The Warwick Inn has re-opened under the ownership of Arben (Chef Alberto) Dautaj, who is also the executive chef, and his wife, Arta.
“We’re bringing back the memory, the legacy of The Warwick Inn,” says owner-executive chef Alberto, who uses one name.
For more than 160 years, the Warwick Inn has been a landmark, located at 36 Oakland Ave. on the southern edge of the Village of Warwick.
“Great food, great service is our goal,” says Alberto, who for more than 35 years has been in the restaurant-hospitality business. “The Warwick Inn is back for Warwickians and visitors.”
Alberto calls his new menu “American Continental cuisine with a Mediterranean flare.”
Serving lunch and dinner, seven days a week, the Warwick Inn lunch menu is brimming with fresh salads, sandwiches, panini’s, and pasta. The dinner menu includes aged beef, beef bourguignon, lobster ravioli, short ribs, steaks, and a selection of fish dishes and pastas.
The Warwick Inn kitchen features local vegetables and fruits, truly making it a farm-to-table feast. The Inn is proud of its rich wine cellar, with selections personally picked by Alberto and his staff.
Alberto also owns Momento in West Milford, NJ and Arta in Ringwood, NJ. He is especially proud of what he calls, “the best outdoor dining in Warwick.”
The Warwick Inn is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. Lunch is served starting at 12 noon. Fri. and Sat., the Warwick Inn is open until 10 p.m. and Sun. to 9 p.m.