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Top 10 Fine Dining in the Poconos

You have been traveling and site-seeing and partaking in other Pocono activities and you would like to find that extra special restaurant that offers fine dining but are unsure of where to look?
Depending on where you are in the Pocono Mountains region, there is a magnificent variety of exquisite venues all around to choose from.

If you find yourself along the Delaware River in Milford maybe looking into some music events, then the Cliff Park Inn would be the ideal place to dine. The Colonial dining room is majestic and with a wood burning fireplace and the antique furniture, it sets the mood perfectly for that Gourmet dinner. Your tastes can be tamed by either an International and exotic menu or a just-as-enjoyable Traditional menu, and an extensive selection of spirits and wines also compliment the aromas and flavors to savor. Desserts are always homemade to top off that flavorful meal.

Also in Milford is the Hotel Fauchere – The Delmonico Room. The culinary history of this restaurant started back in 1867 and provides a classic cuisine and high quality standards. The restaurant is in Brasserie style and has a selection of fine foods that can please even the fussiest palette. Flavors encompassed are Modern European, French and Continental. The downstairs Bar Louis offers specialty cocktails.

If you are traveling up to Huckleberry Mountain and near South Sterling, you can enjoy fine Pocono dining at the French Manor. The outside grounds are gorgeous with gardens to stimulate your senses and a prelude to what you may find inside. This exclusive restaurant is lush, with 40 foot vaulted ceilings and two large fireplaces and elegance sings out from every corner. The French and European cuisine is award winning and unforgettable.

In Stroudsburg there is Andrew Moore’s Stone Bar Inn close to Snydersville. This is a sophisticated-feeling establishment with elegance coupled with contentment.  The cuisine focuses on International foods with a wide variety of seafood, pastas, meats and poultry dishes, all prepared in an innovative way. There is an outside deck offered to diners and the desserts are always homemade.

East Stroudsburg offers Peppe’s Ristorante as a unique and wonderful place to dine.
With brick arches and welcoming table settings, your special dining experience has just begun. The cuisine is focused around Northern Italian and Continental and the options available are just a perfect balance on the menu. Fresh is the word spoken here and the aromas will capture your heart and mind and the daily specials are a must try. The desserts are imaginative and plentiful and there is a children’s menu available. The Cappuccino Bar and Lounge is also a delicious start or end to your dining experience or from the Café Menu.

Lake Harmony is a destination that not only holds beauty with fantastic views, but the dining experience at Nick’s Lake House is worth plotting into your GPS. The atmosphere is of contentment and relaxation while the menu circles around eclectic and traditional, the freshest seafood and many other mouthwatering selections, this dining is more of an adventure for your palette. The desserts are creative and delicious. During nice weather, you can enjoy your dining experience out on the deck, overlooking Lake Harmony.

If you are finding yourself in Cresco, then The Homestead Inn is where you should spend some time and relish in all that the restaurant has to offer. With a beautiful country setting, the cozy fireplace, the cuisine has some of the finest foods available, prepared to perfection. Infused flavors will enhance your mood and the wine list is extensive to accompany your meal. The desserts are also a compliment to your meal, leaving you satisfied and content.

Does your Poconos getaway take you to Blakeslee? If so, then you are bound to come across the Blakeslee Inn & Restaurant. The cuisine is French, with splashes of American and Tuscan. The attention to detail and the service of the staff compliment the meal so nicely.
The Inn also encompasses the Fireside Martini Lounge which provides live entertainment and a rare menu of Fondue’s.

While you are in the Pocono Mountains and if you are near Swiftwater, then you will want to experience The Chophouse (Woodfield Manor). This restaurant is loaded with everything a traveler could want for in a Pocono dining experience. This steakhouse has everything for someone with a big appetite. And being a steakhouse also means a seafood heaven as well. The staff are amazing, the atmosphere is exactly what a top-shelf steakhouse should be, inviting, warm and comfortable. The food is cooked to beyond perfection and the selection of exotic meats is an eye-opener. This is truly an experience you do not want to miss out on.

Now if you find yourself tucked away in a little place called Nesquehoning near Jim Thorpe district, then you are at the gates of Heaven (for dining). You only need to go to Macaluso’s At the Lantern Inn to experience what it tastes like to eat heavenly food. Have you ever had the urge to lick your plate clean but never ate anything so delicious that caused you to do it?  A meal here will tempt you far more then you ever have been, every bite of your meal, melting in your mouth. A very friendly atmosphere, accommodating staff and worth every single moment you spend here.

The Pocono Mountains gives new meaning to the words “fine dining”, with so many different venues to explore through your taste buds. Everyone loves an adventure and through all the exciting Pocono activities that you experience, one of the biggest adventures is, to see where your palette will take you. The directions you can go while in the Poconos is only limited through your imagination, but the road to your palette is not limited at all, it is waiting to savor everything that you are willing to taste.

Nestled within the Pocono Mountains are quaint cafés, places for a enjoyable cup of tea, a drink, a beer or spirit, all as a prelude to your fine dining experience.

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