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Culinary Magic: Fine Dining in Nemacolin's Mountains

Woman and man sitting at a comfortable table at Fawn & Fable restaurant at Nemacolin resort as a female server pours a glass of wine for them

Set amidst the verdant expanses of Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands, Nemacolin is a gourmand’s wonderland offering an impressive lineup of fine-dining restaurants, casual eateries, and inviting bars and lounges. With wide-ranging culinary opportunities, Nemacolin is an ideal choice for those searching for an epicurean getaway, a special occasion destination, or a family restaurant that will leave everyone satisfied. 

Most dining and drinking venues at Nemacolin are available only to overnight guests and members, ensuring an exclusive and intimate experience. Opening in the spring, The Royale at The Casino will be open to the public without an overnight stay required. Dining at The Peak is also be available seasonally for The Peak Winter Season Pass holders. 


Fine Dining

Stay for a few days, and savor a unique dining experience at each meal, or come for a one-night stay to indulge your discerning palate. Whatever you desire, Nemacolin has you covered with some of the best fine-dining restaurants in Pennsylvania.


The Chateau’s culinary crown jewel, Lautrec, is a standout among fine dining restaurants in Pennsylvania. The Forbes Five-Star restaurant is sumptuous in every detail, from the innovative, six-course chef’s tasting menu redefining Euro-American cuisine to the six original lithograph prints from French painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec that grace the wood-paneled walls. The restaurant also boasts a 1,200-bottle wine list, drawing from the largest working wine cellar in Pennsylvania. For those celebrating a momentous occasion, inquire about a chef’s table for an exclusive glimpse into the inner workings of the kitchen. Lautrec will be closed March 31-April 22, 2024.

Various small plate food items and wine offered at the Forbes Five-Star Lautrec restaurant at Nemacolin resort


Inspired by the visionary architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, Falling Rock takes its design cues from nearby Fallingwater, Wright’s masterpiece. It’s only fitting then that the hotel’s fine dining restaurant, Aqueous, follows suit. Mirroring Fallingwater, nature takes center stage at Aqueous, with floor-to-ceiling windows that incorporate the outside world into the dining experience. Sit on replicas of Fallingwater’s iconic barrel chairs while dining on fresh, vibrant seafood dishes including towering seafood platters and pan-roasted scallops, a chef favorite. Reserve your table just before sundown for an unforgettable Laurel Highlands sunset. Beginning September 2, Falling Rock will only be available for guests 16 and older. This includes a dining experience at Aqueous.

Fawn & Fable

Found in The Grand Lodge at Nemacolin, Fawn & Fable pays homage to the farm-to-table tradition of the Laurel Highlands with a menu of steakhouse classics prepared with the finest ingredients sourced through local farms and purveyors, including Nemacolin’s own greenhouses and gardens whenever possible. Dine on dry-aged steaks and domestic Wagyu with decadent sides including lobster tail, bone marrow, and smoked bleu cheese all in a magical fairytale setting.


Casual Dining

Nemacolin may have some of the best fine dining in Pennsylvania, but it also boasts inspired casual-dining spots, too. There’s something for everyone, from families looking to appeal to their pickiest eaters, golfers in search of classic favorites, and those lounging poolside who crave fresh, delicious takes on popular comfort dishes.


Taste the vibrant flavors of Italy when Gusto! comes to Nemacolin late this summer. Dine on wood-fired pizzas, pastas and desserts prepared with fresh, local ingredients in a comfortably casual setting. Whether you choose to dine indoors or al fresco, you’ll be surrounded by verdant views of Nemacolin’s lush grounds.

The Royale

To play at your top level, you need the proper fuel. The Royale at The Casino is an exclusive steakhouse offering delectable classics from the land and sea in addition to satisfying favorites, sides, and cocktails elevated by the award-winning Nemacolin culinary team. While there’s a delicious selection of bites and beverages at the bar, in the restaurant, dine on a classic NY Strip with a side of truffle fries, or enjoy a Nemacolin Old-Fashioned before heading back to the tables and slots. Guests must be 21 and over, and present an ID to dine at The Royale, opening in the spring of 2024.

