Dining Hall of the Hope & Glory Inn


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Fine Dining - Local Farm and Boat To Table

Hours:
DINNER
THURSDAY - MONDAY - FIVE DAYS A WEEK
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED AND AVAILABLE BETWEEN 6 PM AND 8 PM
YOUR TABLE IS YOURS FOR THE EVENING
PRIX FIXE MENU - $75 PER PERSON PLUS TAX AND GRATUITY

About Dining Hall of the Hope & Glory Inn:


Rappahannock Oysters from Kellum Seafood served every night


THE DINING HALL of the HOPE AND GLORY INN AND VINEYARD

The Dining Experience

“The Dining Hall” is a prix fixe* and table de hote** fine dining restaurant situated just off the lobby; and, next to Hope and Glory’s bar “Detention”. This nationally acclaimed boutique hotel was once a schoolhouse - thus the names.

These stylish menus enable our Chef Meseret to focus on offering our dining guests the ultimate fine dining experience where the type of menu enables her and her staff to showcase not only her talent; but, also enables her to source local seafood, vegetables and fruits. Local shellfish, especially oysters and crab; and, local fish are always included in the menu which changes weekly.

Though Hope and Glory overnight guests have priority seating, the Dining Hall is open to everyone with advanced reservations.

There is limited seating permitting just 20 guests. However,your table is yours for the evening allowing a progressive pace; but, one that suits you.

Meet Our Chef

Ms. Crockett, the Executive Chef and Manager at the Hope and Glory Inn and Vineyard, was born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; and, was educated in French schools. She is a graduate of the Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts. Fluent in five languages, it is not uncommon for her to speak Italian,French and German when recommending wines from those countries. She is known to the producers of the Food Network having hosted them for dinner at the Hope and Glory Inn. Earlier this year, she was invited to New York to attend a Food Network Cooking School event for her fellow Ethiopian Chef Marcus Samuelson. Samuelson last year was the honoree at the James Beard Foundation’s Chefs & Champagne event. Samuelsson joined a list of predecessors including Martha Stewart, Thomas Keller, Daniel Boulud, Wolfgang Puck, Bobby Flay, Emeril Lagasse … Chef Crockett is also known to celebrity Chef Tom Colicchio; also, a Hope and Glory guest and a five-time James Beard Award winner.



Contact:

Dudley Patteson

Phone:
804.438.6053

Email:
inquiries@hopeandglory.com

Website:
http://www.hopeandglory.com

Address:
65 Tavern Rd
Irvington, VA 22480


Sponsors

Virginia is for Oyster Lovers
Northern Neck Planning District Commission
Dredge Restaurant
Hotel Madison Sponsor
Virginia Water Trails
Virginia Seafood
Oyster & Wine Festival
Shellfish Growers of Virginia

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