I came here for dinner on a weekend hiking getaway. Ambiance is romantic, it's an intimate restaurant, food was delicious!!! Will definitely be back.
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Really wonderful food here, but you're going to pay good money, too. I had the seafood risotto and loved it. Everyone else in my party loved their meals. Only downsides were that it can be noisy when it's packed, they kept running out of items...More
My husband, 13-year-old daughter and I had an amazingly good meal here. We are all food lovers with special requests, gluten-free, vegetarian, and meat-lover, and we were all delighted with our evening. The restaurant has that rare combination of upscale dining with a casual flair,...More
The Red Onion is on-point, with a solid menu, fresh/local vegetables and experienced servers. I've never had a bad meal there, and I've been there about 6 times. The ambiance is lovely, though the tables are too close together for my taste. It is a...More
We had an outstanding dinner with a lovely wine. The menu is creative and delicious. The service was attentive and friendly. It's such a cozy and warm place for a wonderful evening.
My husband, 11 year old son, and I stayed in Woodstock for a week this October during our year-long travels. When our business friends from NYC came for a day-visit we made a reservation at the Red Onion, as it seemed like the nicest spot...More
This is a truly fantastic restaurant--it has great decor, indoor and outdoor seating, a deep drinks and wine menu, and truly delicious (and large!) seasonal, locally-sourced food. I had dinner with friends and wished I had time to dine here again. It's a great date...More
Since we live nearby we visit the Red Onion fairly often. The food and service are always top notch. It's a very "Woodstock " place in my view; cozy but classy, and comfortable. The wait staff are terrific - friendly & knowledgeable, attentive but not...More
We recently ate here at the recommendation of servers in another excellent establishment. We were not disappointed. First, the building is a beautiful old house, with what definitely looked like original floors and woodwork. Ambiance is always appreciated. We had reservations, but arrived early to...More