“In October 1998, Tanino Ristorante and Bar opened its doors in one of Westwood’s original, historic Mediterranean buildings. Designed in 1929 by premiere architect Paul Revere Williams, the building resembles the elegant Pitti Palace in Florence. This charming and surprising building seems to have finally found its perfect tenant. For the first time in the well-preserved architectural gem’s 75-year history, the building now offers the best of Bella Italia inside and out, as if it was always meant to be home to the equally emarkable Tanino.”
"I watch cooking change the cook, just as it transforms the food." — BRYANT MCGILL
Haddon Hall is beautiful and I have been fortunate to have been able to visit it twice in the past 3 years. I am a direct decendant of Richard De Vernon. My ancestors migrated to America in 1682 and settled in Virginia.
Take care of the old homestead. I hope to return with my family to see it again before too long.
“Good painting is like good cooking - it can be tasted, but not explained.” — MALCOLM GLADWELL
Out of all the place I have visited in the world, I have found Haddon to be the most beautiful and delightful. The delicious scones in Haddon's restaurant are the best I have had anywhere. The grounds are so magical I can almost imagine the days when my ancestors rode across them, armor and swords clanking and horses everywhere, as they rode off to fight wherever needed. Haddon has managed to give a magnificent glimpse into the past while still retaining all its charm. Thank you for such a delight.
“Great cooking favors the prepared hands.” — T. SCOTT MCLEOD
A delightful and informative visit. Gardens beautiful even in the rain! Very helpful staff.
“For me, cooking is an expression of the land where you are and the culture of that place.l” — MANDY HALE
A visit to Haddon Hall is like a pilgrimage for me. There is something unique here, and each moment is treasured and held, until the next visit. Thank you for looking after a very beautiful place.
“Whatever you dream of, there will be fulfillment.” — LAILAH GIFTY AKITA
For me, cooking is an expression of the land where you are and the culture of that place.