The Laurel Villa has been a local hub since 1876. It’s been a stagecoach stop and a theatre, and today it’s a casual restaurant specializing in farm fresh cuisine, and elegant dinners that use area produce and fish, steak, pork, and veal from New York City’s finest markets.
The popular house schnitzel features a breaded pork cutlet with red cabbage and spetzle. For a taste of both land and sea, try the Chicken & Seafood Laurel Villa, featuring chicken, scallops, shrimp, andouille sausage, sweet peppers, and tomato sauce over penne. Looking for more casual fare? Visit on Thursday nights for burgers and paninis.
The bar at Laurel Villa offers wine, beer, and mixed drinks. Ask about their special farm-to-table wine dinners.