The Park Inn Restaurant

37 Shethar St
Hammondsport, NY 14840
(607) 224-4044


The Restaurant at The Park Inn is seasonally focused, with an emphasis on locally produced and sourced ingredients for all of its offerings. Our fully modernized kitchen is directed by Chef Dan Eaton, who had a 20-year professional cooking career in Rochester, NY working his way up through the ranks at Rooney’s, 2Vine, Rio Bamba, Tonic, and Pearl. Eaton staged at renowned restaurants Bouley in New York City and Auberge du Soleil & The French Laundry in Napa Valley, California. In 2005, Eaton began hosting “Cooking at Home” on Time Warner Cable, and for the next 12 years, he was personally responsible for creating more than 3,000 recipe segments that aired in many markets throughout the United States. After leaving television, Eaton worked at Good Luck Restaurant in Rochester, once again diving deep into the workings of an ultra-creative, upscale restaurant. The Park Inn complements Chef Eaton’s locally sourced cuisine with a 200+ selection wine list. The Park Inn’s wine list splits its focus between both the Finger Lakes and international regions renowned for the cool climate wines our region emulates. The wine list offers bottle selections, wines by the glass, and flights of wines that give guests the opportunity to compare and contrast local favorites with international classics. The bar at The Park Inn is a piece of Hammondsport history, showcasing original crafted woodwork, inlays, and style. The craft cocktail menu focuses on well-executed classics and house specialties that incorporate locally sourced seasonal ingredients such as fruits, herbs, and purees. The beer selection offers a diverse range of traditional and modern styles, with an eye toward local and regional brews. From crispy pilsners and robust IPAs to craft ciders and sours, the beer selection has something to satisfy brew enthusiasts. Our full dining menu is also available at our bar, offering the perfect chance for a more social dining environment or just a quick bite while stopping through. The Restaurant’s 60-seat dining area is split into two intimate rooms. Both rooms feature historical and modernized decorative touches, including local artifacts, black and white photography, and a mural wall preserved from 1929. The dining room’s approachable feel and warm service style offers guests a comfortable yet elegant place to sample, savor, and celebrate all the flavors the Finger Lakes Region has to offer.