and we were told, done on premises daily - it sure seemed that way - the Bread pudding and Carrot Cake were to die for. All in all, a special atmosphere no matter the more rustic Tavern or more formal white table clothed Rockingham Dining Room- apparently adorned with Chef's family antiques , which add to making this place stand out amoungst a cookie cutter establishment so often seen these days. We will for sure, be back!
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miaif

written: 13 Reviews
We were looking forward to the reopening of this historic building after it's last incarnation, and boy was it worth the wait! The building inside looks terrific, clean and well-appointed, but it is the food that is remarkable. Everything from the combinations of sauces, to sides on very cool book plates. We enjoyed the Diver Scallops which were unbelievabley yummy, with white truffle oil. And the Salmon, perfectly cooked with fennel and kalamata olives. Our friend had the Pork Chop and couldn't stop saying how he finally felt satisfied after trying steakhouses for the perfect chop. The service was friendly formal, young yet surprising, folding the napkin if someone left the table and even escorting me to the restroom. We noticed a nice bar crowd, enjoying the 17 craft beers, looking like "Cheers" - but no Sam Malone. Desserts were equally sumptuous and we were told, done on premises daily - it sure seemed that way - the Bread pudding and Carrot Cake were to die for. All in all, a special atmosphere no matter the more rustic Tavern or more formal white table clothed Rockingham Dining Room- apparently adorned with Chef's family antiques , which add to making this place stand out amoungst a cookie cutter establishment so often seen these days. We will for sure, be back!
Photo of miaif

miaif

written: 13 Reviews
We were looking forward to the reopening of this historic building after it's last incarnation, and boy was it worth the wait! The building inside looks terrific, clean and well-appointed, but it is the food that is remarkable. Everything from the combinations of sauces, to sides on very cool book plates. We enjoyed the Diver Scallops which were unbelievabley yummy, with white truffle oil. And the Salmon, perfectly cooked with fennel and kalamata olives. Our friend had the Pork Chop and couldn't stop saying how he finally felt satisfied after trying steakhouses for the perfect chop. The service was friendly formal, young yet surprising, folding the napkin if someone left the table and even escorting me to the restroom. We noticed a nice bar crowd, enjoying the 17 craft beers, looking like "Cheers" - but no Sam Malone. Desserts were equally sumptuous and we were told, done on premises daily - it sure seemed that way - the Bread pudding and Carrot Cake were to die for. All in all, a special atmosphere no matter the more rustic Tavern or more formal white table clothed Rockingham Dining Room- apparently adorned with Chef's family antiques , which add to making this place stand out amoungst a cookie cutter establishment so often seen these days. We will for sure, be back!
Photo of miaif

miaif

written: 13 Reviews
We were looking forward to the reopening of this historic building after it's last incarnation, and boy was it worth the wait! The building inside looks terrific, clean and well-appointed, but it is the food that is remarkable. Everything from the combinations of sauces, to sides on very cool book plates. We enjoyed the Diver Scallops which were unbelievabley yummy, with white truffle oil. And the Salmon, perfectly cooked with fennel and kalamata olives. Our friend had the Pork Chop and couldn't stop saying how he finally felt satisfied after trying steakhouses for the perfect chop. The service was friendly formal, young yet surprising, folding the napkin if someone left the table and even escorting me to the restroom. We noticed a nice bar crowd, enjoying the 17 craft beers, looking like "Cheers" - but no Sam Malone. Desserts were equally sumptuous and we were told, done on premises daily - it sure seemed that way - the Bread pudding and Carrot Cake were to die for. All in all, a special atmosphere no matter the more rustic Tavern or more formal white table clothed Rockingham Dining Room- apparently adorned with Chef's family antiques , which add to making this place stand out amoungst a cookie cutter establishment so often seen these days. We will for sure, be back!
Photo of miaif

miaif

written: 13 Reviews
We were looking forward to the reopening of this historic building after it's last incarnation, and boy was it worth the wait! The building inside looks terrific, clean and well-appointed, but it is the food that is remarkable. Everything from the combinations of sauces, to sides on very cool book plates. We enjoyed the Diver Scallops which were unbelievabley yummy, with white truffle oil. And the Salmon, perfectly cooked with fennel and kalamata olives. Our friend had the Pork Chop and couldn't stop saying how he finally felt satisfied after trying steakhouses for the perfect chop. The service was friendly formal, young yet surprising, folding the napkin if someone left the table and even escorting me to the restroom. We noticed a nice bar crowd, enjoying the 17 craft beers, looking like "Cheers" - but no Sam Malone. Desserts were equally sumptuous and we were told, done on premises daily - it sure seemed that way - the Bread pudding and Carrot Cake were to die for. All in all, a special atmosphere no matter the more rustic Tavern or more formal white table clothed Rockingham Dining Room- apparently adorned with Chef's family antiques , which add to making this place stand out amoungst a cookie cutter establishment so often seen these days. We will for sure, be back!
Photo of miaif

