A Historic Hudson Valley Restaurant

History of The Ship Lantern Inn

Owned and operated by three generations of the Foglia family, The Ship Lantern Inn is a mainstay of the Hudson Valley restaurant community.

Housed in a building that dates back to Revolutionary War days, this historic restaurant in the Hudson Valley showcases Mr. Foglia’s personal collection of miniature sailing ships. These exquisitely detailed models show naval and commercial shipping as it was in the past. New and returning guests alike continue to marvel at the impressive collection housed at this historic Hudson Valley restaurant.

Mr. Foglia is also one of the four original founders of the renowned Chef Boy-Ar-Dee company, which was awarded the Army and Navy ā€œEā€ as a result of tastings supplied from The Ship Lantern Inn’s kitchen.

"Top-notch from stem to stern", this "long-established" Milton New American-Continental stays on course with "consistently" "delicious" cooking and "impeccable", "formal" service from "professionals" "in tuxes"

-Zagat.com