One of Pennsylvania’s finest Pocono Restaurants
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Home to the one of the best restaurants in the Poconos, The French Manor Inn and Spa’s elegant dining room features a 40 foot vaulted ceiling and two massive fireplaces. Request a table on the terrace for a wonderful view of the Pocono Mountains, or a table by the fireplace for the most romantic dining experience. Our gourmet dinner menu rivals other local Pocono restaurants with both Classical and Nouvelle French Cuisine. Candlelight dining, culinary expertise and our pampering staff make each meal a memorable dining experience. Proper attire required. (Jackets requested for gentlemen). Please note that the restaurant is not suitable for children under the age of 12 years.
Find out what sets the dining room at The French Manor Inn and Spa apart from other restaurants in the Poconos and book your table today! Check out our various menus to see what our Executive Chef is serving up at the inn.
Casual Dining on the Terrace or in Hanna’s Café
Enjoy casual dining in our Hanna’s Cafe or on the Stone Veranda – which offers a stunning 20 mile view of the Northern Pocono Mountains. You have the choice of ordering from our dining room menu or a Cafe menu in either location. Enjoy the best view of any restaurants in the Poconos with our airy and romantic Terrace dining or cozy up in Hanna’s Café!
A Full Gourmet Breakfast Each Morning
Unlike other restaurants in the Poconos or other hotels, breakfast is served in our dining room each morning. In nice weather, breakfast can be accommodated on the stone veranda overlooking the view. Breakfast in Bed can also be arranged with advanced notice (additional service charges apply).
- The French Manor receives its 11th consecutive AAA 4-diamond award
- “French Manor’s newest addition strives for the perfect flavor” – Times Leader, June 16, 2010
- One of the Pocono Mountains only 4-diamond rated restaurants!
- Featured in Gourmet Magazine as one of Pennsylvania’s Best Restaurants.
- Written in Philadelphia Inquirer as “Dinner Fit for a King.”