The Brookview Manor of The Poconos
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The Brookview Manor (located in the Poconos Region of Pennsylvania) is nestled in the heart of the Poconos Mountains on five picturesque acres across from the Brodhead Creek and is surrounded by over 200 privately owned acres of forests. Enjoy the simple pleasure of a cozy porch swing on the spacious wraparound porch , explore the wooded hiking and nature trails, fish in the trout stocked stream, Spend the day enjoying nature or try your skills at Mount Airy Casino, only 6 miles away.
The Brookview Manor is convenient to many popular Poconos attractions that make it truly a four-season retreat. For the sports enthusiast, golf, tennis, boating, horseback riding, cross country and downhill skiing are only a short distance away. There are also a wide selection of outlet stores and unique country craft and antique shops for the serious shopper or leisurely browser. The finest dining can be found in local restaurants that cater to the discriminating palate, or enjoy a gourmet dining experience at the Inn. Brookview Manor has a intimate lounge and award winning restaurant with a New York Chef.
Your Innkeepers, Gaile and Marty, take the time to give each guest personalized attention, and they have taken care to insure that a visit to The Brookview Manor is a most pleasurable experience.The suites and rooms range from cozy country to elegant upscale suites furnished with lovely antiques.. Jacuzzi and fireplace rooms, sunrooms and sitting rooms all uniquely appointed offer a panoramic view of woods, mountains and streams, and all have private baths.
Guests are pampered each morning with a delicious full gourmet breakfast served in our cheery dining room or sun porch. As the day draws to a close, guests can gather for informal conversation and relaxation enjoy a cocktail in the intimate lounge,. The Brookview Manor also offers their guest a global dinner menu, prepared by Innkeeper Marty, a former New York chef. The Inn suggest reservations at time of booking.
Green Seal Approved · Mobil 3 Stars
Things to Do
- The Brookview Manor Inn is convenient to many popular Poconos attractions that make it truly a four-season retreat.
- For the sports enthusiast golf, tennis, boating, horseback riding, cross country and downhill skiing are only a short distance away.
- There are also a wide selection of outlet stores and unique country craft and antique shops for the serious shopper or leisurely browser.
- The finest dining can be found at the Inn or at the numerous local restaurants that cater to the discriminating palate. No matter what your preference, delicious cuisine can be found within minutes of the Inn.
- And now we are just minutes from the new casino
- with its 2500 electronic and table games of chance
- From Country Casual to Elegant whichever you prefer.
- We specialize in weddings your way on your day
- Outdoor weddings in the gardens
- Inside in our Dining room or Enclosed Porch
- Menus are individually chosen
- Please call to make an appointment with our Wedding Specialist 570-595-2451
My Daughter's Place Restaurant
STARTERSCrab Stuffed Mushroom Caps 7Mushrooms with a succulent crab stuffing, baked to a golden brown in a garlic butter sauce.Chicken Lemongrass Dumplings 7Pillows of chicken and lemongrass lightly fried with a ginger scallion dipping sauce.Eggplant Margherita 7A tower of eggplant rounds layered with fresh tomato, basil and melted mozzarella on a bed of marinara then drizzled with a balsamic reduction.Calamari 9Tender calamari lighty breaded and fried, served with a marinara sauce.Shrimp Cocktail 10Chilled jumbo shrimp served with cocktail sauceSteamed Clams 10A pound of clams steamed in white wine then tossed with garlic, olive oil and fresh herbs.Mussels Posillipo 10A pound of mussels sautéed in white wine, garlic, tomato and herbs.Aubergine Saganaki 6.5Eggplant baked in tomato sauce with feta cheese and fresh herbs.
