J's at Nashoba Winery

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J's at Nashoba Valley Winery is located in Bolton, Massachusetts. The restaurant was added to the winery in order to offer food in a quiet, romantic atmosphere. The food is often made from ingredients grown on the farm or locally sourced. J's at Nashoba Valley Winery has been doing this long before farm to table became a popular concept.

J's at Nashoba Valley Winery serves Sunday brunch, lunch, dinner and caters events like picnic outings and a wine and tapas party. Some examples of the meals include Berkshire pork chop, warm shaved pastrami sandwich, caramelized shallot-fig polenta pizetta, pan seared GeorgeÕs Bank scallops and maple cheesecake among others.

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4.0based on all time ratings
3.5
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4.2
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3.7
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OT
New England
1 review
Dined on March 3, 2017
Overall5food5service5ambience4

Went here for my birthday with my husband and 3 year old. Not kid friendly, but they were accommodating and made her something not on the menu. They do have boosters and high chairs. The food was farm to table and delicious. They make all their own, wine, beer and liquor. Pricey but worth it and great for an occasion. Will be going many more times!

LM
New England
2 reviews
Dined on January 28, 2017
Overall5food5service5ambience5

Love it there. I go to winery first then the restaurant and it feels like a mini vacation.

OT
New England
1 review
Dined on January 27, 2017
Overall5food5service5ambience5

Wonderful . Been there before and enjoyed every visit. Will recommend to family and friends

WM
New England
4 reviews
Dined on January 20, 2017
Overall1food1service5ambience3

First visit but unfortunately probably our last. The boar chop (most expensive entree at $40) had so much gristle that it was impossible to eat. Waitress was kind enough to comp the wine but too long a drive to make it worthwhile to try again.

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