The Green Dragon Tavern & Museum offers a beautiful private dining ballroom with full amenities such as LCD projectors and large screens, microphones, full A/V capabilities, and much more! GDT&M also includes beautiful semi-private dining rooms for any occasion.View Private Dining Details
Good food but certainly not special other than the New England-inspired dishes including lobster roll, baked cod and clam strips. Clam strips were just a fair imitation of what you get in New England, but the other 2 dishes were very good. It's a fun place to visit, although a little weird to find a museum and restaurant combined. Don't let that stop you because the exhibits were very well done and the owner is doing a service to provide such a facility to furthering our knowledge of how this country got started.
The whole family loved it. Drinks, dinner, and learned some things about the American revolution that I never knew! We'll be back next time we're in town
We always enjoy coming here. We have never had a bad menu offering. The Brussels sprouts are amazing and, actually, everything is good...just wish they had spinach on some of the dishes.
This time it took a while to get our drinks, though. Waiter was very busy and finally showed after 10 minutes. But he was very nice so all ok.
Always love going there. It’s our go to spot.
I’ve never had anything that I didn’t like.
Our family loves Green Dragon. It is a local gem. Great menu, excellent service and fun for all ages. My boys are 7 and 8 and love the options. Restrooms are always impeccable as well!
I’d been here before, but my friends had not. They enjoyed it very much, but thought it too loud.
The food is always great; however, my ribeye was cooked a little more than I like (I like my steak EXTREMELY rare. I said something about it and the waiter took it back to the kitchen and the chef cooked another one for me which came out perfectly! 😊
My wife and I went there for our anniversary dinner. The food was good. The first time they brought out our calamari they took it to the wrong table. Then asked if we wanted it after we saw someone take a piece. They did bring us a fresh basket. The entrees were flavorful. The service was slow. If we go again we would order the entree and second drinks at the same time as we ordered our appetizer.
Great fun nice atmosphere and so fun to visit the museum. It feels like a trip to the east coast.
Although the Sunday "brunch menu" is limited, they do have bottomless mimosas for $10, happy hour items all day, and the breakfast meals we all ate were delicious. The sausage links are AMAZING!
We continue to love coming here. The menu is varied and the food is very good. The Brussels sprouts app is AMAZING....Just a fun spot.
Valentine Dinner with my husband! Absolutely a perfect choice for an exquisite dinner!
Was our first time and the occasion was Valentine’s Day. Wasn’t sure what the experience was truly going to be but liked the website and menu enough to make a reservation. Staff was friendly, attentive but not overly attentive. Food portions were large, flavor was great and cooked and served in a timely manner. Prices are reasonable .
Didn’t get a chance to visit the museum due to love was in the air ! Will definitely be back and would recommend the Green Dragon
Food was ok. Wine selection was really good. I believe the appetizers were the best part
The food was great! The menu isn't to large, so it's not overwhelming to make a choice. Love the brussel sprouts! Great combination of sweet and savory with the bacon and maple syrup on them. Overall it was a great experience. Will definitely be back in the future.
We were excited to celebrate Valentines as a family and arrived on time for our reservation. The restaurant wasn't crowded and didn't appear too busy at 6:30. Hostess was very courteous and accommodating and settled us into a table of our choice. The waiter arrived frazzled and disgruntled . He reluctantly took our order and seemed to be distracted by other tables. Our calamari app arrived plopped in the middle of the table without side plates which we had to ask for. We had ordered a Caesar salad to share which didn't arrive before dinner. As the waitstaff was arriving with our dinners the salad slipped off her large serving tray and dropped to the ground behind me. No big deal things happen, but what irked me was that she barely apologized and served our entrees to us haphazardly and again plopping the dishes down. My bone in rib eye was served without a steak knife and all of our entrees were lukewarm. Again I had to ask for steak knife. The waiter did arrive with a new Caesar salad that was a huge $12 mess of romaine with a Costco type bottled dressing. For the price the quality of the food was subpar and the overall dining experience was disappointing and uncomfortable. The wait staff didn't offer to accommodate us in anyway for the inconvenience and poor dining experience. Frankly, I don't think the staff had a clue about about giving a customer a good dining experience.
We will not be back.
The lobster roll (Connecticut) was fantastic! Lots of claw meat - a real treat.
Left us Green, and NOT IN A GOOD WAY. Food was mediocre at best. Had to send back appetizer, chef didn't drain calamari & was horribly greasy (after it was sent back)... Crab cakes were mushy, salmon was oily. Service was slow (they were understaffed). Told our friends that the food was lousy and not to bother trying this place.
