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We are delighted to invite you to a spectacular Burgundy Wine Dinner featuring special guest, Louis Fabrice LaTour on March 8, 2012. Maison Louis LaTour is one of the most highly respected family-owned wineries in Burgundy.  Learn more about him in this interview with Wine Enthusiast Magazine: Q&A with Louis-Fabrice Latour, President of Maison Louis Latour The innovative négociant talks about vintages, Burgundy bargains and his family legacy. Published on Sep 29, 2011 By Roger Voss Louis-Fabrice Latour runs his family company from a beautiful 17th-century house on Rue des Tonneliers in t...
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The Claremont Suite What’s in a name? A lot, if you stay with us at The Bernards Inn. You see, just as the Inn is a one-of-kind, so is each guest room. With names like the “Claremont, Appletrees, and Overleigh,” each of our beautiful rooms has a unique character and is designed to replicate one of the grand estate homes on Bernardsville Mountain. The “Mountain Colony” was established in the late 1800s when wealthy New Yorkers discovered the area for summer recreation, and later, year-round homes. So while The Bernards Inn property may be best known for its four star restaurant, acclaimed ...
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Sparkling glasses and lavender tablecloths on an early fall afternoon… Our most recent Signature Style event was a fundraiser hosted by the New Jersey Coalition for Inclusive Education (NJCIE), a nonprofit organization dedicated to including students with disabilities in their neighborhood schools in preparation for living as independently as possible in their communities. While the school year had begun, I felt that it was still a bit early to pull out the mums and typical autumnal accessories. The palette for the event was inspired by the final days of summer and very early days of autumn....
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“Drinking bravely” is an approach to enjoying wine that I embrace. The expression has been coined by wine expert, tv personality and author Mark Oldman who appeared here at The Bernards Inn recently for a Food and Wine Magazine event. Mark and I share a passion for educating wine lovers without pretense. We encourage people to try new wines and expand their palates. This is what the special evening was all about--and it was fabulous! Mark narrated through six wines from our wine list and was full of praise for our selections. Mark’s passion for wine was infectious, and as an experienced wine e...
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I have spent my entire career in the hospitality business and I wouldn’t have it any other way. If you love people and a fast-paced environment, the industry may be for you. To help students further their studies in the field, The Bernards Inn offers year-round internships to qualified candidates. It is very rewarding to mentor a student in the hospitality field of study. Each year we offer internships in our Catering Sales and Banquet Departments. The internship is designed to offer a well-rounded experience for a young professional. The student has the opportunity to learn from seasoned p...
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