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About 1796 Room at Bedford Springs
Sure to be included among the Mid-Atlantic's most celebrated steak and chop houses. Enjoy prime beef, veal and fresh seafood paired with exceptional wine and spirits.
Bedford, PA 15522
Steakhouse, Seafood, American
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday through Saturday - 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary valet parking is available for all resort & restaurant guests.
Banquet, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
1796 Room at Bedford Springs Ratings and Reviews
The 1796 Room at the Omni Bedford Springs is a good steakhouse in a region where there are not a ton of options. It is a small room, with some nice banquette seating and well spaced tables so the evening we were there it was easy to have conversation. Our steaks were excellent and well prepared, served with a nice grilled artichoke heart. The menu is Ala carte, and everything is extra and the prices are high, especially for this area. The wine list has some nice bottles and again, the pricing is high compared to what I have paid for the same bottles elsewhere. A good special occasion place if money is no object.
This steakhouse was top notch. The service was perfect here as well and they were very quick, friendly and moving non stop to help us out.
My wife ordered the filet which was cooked to her liking and it was so delicious. It was a very meaty portion for only being 8 oz. Would highly recommend. I ordered the pork chops which was by far one of the best I have ever eaten. The prices were very reasonable as well.
Would highly recommend as well.
We can two years in a row for our anniversary weekend getaway. It was as wonderful as it was a year ago and maybe better! We ate here two nights in a row and food was exceptional! We tried different things each night and everything was spectacular! We eat out regularly and this place is definitely worth the drive! Service is personable, accommodating and great! Unique cocktails that are wonderful!! This is what a dining experience should be!! Thanks!! We will be back!
Primarily a steak house advertising steaks cokes at 1700 degrees -filet and strip arrived cooked as ordered but warm(not sizzling) upon eating. Creamed spinach appeared watery as in not completely drained before adding cream. Mushroom soup was very thick -tasted great - could benefit from more mushroom pieces (my opinion). Manhattan was excellent. Crème Brule appeared/tasted over-cooked - dry consistency. Décor on upper level was intended to look old, but lots of electric sconces at high light level didn't help. Michael - our server - was a breath of fresh air - OUTSTANDING IN ALL RESPECTS.
Was our first visit to the resort (which was fabulous!) and wanted to stay on property for a girls dinner. We had ordered a bottle of chardonnay which arrived "not properly chilled". 2nd bottle was the same and the 3rd try a bit better, but not great. Chilled at the table. I ordered the 8oz fillet, which was very good, but the salmon was on the "plain" side and the seafood tower was impressive. All in all, pricy for value. 10/09 in town is a FAR BETTER choice and the food was fabulous!!
We had a top knotch dinner at 1796. The service was great, and theres not a bad seat in the house (we loved the table for 2 with the couch so we could sit next to each other). We also were able to enjoy our meal as our server was attentive but didn't bother us too much. However, my boyfriend was a little disappointed that he called prior to our reservation to let the staff know we were celebrating my birthday (unbeknownst to me) and when we arrived our server obviously wasn't notified (he asked us if we were celebrating anything) and there was nothing special done to recognize our occasion. At such a nice restaurant where a lot of people celebrate special occasions he assumed they would put a candle in my dessert or SOMETHING! Regardless, we will go back as it was an awesome meal.
Really enjoyed our meal at 1796. Typical Steakhouse fare but done very well. The dining area is somewhat small and was loud throughout much of the meal. Our meals were prepared perfectly, you could tell they pay attention to the ingredients. The highlights were the side dishes. I was very impressed with the mountain of lobster that adorned the Lobster Mac and Cheese and the Bourbon Baby Carrots were delicious. We will return and look forward to coming back.
I booked a reservation because my husband and I were celebrating our anniversary at the resort. The restaurant has very limited seating, which explains why reservations are required. Everything on the menu is a la carte pricing, which made the meal very expensive. The food was good, but my husband and I agreed that it was not worth the price. The noise level was so loud at one point when the waitress was talking to us, that it was hard to hear her. Yes, you can typically expect dining on a resort to be more expensive, however, this experience just didn't live up to our expectations based on what we had read and heard. One time was enough for us; we wouldn't dine here again.
Very expensive, everything is ala carte (vege, potatoes, salad, etc.) Special was pan seared cod, more like blackened, not flaky, or tasty, pork chop was undercooked, pink, sent back then overcooked and dry! That's all you get on your plate, anything else you have to pay extra for it, so bottom line, too expensive for just one piece of meat for dinner! My wife had a very hard time finding something to eat, considering she doesn't eat red meat or seafood, you should put a chicken entree on the menu!
The food was excellent overall, though the 22 oz. ribeye I had was not as thick as expected and not very hot when it came out. Otherwise, the truffle butter, highly recommended by our server, was very unique and worth the additional charge. The sides were good and generously portioned. We requested one of their sofa tables, which was nice but not as cozy as expected because the are located at the ends of the dining room, with the sofa seats 2 along the same side of the table, looking out to the rest of the dining room. While it is nice seating for a couple, it did not feel very private. But we got used to it as the evening went on.
This wasn't our first time at 1796 and it certainly won't be our last. The only reason why this evening didn't get 5 stars was because they seemed to have overbooked reservations, causing quite the wait for our already late (9:30) dinner reservation. That said, the staff was extremely apologetic and professional about the delay. Everything on the menu is fantastic, but this time there wasn't a single item that disappointed. We ordered the pork chops and the 18 oz filet (medium) and they were both perfectly cooked. The sides of sauteed spinach and mashed potatoes were neither too heavy nor too light - they were perfectly filling.
It's definitely a splurge, there's no cheap dinner at Bedford Springs, but it's certainly worth every penny.
Whether you're planning a romantic night or girls weekend, I definitely recommend going to 1796!
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