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Quality Dining Morristown Area

I'm looking for a place to have dinner. What are the best places in the Morristown Area and thereabouts. Willing to travel upwards of 20 minutes from Mendham

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  1. Not sure of your budget, but for upscale / fine dining, check out any one of these three.

    Ninety Acres, Peapack-Gladstone
    http://ninetyacres.com/

    Due Terre, Bernardsville
    http://www.dueterre.com/

    Pluckemin Inn, Bedminster
    http://www.pluckemininn.com/

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    Due Terre
    107 Morristown Rd Ste C, Bernardsville, NJ 07924

    The Pluckemin Inn
    359 US Highway 202, Bedminster, NJ 07921

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    1. il mond de vecchio, resto,bernards inn

      1. If I had to pick one restaurant in or near Morristown for dinner, it would be Resto in Madison. You could also try Rob's Bistro, right next door to Resto (same owners) but it's probably more suitable for lunch. One of my favorite places, also in Madison, is the Garlic Rose. Not as upscale as Resto or some of the other places mentioned but the food is wonderful.

        http://www.restonj.com/

        http://robsbistro.com/

        http://www.garlicrose.com/madison.htm

        Btw, if you live near Mendham, are there any decent restaurants left in Mendham or Chester? What's the Black Horse Tavern like these days?

        1. Copland at the Governor Morris Hotel still gets it done...a decent bar to kick things off too.

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          1. re: coldbeer

            it's actually Copeland, the owners wanted to name it after composer Aaron Copland, but then realized that the name could be misconstrued as "Copland" as in the movie with Sylvester Stallone, so they changed the spelling of the composer's name.

          2. The Bernards Inn has really stepped it up lately,

            Dining there on Wednesday Corey sent us out a serving of Iberian Pork - not cured jamon iberico, but an actually pork loin from these extraordinary rare animals, it had the most interesting texture, a flavor that tended towards acorns/oak and a little stripe of fat that just melted into the meat on our tongues. It was really extraordinary.

            While all of the restaurants mentioned in the previous posts are exceptional, all of them go through cycles and have up and down moments...it may just be us but based on our last three trips there The B Inn seems to be on an impressive high right now

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            The Bernards Inn
            27 Mine Brook Road, Bernardsville, NJ 07924