Dining at The Peak

Dine on fresh, delicious versions of the comforting, casual food you crave after a day full of excitement at the pool, on the slopes, and more. What’s more, dining at The Peak isn’t constrained to any one space. Enjoy artisan flatbreads, handhelds, bowls, and salads, plus kid-friendly hot dogs, chicken nuggets, and pizza inside, outside, poolside, fireside, slopeside, and in your cabana, too.

A family of four enjoying an outdoor meal overlooking the pool at The Peak restaurant at Nemacolin resort.


Golfers making their way through the picturesque fairways of Mystic Rock are offered the ultimate convenience through Mulligans: the ability to enjoy a meal or beverage break without ever stepping off the course. Open seasonally, menus available on the carts mean classic summer favorites and refreshing drinks can be picked up with a short stop on the course.

Sunset Terrace

Located on the deck of Falling Rock’s striking triangular infinity pool, Sunset Terrace is an idyllic spot to marvel over a Laurel Highlands sunset while enjoying delicious classics. Resort guests can casually dine at tables with umbrellas on the deck, while the pool and cabanas are available exclusively for Falling Rock guests. Cabanas have full food and beverage service and can accommodate four to six adults, plus children, for a maximum of eight guests. Beginning September 2, Falling Rock will only be available for guests 16 and older. This includes the Sunset Terrace.

The Patisserie

Stop by The Patisserie, located on the first floor of The Chateau, for your anytime pick-me-up. Choose between espresso drinks, smoothies, and teas, along with pastries and sandwiches, all made fresh-to-order. Dine in the pretty, airy space — recently reimagined to look like a Parisian pastry shop — or take your items to go.

Interior photo of the counter and shelves of The Patisserie at Nemacolin resort

PJ’s Ice Cream Parlor

Indulge your sweet tooth at PJ’s Ice Cream Parlor, a whimsical 1950s-style ice cream parlor serving cones, sundaes, shakes, and more along with jukebox tunes. PJ’s is undergoing an upgrade, and will reopen with a fresh and inviting candy-colored palette in early summer 2024.


Bars & Lounges

When what you crave is a well-made cocktail or craft beer, Nemacolin’s bars and lounges have you covered with oh-so-many settings. Your pursuit of the perfect drink ends here.

Amber Bar

Found at Falling Rock, Amber Bar is the place to go for specialty cocktails like the Amber Apple 75 — an ingenious mashup between a whiskey sour and a French 75 — and fun, creative bites like a crab and pimento cheese grilled cheese. Beginning September 2, Falling Rock will only be available for guests 16 and older. This includes the Amber Bar.

Two men and two women enjoying cocktails and a seafood tower at the casual Amber Bar restaurant at the Falling Rock hotel at Nemacolin resort

The Hardy Room

Steeped in Old World elegance, The Hardy Room pairs a full bar with an impressive selection of bourbons, scotches, and cognacs in addition to world-class cigars.

Circle Bar & The Study

Sumptuous in every way, the Circle Bar in The Grand Lodge offers a lavish cocktail experience crafted by expert mixologists. When the conversation turns intimate, take your cocktails next door to The Study, a cozy retreat adorned with walls of books and a hand-painted ceiling full of stars.


At Nightcap, lively cabaret performances that echo the allure of vintage glamour serve as the tantalizing backdrop to craft cocktails, savory bites, and decadent desserts. This late-night hangout and entertainment venue opens early summer 2024.

The Bleu Room

Tucked away behind a secret door somewhere within Nemacolin’s more than 2,200 acres lies The Bleu Room, accessible only by invitation. One inside this ultra-exclusive parlor, the possibilities are limitless, served by a uniformed staff of magic makers. The Bleu Room reopens in the early summer of 2024.


Play Your Epicurean Getaway Today

If you’re searching for a resort with the best fine dining in Pennsylvania, Nemacolin offers an array of choice to cater to every palate and occasion. Begin planning your stay by contacting a Resort Reservations Specialist at 866.344.6957. For assistance with dining reservations, reach out to a member of the Experience Team at 724.780.2156.

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