large fresh maine lobster, coconut-lemongrass sauce, multi-grain pilaf, fennel & coriander
Hudson Valley Duck Breast
crisp polenta, quebecoise cider glazed brussels sprouts & red cabbage, apple balsamic reduction
pan seared filet mignon & slow braised beef cheek, variations of winter squash
please select from our dessert menu
Charcuterie & Daryen's Hand Crafted Salumi
•Prosciutto San Daniele: 18-Month Aged, Northern Italy •Bresaola: House Cured Beef Sea Salt & Rosemary •Soppressata: Large Salami Studded with Peppers & Spices •Tuscan Salami: Small Salami with Fennel & Garlic •Capicola: House Cured & Slow Roasted Pork Loin
Crispy Brussels Sprouts with Soy & Sesame Glaze - GF, DF, V
Please Alert Your Server to Any Food Allergies GF=Gluten Free, DF=Dairy Free, V=Vegetarian, N=Contains Nuts While Glenmere offers gluten-free menu options, we are not a gluten-free facility. Cross-contamination may occur, and Glenmere is unable to guarantee that any item can be completely free of allergens.
The Frogs End Tavern is available Monday-Saturday 11am-9pm and Sunday 3pm-9pm. The Supper Room is available Thursday-Saturday 6pm-9pm and Sunday for Brunch 12pm-3pm.
Glenmere was built in 1911 as the country retreat of industrialist Robert Goelet. He commissioned the leading architects of the day, Carrère and Hastings, to create an Italianate mansion reminiscent of the villas of Tuscany that had enchanted him in his travels. Goelet perched the opulent mansion on a hilltop overlooking Glenmere Lake amid thousands of acres of land that he purchased at the turn of the century. Beatrix Jones Farrand, America’s first major female landscape architect, was called upon to create the incomparable Glenmere Gardens, much of which remains today.