161 Main Street | Philmont, NY 12565 | 518-672-9993
While the Vanderbilt House welcomes you for dinner everyday, we are happy to provide event space for all of your reasons.
Artful cuisine, professionally served in the gracious, comfortable setting of an historic building will make your special event a joyous occasion. Depending on the number of your guests and personal style, the dining room or the tavern can be booked for a buffet or seated dinner. Of course the entire restaurant, including the deck overlooking the lake, can be reserved for your party. The Vanderbilt House will also provide accommodations for your out of town guests.
Be sure to schedule your;
Birthday or Anniversary
Engagement or Wedding
Graduation or Sweet Sixteen
New Job Celebration
Special Meeting or Business Party
Christening | Bar/Bat Mitzvah
Crispy Fried Chicken
Iceberg, bacon, chopped egg, tomato, crumbled bleu cheese
Penne w/butternut Squash
Mushrooms, garlic, spinach, red pepper flakes & Parmesan
Vanderbilt House Burger
Lettuce, tomato, red onion, bacon,
swiss & fried egg
Please visit our Menu Page for the complete menu.
Sunday & Monday
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday Night Special
Salad, Entrée and Dessert $15
The Vanderbilt House proudly supports local agriculture from the following providers:
Farm at Miller's Crossing
Hawthorne Valley Farm
Love Apple Orchards
Old Chatham Sheephearding
Our Daily Bread
Spring Brook Farm
Staron's Farm Stand
Twin Maple Farm
All rooms include a Continental Breakfast with your choice of indoor or outside deck dining. All rooms are Non-Smoking.
Please visit our Rooms Page for a complete listing of all of our available rooms.
The Vanderbilt House present day
"People love this old place. So do I," So says Bob Mansfield, the third generation Mansfield to own and operate the Vanderbilt House Hotel & Restaurant. Built in 1860 by the Vanderbilts to serve their railroad employees and upstate travelers, Bob’s great-grandfather Leverett bought the property in 1890. The train station was across the street, and guests could step off the train and onto the hotel porch thanks to the spur the Vanderbilts added to the main line. In time, Bob’s grandfather Douglas became the innkeeper, and Bob’s father Leverett ...read more
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