SOUPWhite French Onion 6 The Chef's InspirationA new take on a classic. This white onion soup is Our homemade soup of the day.topped with a flaky puffed pastry and melted cheeses. Small Bowl 4 Large Bowl 6
FROM THE GARDENSpring Greens With an entrée 4.5 As an entrée 8A delicate blend of greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions and carrot ribbons.Caesar Salad With an entrée 5.5 As an entrée 9Crispy romaine lettuce, tossed in homemade Caesar dressing with rustic croûtons and shaved Parmesan.Mediterranean Salad With an entrée 5.5 As an entrée 9A delicate blend of greens, feta cheese, cucumber, tomatoes, red onions, kalamata olives and stuffed grape leaves tossed with our Greek vinaigrette.Summer Salad With an entrée 5.5 As an entrée 9Walnuts, blue cheese crumbles, dried cranberries and poached pears on a bed of delicate blend of greens. Tossed in our Strawberry Vinaigrette.Add to any of the entrée size salads Chicken 5 Shrimp 9
ENTREESHand Cut Steaks* Mkt PriceOur Chef selects the finest cuts of meat to prepare for you. Please ask your server for tonight’s cut.Teriyaki Tenderloin* 20Sliced beef tenderloin with a port and mushroom reduction. Served with baked potato and vegetable.Tenderloin Amabile* 20Teriyaki glazed beef tenderloin served with baked potato and vegetable.Figgy Piggy 19Prime tenderloin pork mignon sauteed with figs in a sweet black currant sauce. Served with rice pilaf and vegetable.Pork Cordon Bleu 19Prime pork tenderloin medalloins with prosciutto and cheese. Bathed in a pink cream sauce served over pasta.Duck in Cassis Compote 25A half roasted duckling prepared in a cassis and berry compote. Served with baked potato and vegetable.Sesame Duck 25A crispy half ducking served over peanut sesame noodles with a ginger scallion sauce.Chicken Sorentino 21A lightly breaded chicken breast layered with prosciutto sautéed in sherry and eggplant. Topped with tomato sauce and melted mozzarella. Served with pasta.Chicken Parmigiana 18Boneless chicken breast fried to a golden brown topped with tomato sauce and melted mozzarella. Served with pasta.Chicken Meli-Alli 18Boneless chicken breasts alla francaise prepared in a lemon wine sauce with artichoke hearts, asparagus, capers, black olives and mushrooms, served with rice pilaf.Zuppa Di Pesce 26Shrimp, Calmari, a pound of Clams and a pound of mussels steamed in white wine and sautéed with garlic, tomato sauce and fresh herbs over pasta.Catch of the Day 19The freshest fish in the market prepared in your choice of a lemon wine sauce, scampi with garlic and herbs or blackened. Served with potato and vegetable.Shrimp Saganaki 22Jumbo shrimp baked in tomato sauce with kalamata olives, feta cheese and fresh herbs. Served with rice pilaf.Shrimp Scampi 22Jumbo shrimp sautéed in olive oil, garlic and white wine, on a bed of pasta.
PASTAAlfredo 16 Carbonara 18Pasta tossed in a velvety white cheese sauce. Alfredo with sautéed prosciutto and mushroomsAdd Chicken 5 Add Shrimp 9 Add Chicken 5 Add Shrimp 9*Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness.
Murder Mystery at the ManorIt is a typical Friday evening at the Brookview Manor Inn. The guests have all arrived for the weekend and are settling into their rooms, making dinner plans or just relaxing.Nothing unusual.It's now 9:00pm and something seems different. All of a sudden the Manor's doorbell chimes. In walks one of Monroe County's lead detectives. Everyone is then gathered into the parlor for an important announcement." There Has Been a Murder!"Everyone is a suspect and, with everyone's help we are going to find the culprit.Murder is not a laughing matter. Until Now.You are invited to a weekend of fun and laughs at the Brookview Manor Inn Murder Mystery Weekend.Check in is Friday after 3:00pm, but you must arrive before 9:00pm. The game cannot begin until all the guests have arrived. The tardy arrival of a guest has been considered by some to be justifiable grounds for homicide.The game will begin Friday evening in the parlor where you will meet one of the county's finest detectives.
Captain NoodlesAt this time the events of the weekend will be explained to you. (Refreshments will be served)The following morning breakfast will be served at 9:00am and the detective will sort out the clues and explain the day's activities. There will also be an optional road rally during the day on Saturday.Saturday evening dinner will be served at 7:30pm. Questions, clues and accusations will also be on the menu.Sunday morning breakfast will be served at 9:00am along with accusations and interrogations followed by the solving of the murder mystery.Rates for the weekend are based on regular room rates plus an additional $59 per person for the Murder Mystery and Saturday night dinner. 15% service charge is applied to dinner, plus any applicable taxes.
2013 Murder Mystery Dates
- February 22 & 23
- March 22 & 23
- April 19 & 20
- May 17 & 18
- June 21 & 22
- September 6 & 7
- September 27 & 28
- October 25 & 26
- November 22 & 23