The restaurant was within walking distance from where we stayed at the resort and it was a nice night, so we decided to walk. When we arrived, we were greeted by a friendly hostess and seated right away. When we sat down, our waitress Kylie came to greet us and asked if we’ve been there before or had any questions. She explained the whole menu and told us her recommendations — everything on the menu looked delicious!
We had the Burrata, with a grilled bread with Frantoia olive oil to start along, with a glass of Champagne — both were delicious. Once it was time to order, my mom decided on the spaghetti and meatballs and I decided to get filet with garlic mashed potatoes.
As we waited for our food, we had multiple conversations with our waitress about our lives, the resort, different things to do around the area and much more. Once she brought our food, we dug in and everything was good.
The decor of the restaurant fit right in with the mountain theme. The high ceilings and the rustic decor made me feel like I was in a cabin in the middle of nowhere — not to mention the beautiful views of Camelback Mountain.
Overall, the experience was enjoyable and the staff was nice, helpful and accommodating! We did not feel rushed at all — it felt like they wanted you to relax and enjoy your meal and time at the restaurant. I highly recommend everyone who stays at Camelback Resort to dine at Berrelli’s Italian Chophouse!
233 Resort Dr.
Tannersville, PA 18372
tel 570 369 1506
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