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Sergeantsville, NJ (near Flemington, Lambertville, New Hope)

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Sergeantsville, NJ (near Flemington, Lambertville, New Hope)

Jill-O | Mar 23, 2001 02:48 PM

I posted this on Mid-Atlantic...I was originally responding to a Princeton, NJ posting but I really think that Tristate is where it should be - so here it is...

My Honey, for my birthday last weekend, took me to a really nice B&B in Sergeantsville, NJ (about 30 min. from Princeton, 30 min. from Rutgers, 10-15 min from Lambertville, NJ and New Hope, PA). It is called Silver Maple Farms and run by great guys, Bill and Steve - 200+ year-old farmhouse and buildings, lots of acreage, a working organic farm, they even have goats. ALso a hot tub (up and running and great) and pool (will be ready for the season, they say) and they allow dogs (have hound, will travel!). It was a great weekend and I provided the link below. The breakfasts were really good (omelets, pecan waffles, eggs and pork roll - one on each of the 3 mornings we were there) and Bill is Becky Home-Ecky always baking up a storm (molasses cookies, banana chocolcate chip pan cookies...mmmm). I really recommend the place.

FOr one dinner we went to a very nice place they suggested in Rosemont called Cafe (sometimes referred to as the Rosemont Cafe). It is at the cross of County Routes 519 & 604 in Rosemont, NJ phone# is 609.397.4097 (very close to New Hope/Lambertville and FLemington). It is BYO, very reasonably priced, and the food is incredibly well prepared. My starter was a Manchego (a sharp, Spanish cheese similar to a peccorino romano, I suppose) and Garlic Flan - soooo rich and cramy and good, I almost cried. I had the duck breast, Honey had the pork loin (good, not great) - good homemade butterscotch pudding for dessert (and a good cheesecake too). Really comfy and romantic place. On Wednesdays they do a prix fixe menu (SOmething riduculous like $20 for 3 courses) around a type of cuisine. The flyer we saw had Japanese food touted - nice selections (2-3 for each course) too. Someone in the kitchen is really talented, it is obvious...

Link: http://www.silvermaplefarm.net

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