About Tarragon at The Inn at Honey Run
Like our boutique hotel, Tarragon at The Inn at Honey Run is committed to providing the perfect setting for your special occasion, business meeting, or just a night of fine dining in Ohio Amish Country.
Our culinary team is committed to using the freshest local and seasonal ingredients to create a dining experience that is simple yet elegant, with a unique balance of international and urban flavors. We hope you will join us for breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner on your next trip to Millersburg. Bon appétit!
Hours of Operation:
Open 7 days a week
Breakfast 8:00am - 11:00am
Lunch 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Dinner 5:00pm - 9:00pm
State Route 241
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Party Facilities:
Privacy, serenity, sweeping valleys, woodland views, indoor and outdoor event spaces, and a dedicated events teams are awaiting your banquet event planning at The Inn at Honey Run.
Private Party Contact:
Special Events at The Inn at Honey Run: 8772552918
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Tarragon at The Inn at Honey Run Ratings and Reviews
I have been coming here for years and ha ...
I have been coming here for years and have never been disappointed with the food and service.
The restaurant staff was very welcoming. Don't be put off by the Inn staff when you enter. They can be a little "snooty". The owners of this establishment truly love what they do and appreciate the area. A great place for lunch or dinner even if you are not staying there as a guest. Great trails too! So peaceful. No pets though.
Everything was excellent! Especially lo ...
Everything was excellent! Especially loved the pork chop and the mushroom soup. The restaurant lighting was similar to my doctor's office though -- functional, but not warm or cozy. Candles on the table would have been nice. It was a stellar dining experience!
We had a lovely evening at Tarragon. We ...
We had a lovely evening at Tarragon. We were celebrating our 42nd anniversary and had a wonderful time. Our server, Heather, was excellent, the food was delicious, and the pacing was perfect. We will definitely return!
This is my third experience at Honey Run ...
This is my third experience at Honey Run and much different than the previous two. Because of a conference, the dining room was packed, the noise level was overwhelming and the service very slow. the food as usual, was delightful, well presented and delicious, but the ambiance left a lot to be desired. Due to the cost and the time it takes to travel there, i will ask about other events prior to booking a reservation in the future.
Loved the view. I do not know if I could ...
Loved the view. I do not know if I could have found it without GPS. Restaurant was more modern and less cozy than i expected. Food was good, but they were out of 2 entrees. Did not try dessert. Atmosphere was almost too secluded for me. It be a great place to stay for a major wind down.
Just out on a gorgeous day for a drive t ...
Just out on a gorgeous day for a drive through Amish Country. We happened across Honey Run where we had not eaten in many years. We were seated at a window table. Felt like we were dining in the midst of a forest. We were delighted.
This was a most unbelievable find, as we ...
This was a most unbelievable find, as we were out and about for a RV weekend in Amish country, and didn't expect to get this kind of a breakfast.
What a beautiful property, tucked away down a winding, hilly road! The hostess, Carla was absolutely cordial and precise, in her manner and demeanor. She must have known that we wanted what I think was the best table in the house! A fantastic breakfast menu with some neat tweaks to old time favorites, like eggs Benedict sans hollendaise, but with a sweet onion relish atop the homemade muffin and perfectly cooked eggs and thinly sliced ham.
I took a shiitake mushroom omelet, with Gruyere cheese, but I had to add a few slices of crispy locally smoked bacon! Wow. Freshly brewed and strong coffee always starts the morning right.
My Rosanne and I will certainly come back here sometime for a dinner treat.
We were very disappointed in the food. ...
We were very disappointed in the food. Based upon the reviews, we expected more. Scallops were good, arugula salad was tasteless. Talked to several other people who were staying at The Inn and they had the same experience.
Went to breakfast on Sunday morning. Waited over an hour for our breakfast. (I ordered the quiche and my husband ordered biscuits and gravy. The quiche was cold. Husband said his biscuits and gravy were good. Service was okay.
Amuse bouche of half a yellow cherry tom ...
Amuse bouche of half a yellow cherry tomato stuffed with herbed ricotta cheese was an embarassment. Arugula salad with lemon vinagrette was tasteless. Gin cured salmon was mediocre at best. Scallops and turnip puree main course were excellent. Noise / conversation from adjacent "happy hour" was annoying. We won't be going back.
We stayed at the Inn at Honey Run and h ...
We stayed at the Inn at Honey Run and had dinner and breakfast. I can't say enough good things about this restaurant. The food was excellent and the service outstanding! This is definitely one of the finer places I've eaten at in a long time. A little expensive, but the price was worth it for such a wonderful meal in a very intimate location. I would highly recommend both.
I was taken here for my birthday. It's ...
I was taken here for my birthday. It's a special place for a special occasion. The ambiance and window views are wonderful. The mushroom soup was excellent as was my sirloin entree. A memorable experience was created, and I would highly recommend this restaurant.
Had a wonderful duck sandwich, not usual ...
Had a wonderful duck sandwich, not usually found on lunch menus. Very tasty. It was served with a moderate amount of french fries which all four of us appreciated. Others ordered open face chicken salad and the black and bleu hamburger. 3 had New England clam chowder. While not typical recipe, all enjoyed it and the rye krisp that accompanied it.
I would highly recommend the Tarragon at ...
I would highly recommend the Tarragon at The Inn at Honey Run. The atmosphere is relaxing, the food outstanding and the wait staff friendly and helpful. We enjoyed breakfast, afternoon wine and flatbread and dinner. Everything was delicious and beautifully presented. The restaurant overlooks their lovely grounds.
A very unique setting, eating with natur ...
A very unique setting, eating with nature! Beautiful view, sitting in what feels like a tree house in Amish Country. The ambiance is about as good as you can get if you're an outdoors person or one who appreciates what nature provides. The food was very good and the service teetered on outstanding. My wife and I both had steak for our entree and they were average to above average but the meal in general was very good. We've dined there on several occasions because it's different than other establishments in Amish Country. As much as I love comfort food I need to step it up every once in awhile and dine at a place like Tarragon. It's a once a year visit for us and we'll be back again in the future.
Menu did not have a lot of options. Pric ...
Menu did not have a lot of options. Prices were very high for the food offered. Paid $38 for a sirloin, would expect this price for filet mignon. The meat was just ok, not the quality I would expect for the price. We have been here a few times and it was great the first time. But over the past year or so, it seems like the quality has changed.
I live out of state and had been brought ...
I live out of state and had been brought to this restaurant several years ago. I loved it back then and I loved it this time around even more. You couldn't ask for a better service, Our waitress was exceptional and the hostess was extremely attentive making sure everything was up to snuff. As for the food, it was cooked to perfection. We started out with the potato gnocchi made with a honey sauce, we then had grilled romaine with a charred Tomato Vinaigrette, topped with grated slivers of parmesan cheese and out main course were the scallops, absolutely mouth watering along with the whipped potato and aspargus..
The restaurant itself gave a somewhat modern, but yet warm and comfortable atmosphere... and being set in the middle of a forest was quite different.
Can't wait to come back to this restaurant restaurant.
Positioned as a "fine-dining" experience ...
Positioned as a "fine-dining" experience. Very limited menu with definite reluctance to make any substitutions to suite customers dietary restrictions. Reasonable wine selection, however Libbey glassware is not really appropriate for experiencing the winemaker's tasting goals for the consumer. Overpriced a la carte offerings. Good seasoning on long bone pork chop, but not high quality meat.
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