The Ho-Ho-Kus Inn & Tavern
Now fully restored, the historic Ho-Ho-Kus Inn & Tavern reopened on December 8, 2009 following a $1.5+ million renovation overseen by its new owners. A local landmark and beloved culinary institution, the restaurant now features an updated classic American menu, with a focus on locally sourced and seasonally sustainable ingredients. In a departure from the restaurant’s previous incarnations, its new owners have ushered in a more family-friendly style, as well as a more relaxed dress code. Among the improvements: the addition of a casual 33-seat Tavern, a bluestone patio for outdoor dining and a complete renovation of the Inn’s five dining rooms, each evoking a personality or period in the town’s history. A local landmark and beloved culinary institution, the historic and charming Ho-Ho-Kus Inn & Tavern features five magnificently restored dining rooms and a stylish Library bar. The restaurant offers an updated classic American menu, with an emphasis on locally sourced, farm fresh produce and sustainable ingredients. Its atmosphere is family friendly, with a relaxed dress code.