Ye Olde Centerton Inn

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CLAMS CASINO 10.50 HOT SPINACH & ARTICHOKE DIP. 10.00. SEAFOOD BISQUE 7.50 CHICKEN TENDERS 8.50. THE CENTERTON INN BOUILLABAISE 28.00. Our …
Ye Olde Centerton Inn A Three Hundred Year Old American Landmark • Since 1706

Appetizers

SHRIMP COCKTAIL 12.50



STUFFED MUSHROOMS 10.75



CENTERTON SAMPLER 13.00

two each: clams casino, stuffed mushrooms, bacon wrapped scallops

and chilled shrimp cocktail



SHRIMP CENTERTON 11.00

wrapped in bacon with a mild horseradish filling



ONE DOZEN STEAMED CLAMS ITALIANO 11.00



BACON WRAPPED SCALLOPS 11.50

Served with horseradish-mustard sauce

CRAB TAGLIATELLE 11.00 The original! Sweet tomato-balsamico vinaigrette

CLAMS CASINO 10.50 HOT SPINACH & ARTICHOKE DIP 10.00

SEAFOOD BISQUE 7.50 CHICKEN TENDERS 8.50



THE CENTERTON INN BOUILLABAISE 28.00 Our famous seafood combination of mussels, clams, shrimp, grouper and monkfish simmered in a saffron broth



Beef, Pork and Veal

FILET MIGNON 29.00

GRILLED ANGUS NEW YORK STRIP STEAK 29.00

VEAL MARSALA 22.50 Tender Veal with Sautéed Mushrooms and Brown Sauce

STEAK CENTERTON 34.50 Grilled Filet Mignon topped with Crabmeat and Béarnaise sauce



VEAL PARMIGIANO 22.50

STEAK FROMAGE 32.00 Grilled New York Strip Steak with Crumbled Blue Cheese Cream



GOVERNOR’S PUMPKIN SEED PORK 24.50 with Caramelized Apples and Wild Mushroom Bread Pudding



Pasta CRABMEAT OVER IMPORTED LINGUINE 28.00 in a white wine garlic herb broth

1 FETTUCCINE PRIMAVERA FINISHED IN A BLUSH SAUCE 16.50



PASTA MINESTRA 16.50

with Spinach, Basil, White Beans and Pecorino over Penne Pasta

SEAFOOD PESCATORE OVER ANGEL HAIR 27.00 Jumbo shrimp, scallops, steamed littleneck clams and crabmeat simmered in a tomato broth

MEDLEY JARDINIÈRE 16.50 Broiled Stuffed Pepper with Spinach Florentine, Steamed Asparagus, Broiled Tomato, Baked Potato and Tomato Vinaigrette

Gems from the Sea

TILAPIA ROYALE 24.50 Topped with crab imperial on a bed of asparagus with Orange Butter sauce

BRAZILIAN LOBSTER TAIL 27.00 Eight- Ounce lobster tail

FRESH TILAPIA 19.00 broiled in a lemon butter, or Cajun spiced

HERB -CRUSTED SEARED SCALLOPS 28.00 Risotto cake, wilted spinach and tomato-caper butter sauce

CRAB IMPERIAL 27.00 Simply our most popular seafood dish. Baked jumbo lump crabmeat with our signature sauce

LOBSTER NEWBURG 27.00 Lobster meat sautéed with mushrooms and a sherry Newburg sauce served over jasmine rice

LEMON-DILL SALMON 25.00 Steamed in a champagne butter sauce with spinach and jambalaya rice

FRIED SHRIMP MACADAMIA 23.00 Fried macadamia nut crusted shrimp served with our decadent raspberry sauce







Chicken Dishes



DUCK TOSCANO 28.00 Pan-seared and served with parmigiano-herb simmered white beans and rice

CHICKEN ISABELLA 19.00 Sautéed with garlic, shallots, oven dried tomatoes, capers and mushrooms over linguine

CHICKEN CARBONARA 22.00 Scallions, bacon, garlic, blended cheeses and heavy cream over angel hair pasta

CHICKEN AND SEAFOOD AURORA 24.00 Sautéed with shrimp, scallops, garlic, mushrooms, herbs and brandy in a blush sauce over linguine

CHICKEN ETOUFEE 22.00 A Louisiana tradition with peppers, onions, celery and scallions in a rich brown broth over rice



A Brief History Ye Olde Centerton Inn has long been a welcome way station, serving the weary traveler since 1706. A notable landmark, the Inn is the oldest operating Inn in New Jersey, as well as the second oldest operating Inn in America! The rich tradition of the Inn reflects the very history of our nation. The customs officers of King William and Queen Mary utilized the Inn as an inventory station to enforce the “Navigation Acts,” and the Centerton Inn served as a vital link between Philadelphia and Great Egg Harbor.

The General Marquis de Lafayette is said to have planned Revolutionary War strategy here, and General “Mad” Anthony Wayne visited the Inn on food foraging expeditions for Washington’s troops at Valley Forge. The Inn was used for casting votes in the 1824 Presidential Election between John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson and again during the Election of 1828. During the mid 1800’s the Centerton Inn became an important mail stop, as it was located at the crossroads of two well travelled stagecoach lines. One line ran from Greenwich to the Ferry Crossing below Philadelphia; the other ran from shore points to Tuckahoe, to Port Elizabeth, Millville, Bridgeton, and onto the Inn.

Relax and enjoy our Lounge and Dining Rooms. Each of our six rooms has its own personality, warmth and appeal. We appreciate your visit and strive daily to surpass your highest expectations!

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