About 1796 Room at Bedford Springs
Bedford, PA 15522
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.
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
Everything was perfect. We had perfectl ...
Everything was perfect. We had perfectly prepared filet and duck breast meals. I would have preferred fresh artichoke steamed over artichoke from a jar. There was hint of preserving liquid in the flavor. But crab cake, salad, bread and dinner was overall great.
As always, great service from our waiter ...
As always, great service from our waiter Michael. Very knowledgeable about the menu, wines and food. He noticed my special request to have full wine selection for my wife and catered toward her love of wines. Absolutely love this place.
Love love love this place...never disapp ...
Love love love this place...never disappoints! Delicious food, great servers and unique decor....the old rifles are awesome. The filet was melt in your mouth tender and my husbands bone-in ribeye mouthwatering. Every detail from wine to dessert....perfect.
This was a return trip to this restauran ...
This was a return trip to this restaurant. We had the same server as last visit, Michelle. She, and the rest of the staff were fabulous! Professional, warm, courteous, and had excellent knowledge about the menu. The atmosphere was relaxed and comfortable and the food was delicious!
We ate dinner @ the 1796 Room a few year ...
We ate dinner @ the 1796 Room a few years ago and enjoyed the whole experience from the atmosphere to the delicious food. We were excited about going back, but I was disappointed due to the fact that my steak was tasteless and difficult to cut as was the bread. BLAH ! Then the AIR was turned on and was blowing I my face, UGH ! A gentlemen did approach our table and ask if all was going well, but I didn't want to be Debby Downer so I said nothing. Besides, what could be done @ that point ? Also, the meal was overpriced for what was served. Next time we will sit @ the Bar, order bar food and go somewhere for our "special dinner".
My wife and I went there for our anniver ...
My wife and I went there for our anniversary, and it certainly did not disappoint. They are known for their steaks, however, have an excellent seafood selection too. Great wine and cocktails. My wife and I started with their scallops to share, which were phenomenal. We both had the 8oz Filet Mignon for our entree, cooked to perfection. Wine pairings are excellent. The dessert list was an excellent way to finish out our meal, along with a decent after-dinner Bourbon & Whiskey list. Service was perfect; our server was attentive without being burdensome.
Menu was very basic but good quality. Th ...
Menu was very basic but good quality. They could maybe work on their desserts a bit. Great wine list, not overwhelming with so many choices. Our server, Michael, was great. Attentive but knew when to leave us alone. Exactly what we like.
Lovely place to have Christmas dinner! ...
Lovely place to have Christmas dinner! Food was outstanding: delicious filet mignon w/black truffle butter, roasted artichoke heart, salmon, lobster mac & cheese, asparagus, salads, warm bread --- just delightful in a beautiful historic setting.
Compared to past visits, I was completel ...
Compared to past visits, I was completely underwhelmed. The service and ambience were still great, but the food and the value has gone way down. We both ordered the special. It was a ribeye with vegetables. First disappointment, the steak was about 1/2 inch think. It reminded me of what they give you at Hoss's. Mine was cooked okay, but my husband got medium well instead of medium rare. That was not a surprise considering the thickness. Second disappointment, I had asked for no black pepper but it was there. Third disappointment, the vegetables were significantly under cooked. Almost raw potatoes are not appealing. I'm guessing that off the menu might have been better. Either way, it was way too much money for 3-4 oz of beef and a scoop of rawish veggies.
Bedford Springs is a historical place to ...
Bedford Springs is a historical place to visit and the 1796 Room has an authentic tavern feel. That being said, the noise level is quite high so don't expect an intimate dinner with pleasant conversation as it is an effort to hear across the table. The menu prices are high sugesting a high end dining experience, yet the staff members were dressed in khakis and tennis shoes, so it is a mixed message in that regard. Our service was just okay. We waited a long while for our order to be taken and for food to arrive. Our appetizer was a goat cheese tart which I am guessing was frozen as the temp was warm on the inside and cool on the outside. We ordered lobster and crab legs, the crab legs were dry in texture, but the serving size was large and was a good value. The lobster was good, the bread was fantastic, the mixed drinks original and tasty and the wine list quite good. All in all, not perfect, but enjoyable.
We were extremely disappointed with the ...
We were extremely disappointed with the service at this restaurant. The waitress (Kayla) was non-attentive and did not come over to check on us - did not refill water - and when she did in fact come over to check - was somewhat dismissive to everything. To top it off, we had to wait over an hour between our salad and main course. Probably would not go back to this restaurant - even though we very much enjoy the Bedford Springs resort.
Excellent meal, professional and knowled ...
