View Room Bar

  • View Room Bar at the Tides Inn

By morning, the View Room is the perfect perch to enjoy waterfront vistas while sipping a hot coffee. In the early evening, our mixologist stirs up signature cocktails, such as our Lancaster Lemonade.

*Menus are subject to change seasonally

Lounge Fare

Artisan Cheese and Charcuterie Board | v

Served with Seasonal Accoutrements

- 24.00
Burrata and Local Melon | gf

Estate Berry Reduction, Grilled Peach, Blood Orange, Culatta

- 17.00
Local Oysters on the Half Shell or Fried

Served with Cocktail Sauce, Mignonette, Lemon

- $16/$28
Pan Seared Crabcake

Pan Seared Crab Cake, Pickled Vegetables, Whole Grain Mustard Aioli

- 21.00
Shrimp Cocktail | gf

Chilled Grilled Shrimp, Cocktail Sauce, Lemon Wedge

- 18.00
Tuna Crudo | gf

Charred Avocado Puree, Grapefruit, Pickled Habanero Pepper

- 18.00

Signature Cocktails

1947

Botanist Gin, House-Made Lavender Syrup, Lemon Juice, Lavender Bitters

- 17.00
Lancaster Lemonade

Local Cirrus Vodka, Limoncello, Lemon Juice, Ginger Ale

- 16.00
PSM Margarita

Casamigos Reposado Tequila, Peach Schnapps, House-Made Pumpkin Puree, Lime Juice, Spices, Apricot Brandy

- 17.00
Reverse Martini

Botanist Gin, Amaro Nonino, Averna, Raspberry Tea

- 18.00
Tides Old Fashion

Copper Fox “Tides Inn Selection”, Demerara Syrup, Angostura Bitters

- 17.00

Mocktail

Blackberry Vanilla

Lemon Juice, Blackberry Syrup, Honey, Vanilla Extract

- 14.00
Sea Wolf

Pear Raspberry Shrub, Lemon Juice, Non-Alcoholic Sparkling

- 14.00

Wines by the Glass/Bottle

Brut

NV Moet Chandon Brut “Imperial” Champagne, France

- $22/$105
Cabernet

2018 Louis Martini Napa Valley

- $25/$92
Chardonnay

2019 Jordan, Russian River

- $25/$100
Moscato

Cavit, Trevenezie, Italy

- $12/$42
Pinot Grigio

2021 Jermann, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy

- $20/$80
Pinot Noir

2019 Belle Glos, Las Alturas vineyard

- $20/$80
Prosecco

NV Col di Rocca, Veneto, Italy

- $13/$48
Red Blend

D2, Delille Cellar Washington

- $22/$70
Sauvignon Blanc

2019 Aveta Stag’s Leap, Napa Valley

- $22/$65

Red

Cabernet

2018 Louis Martini Napa Valley

- $25/$92
Pinot Noir

2019 Belle Glos, Las Alturas vineyard

- $20/$80
Red Blend

D2, Delille Cellar Washington

- $22/$70

Sparkling

Brut

NV Moet Chandon Brut “Imperial” Champagne, France

- $22/$105
Moscato

Cavit, Trevenezie, Italy

- $12/$42
Prosecco

NV Col di Rocca, Veneto, Italy

- $13/$48

White

Chardonnay

2019 Jordan, Russian River

- $25/$100
Pinot Grigio

2021 Jermann, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy

- $20/$80
Sauvignon Blanc

2019 Aveta Stag’s Leap, Napa Valley

- $22/$65

Drinking Distilled Spirits, Beer, Coolers, Wine and Other Alcoholic Beverages May Increase Cancer Risk, and, During Pregnancy, Can Cause Birth Defects.

Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions. Please notify your server if you have food
allergies or require special food preparation and we will be happy to accommodate your needs.

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Irvington Virginia is serenely sited on the tranquil eastern banks of Carter’s Creek where it flows into the Rappahannock River about 12 miles north of its confluence with the Chesapeake Bay. John Smith explored it first in 1608. Not long after, great plantation owners came to grow and export tobacco to England via the bay and Atlantic Ocean. Water’s edge villages, like Irvington, quickly emerged along creeks, rivers, and estuaries – less than 60 miles from Jamestown and Colonial Williamsburg.