NJ’s Oldest Restaurant Refreshes Ambiance And Seasonal Menu Iconic Morris County Dining Spot, The Black Horse Tavern, Reopens With A New Look And Flavor

Celebrating more than 270 years in business, The Black Horse Tavern, the oldest restaurant in New Jersey, located in the heart of Mendham, recently reopened its doors following a month-long décor refresh and enhancements to its contemporary farm-to-table American menu. Originally a stage coach house in the mid-1700s, The Black Horse Tavern will, as it always has, embrace the traditions of fine dining by providing exceptional hospitality in a historic setting while using local produce and products from purveyors throughout the tristate area and even its own garden.

Last month, The Black Horse Tavern’s construction team from 40NORTH Restaurants, owners and operators of other well-known NJ dining concepts including The Office Tavern Grill, The OFFICE Beer Bar & Grill and George + Martha’s American Grille, along with talented designer, David Jackson of Jackson Creative Group, refreshed the iconic dining spot’s bar area, dining room and the private event space upstairs with gallons of paint, new carpeting, modern furniture, upholstery and lighting. Additionally, The Black Horse Tavern’s seasonal menu underwent meticulous enhancements by its Corporate Chef, Kevin Felice, adding new mouthwatering items including Crab Tater Tots, Black Garlic Wings, Roasted Tomato Hummus, Angry Shrimp and an Apple BBQ Glazed Pork Porterhouse.

Whether a private event, evening out with family or friends, or a dinner with co-workers, The Black Horse Tavern is open Wednesdays through Sundays. For more information, visit HYPERLINK “https://www.blackhorsenj.com” www.blackhorsenj.com or call 973-543-7300.

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