Excellent meal, professional and knowledgeable staff, delicious food, cooked to order. With dietary issues it's difficult to eat out but we felt comfortable and enjoyed ourselves. It's a little pricey (it is a resort hotel) but worth it for a wonderful dining experience!
Extraordinary food. We had the Alaskan K ...
Extraordinary food. We had the Alaskan King Crab legs.(The best deal on the menu). The soft-baked potato "was to die for". The cocktails were unique and excellent I give it a 6 star rating on a point scale from 1-5. It is that good.
Outrageously overpriced. We both got th ...
Outrageously overpriced. We both got the special half-chicken baked, $28. First, it was VERY small. It had no creativity at all--no sauce and tasted bland. Then, of course we had to pay $8 for a small bowl of mashed potatoes and another $8 for a small bowl of sweet potatoes. The crab salad was VERY good, but, sad to say, that is the only part of the meal we enjoyed. Before you form an opinion on IF we are really qualified to judge the food and cost, we have traveled the world and eaten in MANY class restaurants--including 2 round the world voyages on the QM2. What I think you are truing to do is to be something you truly are not------which is a first class restaurant. sorry, but you asked and this is our appraisal.
The food and service was excellent but w ...
The food and service was excellent but we were a little disappointed with who I'm assuming was the manager (a woman) on duty. She went around to every table ( which there were only about 8 at the time) and asked how the service was but never came to our table. Also, the side salad that my husband got was supposed to be romaine lettuce and none of it was green. It was all the white part of the romaine, which is not very attractive or impressive.
Bedford Prings has several excellent din ...
Bedford Prings has several excellent dining options - 1796 is between the casual Frontier Tavern and the upscale Crystal Room. Very nice rustic setting, excellent food and, like everywhere at the resort, exemplary service. Also, a bit like everything at the resort, don't expect an inexpensive experience though. However, great place for a nice dinner after a day at the spa.
1796 Room was a delightful dining spot. ...
1796 Room was a delightful dining spot. The Foie Gras was excellent and the Lobster Mac&Cheese is a must! Even though the colonial decor was sparse, the room was very well decorated. Only two quasi-negatives: 1) the temperature was a bit cold due to our table being close to the AC and 2) the lovely colonial decor does not offer much in the way of noise cancellation. Other than that, we would highly recommend 1796 Room to all.
The mark of a good hotel restaurant is t ...
The mark of a good hotel restaurant is this: would you go out of your way to eat here if you weren't staying at the hotel? For 1796, our answer is yes—this would be one of the best restaurants in Bedford even if it weren't attached to the Omni Bedford Springs Resort.
The setting was outstanding. The service ...
The setting was outstanding. The service amazingly good. The price for the dinner was extravagantly high. The preparation was problematic. Chicken was over done and dry. The salmon was under cooked. They didn't charge for one of our meals because of the problems, but the manager was there in a flash to try to work things out. It's a one time special experience because of the resort which is beautiful. So go and know what to expect.
We were staying at the Omni for two nigh ...
We were staying at the Omni for two nights and ate both nights at 1796. Both nights the food was WOMDERFUL. Our service was better on Monday than Tuesday because our waitress was more relaxed and attentive than Justin was on Tuesday. Justin was fine just not as good as Monday. I had the filet on Monday and the salmon on Tuesday. My husband enjoyed the roast chicken one night and the filet the second night. The whipped potatoes were wonderful. The mushrooms also good. We had the wedge and Caesar salads on Monday and both were good but VERY small! I had the chopped salad on the second night and was very disappointed in it. May have been the dressing. Only complaint was the prices on the salads. I enjoyed a wonderful salad at the pool that was much better. My husband did enjoy his chili as an appetizer. It was the same price as my salad. We will probably go back to the resort. It was our second time in two years and will eat at the 1796 again but perhaps not both nights. The only other restaurant open was the tavern during the week.
We went here with friends over Labor Day ...
We went here with friends over Labor Day weekend to celebrate a birthday. The 1796 Room reminds me a lot of Williamsburg historic restaurants. The room is comfortable and decorated in an historic way. 1796 is known for their steaks so everyone in our party had either a filet or a strip steak. The steaks were beautifully prepared to each person's taste and very delicious. They can be ordered with different sauces. I tried the house steak sauce and it was very good. Everything on the menu (except for a Prix Fixe dinner) is a la carte. We tried the hard boiled eggs appetizer (delicious) and two of us ordered wedge salads (very good and an appropriate size....not those massive wedge salads some steak houses bring you). The side dishes are meant to serve at least two people (kind of family style). We ordered the creamed spinach and also asparagus....both very tasty, and I also had the baked potato in sea salt. The serving staff are well trained and attentive when appropriate. I would definitely return. Everyone in our party truly enjoyed their meal and thought it was absolutely delicious.
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