Great food and American history to boot
Food was very tasty and reasonably priced. Service continues to be spotty, with significant delays in serving bread, responding to special requests, etc. One of our orders didn't include a side order. Paying our check was slow as well. The restaurant needs to hire more servers to meet the demand. We were in the main dining room.
We loved the food and service. The museum was a real added bonus
A perfect mix of East Coast and West Coast dishes. The food was delicious, our server very friendly and efficient.
We spent a great deal of time in the museum exploring Revolutionary history. Very nice.
As usual...service fantastic...Frederick was a wonderful person who helped us. He is a gem.good great. Fish and chips as good as alway...flat bread looked wonderful and the R B sandwich au juice looked fantastic. Friends love this place and visit often as we do.
Unique restaurant that includes a Revolutionary War museum. Built in the style of a 1700's tavern with very good food, great service and the kids enjoyed the museum as well as the food, especially the mac and cheese. The seafood platter was even better than the lobster roll. Will visit again the next time we are in the area. 5 minutes from LEGOLAND.
Salmon was served undercooked. Salmon was taken back and returned way over cooked. Our daughter did not eat dinner this evening because of this.
However this meal was taken off of our bill and we're given 1 free dessert.
A great selection of bottled beer and beer on tap.
Our experience was perfect! The food was amazing and we highly recommend getting the Connecticut and Maine lobster rolls! We are from New England originally and this was the best lobster rolls we have had since moving to California! We sat by the fireplace and loved previewing the museum with all the artifacts from Boston. Super place, well worth it and most enjoyable!
Absolutely wonderful for a second time! We will continue to bring family from out of town to this place since it is truly one of a kind! Excellent food and an amazing selection of drinks in an atmosphere like nothing else around. Thanks again!
Large facility with historical perspective - American Revolution. Attended Thanksgiving buffet and then, Sunday Lunch yesterday. Both occasions memorable with super service, excellent food, reasonable pricing, and nice ambiance especially, if you like early US colonial. I like fried clams and the happy hour fried clams are very good and reasonably priced! I will recommend to friends and return.
Pretty cool place. We selected this place because it sounded interesting and it was near where my sister-in-law was getting physical therapy. Menu options were plentiful and our waitress was excellent. We live out of state but we'll be back on our next trip.
Bar area was very very very very very noisy and very very very loud.
We were seated in the room with a party of teens. It was quite loud and service was slow due to the servers tending to the two large party tables.
Beautiful facilities. Good food. Helpful staff. Happy hour value. There was something for everyone in our party.
Outstanding food and, as would be expected, a little crowded at 3:30 pm on Thanksgiving Day.
Definitely worth a visit for the food and the history.
There was a single file line for the buffet which took forever to get to the food so we didn’t even have more then one plate. Our waiter was horrible. Didn’t take our drink order for a long time so we just sat there waiting to go to the buffet. Food was ok, nothing special. The roast was too tough to eat and the rolls were cold and hard as a brick. I’m so disappointed. It was way overpriced for our experience. We spent over $200 for 2 adults and 3 kids. Will not be going back.
Thanksgiving buffet was nicely done.
Thanksgiving Buffet for lunch. Buffet had large choice of many holiday offerings..plus many more. There was nothing I did not like. Presentation was lovely. I wish I tried more items but felt limited due to seating upstairs.( bad hip and knee) I enjoyed the setting...grew up in Trenton. Desserts were all wonderful and something for everyone. I loved the Italian pudding ...very light and wonderful flavor. I also loved the spiced cake. My husband is hard to please, he was frustrated with upstairs but overall was ok with ham and pot roast...I would suggest calling restaurant for reservations for any disabilities or small children. (Bathrooms downstairs too). For sport fans...large TVs all over to watch. Bar was inviting. Thanks for a lovely lunch and no clean up for me this year!
Made reservations two weeks ahead of Thanksgiving, which ensured us a spot as the place is hopping for that holiday! The quality and quantity of the food buffet was an extremely good value. Servers were all friendly and attentive. The interior of the restaurant is very well maintained both in terms of cleanliness and space between tables, so you don't feel like you are eating with everyone else.
Went for Thanksgiving buffet. The food we very, very good. Our server, Amanda, was super sweet and provided every service we needed. We could only get a early reservation but ended up being very glad. We ate when it was not crowded, quiet, no line for food, etc. When we left it was crowded and a long line for the buffet. I would probably not rate it this high if I had been in that line.
Here we have a California resident with a true passion for the American Revolution. There is a great museum with interesting and informative stories about the birth of the USA next to a restaurant with authentic historic comfort food, excellently prepared. Even the staff exhibited strong interest in historic aspect of this experience.