It's nostalgia at its best -- food is good -- the setting is wonderful -- the service is professional -- just a nice place
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I have attempted to contact the Briarwood nine times by phone to discuss scheduling a Fall 2018 wedding. Seven of those times, I actually spoke to a person who said they would have someone contact me- once it was even the owner! We set up...More
Trout, filet, lobster bisque and a dark chocolate Pavlova. Everything crazy good! In addition, it was picture perfect - the chef must be an artist for everything was arranged to please the eye. Our server was helpful, answering our questions with with the confidence that...More
We go here for special occasions and occasional group gatherings for lunches. Service is top notch, menu is broad and fantastic and the food is unbeatable. So are the prices for dinners. Lunches, not so much. Really quality place for a really special occasions.
THE MOST incredible food in a long long time!! From the hostess to everyone involved with our dinner was absolutely 1st class! The food, awesome, beyond words! This establishment is very high end and their employees exemplify that. I would highly recommend this place to...More
Picture a 1970's ski chalet for decor and ambiance. Add an expensive/average dinner with uninspired service. The lobster bisque at $17 had no lobster to speak of. Should be called tomato soup. Filet Mignon was adequate. No where near worth the price.
This restaurant is clearly upscale and expensive. It is obvious when you walk in. The atmosphere is calm, quiet and relaxing. Service was better than adequate, but some of the business protocols are not welcoming. No split checks, no split dishes. Menu very limited and...More
My husband surprised me for our anniversary last week and we went to The Briarwood for dinner. We had a wonderful experience all around. The service (Judith) was fantastic. She was amazing. Nice atmosphere. The food was absolutely wonderful. I had the spring pea ravioli...More
We couldn't believe how expensive and tasteless our meals were at the Briarwood Inn tonight. The food was cold and it took 7 min to get a salt and pepper shaker that would work so we could try to have flavor. Our Lobster was cold...More