Ordered French Onion Soup as a starter. I have eaten this soup hundreds of times from many restaurants across the country and this was the best I have ever eaten. Main course I tried elk for the first time. OMG this was sooo delicious and the sauce was terrific. The staff were all so very friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend the Beaumont Inn for any occasion. Thanks Jeff for and outstanding experience.
The Elk Tenderloin was out of this world! Chef Jeff truly nailed it with this dish. I live 45 Miles away from the Beaumont Inn and would gladly drive here any time for the quality of this food. Well done!
Nice rooms. It's an older hotel with a quaint feel to it. The staff is extremely friendly. They have a wonderful restaurant with seasonal items. The wine list is phenomenal (I didn't get to enjoy it because I was working). The bar is exceptional too. Would highly recommend this place a room, meal, or drink.
The Beaumont Inn has an enticing atmosphere with a pleasant staff. The restaurant was clean and inviting.
The French Onion soup was tasty, and the lump crab cakes were delicious. One can replace tartar sauce with cocktail sauce upon request.
The Shrimp Scampi (28) wasn't very good. The homemade linguine was a nice touch, as it wasn't thick and unmanageable, and the shrimp were large and filling; however, the scampi sauce was akin to a garlic soup, and completely overpowered the lemon and white wine flavors. I made an effort just to finish the shrimp, and left much of the linguine on the dish untouched.
The Chicken Marsala ($24) was fine. The chicken was a bit dry, and the sauce a bit salty, but overall the dish was pleasing.
The White Chocolate Blueberry Cobbler was rich and smooth, and comes highly recommended. The chocolate cake was also very rich and a sure go-to.
The Beaumont Inn has fine dining pricing, but misses the mark with their entrees. Some adjustments can be made to justify the cost.