To Our Loyal Patrons


Outdoor Dining is BACK!

Join us for an outdoor table at our farm this summer!
Outdoor seating is weather permitting and operates on a first come, first served basis.

For any questions, please call our Host Desk at (908) 901-9500, option 1.


Ninety Acres is currently open for Reserved Indoor Dining.

Weather permitting, we are offering Outdoor Tables on a first come, first served basis.
We are not currently offering reservations for Outdoor Dining. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Reservations can be made via phone or OpenTable up to 45 days in advance.
We are only able to accept reservations of up to 8 guests at this time.
For parties of 9 and above only, please contact the restaurant at (908) 901-4710 for more information.

Valet Parking is available full-time.

We are following all government regulations and CDC protocols regarding safety and sanitation practices.

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Pastry Chef Lindsay Spinnato

Chocolate Espresso Sour Cream Bundt Cake

Cooking School

Experience dining out in a whole new way. The Cooking School offers recreational classes of all cuisine types and any skill level. All you need is an appetite!



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The Mansion

The famous 1912 Natirar Mansion has been lovingly restored to the grandeur of its past. Re-opened in June 2017, the Mansion is available with its expansive lawns, rolling hills, and historic architecture for your upcoming social or business event. Learn more here or call us at 908.901.4708. 


Established in 1905, the 1000+ acre property was founded by Walter Graeme Ladd and Kate Macy Ladd to be their homestead. Their Mansion was completed in 1912, creating the largest estate in the area.

Property Name

The estate was named “Natirar” by the Ladds; an anagram for Raritan as the property stretches from what is now Route 206 to across the North Branch of the Raritan River.

Natirar Use

Following Mrs. Ladd’s death, Natirar and the Mansion served as a convalescent home until 1983. During that time, the property was sold to King Hassan II of Morocco. 


The now-500 acre property is owned by Somerset County. In March 2003, Bob Wojtowicz executed a 99 year lease for the upper 90 acres to create Natirar: The Farm, Cooking School, Mansion, Club and Ninety Acres restaurant.

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