miaif

written: 13 Reviews
We were looking forward to the reopening of this historic building after it's last incarnation, and boy was it worth the wait! The building inside looks terrific, clean and well-appointed, but it is the food that is remarkable. Everything from the combinations of sauces, to sides on very cool book plates. We enjoyed the Diver Scallops which were unbelievabley yummy, with white truffle oil. And the Salmon, perfectly cooked with fennel and kalamata olives. Our friend had the Pork Chop and couldn't stop saying how he finally felt satisfied after trying steakhouses for the perfect chop. The service was friendly formal, young yet surprising, folding the napkin if someone left the table and even escorting me to the restroom. We noticed a nice bar crowd, enjoying the 17 craft beers, looking like "Cheers" - but no Sam Malone. Desserts were equally sumptuous and we were told, done on premises daily - it sure seemed that way - the Bread pudding and Carrot Cake were to die for. All in all, a special atmosphere no matter the more rustic Tavern or more formal white table clothed Rockingham Dining Room- apparently adorned with Chef's family antiques , which add to making this place stand out amoungst a cookie cutter establishment so often seen these days. We will for sure, be back!
Photo of miaif

miaif

written: 13 Reviews
We were looking forward to the reopening of this historic building after it's last incarnation, and boy was it worth the wait! The building inside looks terrific, clean and well-appointed, but it is the food that is remarkable. Everything from the combinations of sauces, to sides on very cool book plates. We enjoyed the Diver Scallops which were unbelievabley yummy, with white truffle oil. And the Salmon, perfectly cooked with fennel and kalamata olives. Our friend had the Pork Chop and couldn't stop saying how he finally felt satisfied after trying steakhouses for the perfect chop. The service was friendly formal, young yet surprising, folding the napkin if someone left the table and even escorting me to the restroom. We noticed a nice bar crowd, enjoying the 17 craft beers, looking like "Cheers" - but no Sam Malone. Desserts were equally sumptuous and we were told, done on premises daily - it sure seemed that way - the Bread pudding and Carrot Cake were to die for. All in all, a special atmosphere no matter the more rustic Tavern or more formal white table clothed Rockingham Dining Room- apparently adorned with Chef's family antiques , which add to making this place stand out amoungst a cookie cutter establishment so often seen these days. We will for sure, be back!
Photo of miaif

miaif

written: 13 Reviews
We were looking forward to the reopening of this historic building after it's last incarnation, and boy was it worth the wait! The building inside looks terrific, clean and well-appointed, but it is the food that is remarkable. Everything from the combinations of sauces, to sides on very cool book plates. We enjoyed the Diver Scallops which were unbelievabley yummy, with white truffle oil. And the Salmon, perfectly cooked with fennel and kalamata olives. Our friend had the Pork Chop and couldn't stop saying how he finally felt satisfied after trying steakhouses for the perfect chop. The service was friendly formal, young yet surprising, folding the napkin if someone left the table and even escorting me to the restroom. We noticed a nice bar crowd, enjoying the 17 craft beers, looking like "Cheers" - but no Sam Malone. Desserts were equally sumptuous and we were told, done on premises daily - it sure seemed that way - the Bread pudding and Carrot Cake were to die for. All in all, a special atmosphere no matter the more rustic Tavern or more formal white table clothed Rockingham Dining Room- apparently adorned with Chef's family antiques , which add to making this place stand out amoungst a cookie cutter establishment so often seen these days. We will for sure, be back!
Photo of miaif

miaif

written: 13 Reviews
We were looking forward to the reopening of this historic building after it's last incarnation, and boy was it worth the wait! The building inside looks terrific, clean and well-appointed, but it is the food that is remarkable. Everything from the combinations of sauces, to sides on very cool book plates. We enjoyed the Diver Scallops which were unbelievabley yummy, with white truffle oil. And the Salmon, perfectly cooked with fennel and kalamata olives. Our friend had the Pork Chop and couldn't stop saying how he finally felt satisfied after trying steakhouses for the perfect chop. The service was friendly formal, young yet surprising, folding the napkin if someone left the table and even escorting me to the restroom. We noticed a nice bar crowd, enjoying the 17 craft beers, looking like "Cheers" - but no Sam Malone. Desserts were equally sumptuous and we were told, done on premises daily - it sure seemed that way - the Bread pudding and Carrot Cake were to die for. All in all, a special atmosphere no matter the more rustic Tavern or more formal white table clothed Rockingham Dining Room- apparently adorned with Chef's family antiques , which add to making this place stand out amoungst a cookie cutter establishment so often seen these days. We will for sure, be back!
Photo of miaif

miaif

written: 13 Reviews
We were looking forward to the reopening of this historic building after it's last incarnation, and boy was it worth the wait! The building inside looks terrific, clean and well-appointed, but it is the food that is remarkable. Everything from the combinations of sauces, to sides on very cool book plates. We enjoyed the Diver Scallops which were unbelievabley yummy, with white truffle oil. And the Salmon, perfectly cooked with fennel and kalamata olives. Our friend had the Pork Chop and couldn't stop saying how he finally felt satisfied after trying steakhouses for the perfect chop. The service was friendly formal, young yet surprising, folding the napkin if someone left the table and even escorting me to the restroom. We noticed a nice bar crowd, enjoying the 17 craft beers, looking like "Cheers" - but no Sam Malone. Desserts were equally sumptuous and we were told, done on premises daily - it sure seemed that way - the Bread pudding and Carrot Cake were to die for. All in all, a special atmosphere no matter the more rustic Tavern or more formal white table clothed Rockingham Dining Room- apparently adorned with Chef's family antiques , which add to making this place stand out amoungst a cookie cutter establishment so often seen these days. We will for sure, be back!

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