The dining experience at the Lowell Inn is vintage and classy, with an inviting atmosphere. Enjoy an array of fine dining offerings, from a tender American beef tenderloin, to the multi-course Swiss Fondue.
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- George Washington
The George Washington Room [circa 1930]
The George Washington Room recreates the elegance and romance of Colonial Williamsburg. In any season, guests enjoy dining beneath sparkling chandeliers with the brilliant ambiance of high arched Colonial windows. We serve a traditional American menu and a wine selection to suit any palate.
Open to the public—reservations recommended.
The Matterhorn Dining Room [circa 1959]
Dedicated to the lost art of Swiss woodcarving, and serving an authentic Swiss Fondue, our Matterhorn Room is a truly unique dining experience. The room itself is the work of a master, Eddie Blatter, a Swiss carver whose painstaking carvings took over three years to complete. Complimented with parquet floors and Swiss décor, our Fondue Dinner makes memories for a lifetime.
Open to the public—reservations only | View Matterhorn Room Layout
Lowell Inn Dining Hours
Monday – Saturday 8:00am to 10:30am
Sunday 8:00am to 10:00am
Monday - Saturday 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Sunday Brunch 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Sunday - Thursday 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Friday - Saturday 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Every evening by Reservation Only
Served Friday & Saturday evenings in the Matterhorn Room
Lowell Inn Tea
2pm - 4pm every Saturday
Dinners open for Parties of 10 or more by Reservation Only
18% Service charge will be added to all food and beverages for groups of 8 or more.
All service charges are the sole property of the Lowell Inn.
All consumptions at the Lowell Inn are subject to a city parking ramp fee of 1% regardless of the use of it. Sorry NO CHECKS AND NO OUTSIDE FOOD.
Ordering items on this menu constitutes the acceptance of the above terms. 05/2014