About Glass – wine. bar. kitchen. at Ledges Hotel
Small dishes and american influenced style tapas are featured at our Pocono Mountains hotel wine bar & kitchen "Glass." We feature an "All American Beer and Wine" selection, with emphasis on American spirits. In addition to exceptional quality food guests will enjoy stunning views of the river gorge falls in the panoramic dining room and decks at "Glass." The history of the O'Connor Glass Factory accents the decor of dining room areas with original glass mold prints and displays incorporating the historical features of Ledges Hotel.
Hawley, PA 18428
Tapas / Small Plates, Wine Bar, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Bar opens at 4:30pm Wed-Sunday
Dinner: Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday 5 pm - 9 pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm,
Closed Monday & Tuesday
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Wine
Glass – wine. bar. kitchen. at Ledges Hotel Ratings and Reviews
My husband and I went to this restaurant for Valentines Day . They had a set 5 course meal which was beyond both our expectations . I am gluten-free which was not offered in this menu but the chef made sure to accommodate my needs by switching out what I couldn't have for something even better :) the Moscato wine was a brand I never heard of or had before and was delicious and had no bite . the atmosphere was perfect , with light music , candles , and cozy seating arrangement. I would definently come back for lunch !
We had a wonderful time. The service was great, Allison was very attentive and informative. The atmosphere was warm friendly cozy. The live music was perfect. We could still talk while enjoying it. The food was delicious and plenty for us all to share. I will return and also recommend to others.
Went on a PA getaway with my boyfriend for the weekend and stopped at this gem for tapas, dinner and drinks. The ambience was lovely and the waterfall was beyond beautiful and serene. Nice wine list and wonderfully crafted dishes. The drinks were very strong and I highly recommend the vampire slayer cheese (amazing).
My husband and I bought a house in Masthope and were looking for restaurants to try. I love the Silk Mill and saw that the Ledges Hotel is behind it. We saw that they have a restaurant called Glass and wanted to try it out. We love it!!! We will be dinning at the Glass wine bar and kitchen often.Everything was impeccable!!!
We really enjoy the ambiance and cozy seating available in the bar area.
The small plate style of serving encourages eating slowly and enjoying the variety of tastes and textures.
It is a very pleasant dining experience and on the warm weather, the setting is spectacular!
All the food was delicious, especially the Brussels sprouts side dish. The wine flight and cheese/charcuterie board was a good value in terms of portions. We've never felt as full and satisfied leaving a tapas/wine place after having spent $90 on food and drinks as a couple.
Everything we tried on the menu was exceptional - really great flavors, extremely fresh ingredients. The wait staff did an excellent job of explaining the dishes and making recommendations. A little pricey for the portion size but overall a wonderful experience.
Where to start!?!? I came to Hawley for a low-key ladies spa batchlorette weekend and I found this amazing restaurant through trip adviser. I mean who doesn't love a great wine bar. When we walked in we were greeted by a very nice gentleman. He asked where would would like to be seated. And was more than accommodating when we wanted to sit near the live music. As he cleared off a dirty table for us, he suggested we take a look outside. As it was a bit chilly we were confused but soon understood when we saw the most beautiful waterfall. I already want to plan a trip up in the summer or spring .... just so I can eat outside. The food was absolutely amazing.... I wish I wasn't writing this weeks later so i could write exactly what we got, but I do remember the Duck, Steak, and Mac and Cheese (which obviously were my favorite plates). They had a great wine list and a very nice Charcuterie spread as well. The live music was very beautiful and relaxing as well. The only complaint I would have to have is our server. (I too was a server .... so I can understand) But our cards got charged 3 and one girls 4 times!! The charges did get reversed later in the week. But the hold still goes on the funds when using a debit card. So all weekend we had $200 held on each of our cards. He did apologize (and told us he normally doesn't serve) and offer us a glass of wine. But it was getting late and we polite-fully declined. Besides that little Hiccup I would Highly recommend eating here. The Decor, The ambiance, The furniture, The view, The music, The wine ..... It was all very lovely
Love the atmosphere, but disappointed to find that they were out of 2 of the dishes we tried ordering on a Friday night. We were only told each time after we had spent time considering what to order. Server was lovely, but was not able to answer our questions and had to be prompted to go find answers.
The food was great, the service was great, the staff were friendly. We sat in the lounge area which was very comfortable. We ate the bacon wrapped dates, pierogies, and hanger steak. All were delicious but the steak was the star of the show. My only complaint was the mini cakes dessert didn't seem to fit the quality of the rest of the dinner. Next time we'll try the panna cotta instead. We will definitely come back, and bring friends with us.
Honestly the sharing of small plates is a little silly. How can you share a plate when it literally is 2 bites such as the lollipop lamb? Noise from the bar (music) was too loud and not in keeping with the atmosphere of a more upscale restaurant. The host was very nice and helpful but the waitress was slightly pushy and borderline insulting when we asked questions. The glasses of wine which were paired with our meals were good and the flavors of the food also good but dishes need to be larger in order to share. I feel you may get tourists from NYC as repeat customers, but I can't see many of the locals frequenting this place. Overall we were disappointed, don't know if we'll be back... :(
Wine by the glass options were limited (only one cab, one Pinot, etc.), which is surprising for a wine bar. Neither the stuffed clams nor the entree (sirloin) were served as described by the server and the entree was cold. Lastly, while waiting for our table I ordered two club sodas from the bar and was charged $5.50. Overall a very disappointing experience.
Beautiful outdoor location with heat lamps overlooking the falls and wooded area. Indoor there's a regular dining area as well as bar area that houses rustic tree bark tables that you can enjoy drinks on or also use for meals around a fireplace.
The food is all shareable, tapas style which I love. The mini shrimp tacos were awesome as was the salmon and cauliflower. Actually all dishes were very good. They also have a nice eclectic cocktail list as well as a nice selection of wines and local craft beers. A great find in the Pocono region and highly recommend.
Some aspects of Glass were outstanding, others were epic failures. We were sat pretty quickly, outside, it was a drizzly/chilly night, but the heaters were great and it was warm. There was a wedding going on and the DJ was a bit loud, but we knew that, when we sat down. Litteraly, 2 minutes after we sat, a plate of perogies arrived and placed on our table by a very rushed waitress, wtihout asking if these were ours. The table of two next to us were looking longingly over and asked if we had ordered those and they knew we just sat down. We happily handed over the perogies and then it happened again. We handed the plate over to them right away. Our waitress was knowledgaeble about the menu and one of the gals has Seliac disease and worked with the chef to ensure she was able to get something to eat.
The Mizuna and apple salad was delicious, the perogies were fine, nothing special about them. The lamp chops were not overdone, but dry. THe flatbread crust is more like a pizza crust than a flat bread and the mashed potato side was not tapas, and a pretty significant portion. The waitress said they are a bit bigger as they are normally shared.
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