The Somers Inn Restaurant

The Somers Inn Restaurant, originally called The Kibbe Hotel was built around 1804. It was then owned by Warren Kibbe and then by George Kibbe. The Hotel at that time was on a Stagecoach run from Hartford to Boston. Rumor has it that George Washington slept here but that is unconfirmed, and I guess we'll never know! In 1931 Kibbe Hotel became the Olde Homestead Inn, run by Alphonse and Hilda Joerg and George and Emmy Schiessl. The actual Somers Inn was located at 735 Main Street and was built as a working farm. The house was sold in the 1940's and made into an Inn called, Somers Inn. The Inn burned in February 1957. In the early 1960's The Olde Homestead Inn was renamed, The Somers Inn Restaurant.

The Somers Inn Restaurant has been owned and operated by The Boggio Family since 1978. As a family owned business, we take pride in our friendly relaxed atmosphere and we strive to purchase the freshest seafood, meats and vegetables available to us.

Our staff is available to help you plan anything from the smallest intimate gathering to a function of up to 100, or reservations for lunch or dinner to banquet menus. We will also customize your own menu.

At The Somers Inn Restaurant, we also have a wonderful take out menu. All take out entrees are served with house potato & vegetable. Pasta & Seafood dishes excluded. Please call for details.