Ye Olde Centerton Inn
Valentine's Day Dinner will be served from 4PM through 10 PM on Tuesday the 14th. Holiday Menu will be served. We'll also serve the regular dinner menu from 4PM to 9PM on Monday the 13th.


Ye Olde Centerton Inn has been in continuous operation since 1706, and currently serves the region's finest steaks and the freshest seafood. Relax and enjoy a cold beer from our extensive and seasonally - changing list, or an expertly mixed cocktail from one of our professionally trained staff members. Our wine list is world class, and features an eclectic mix of selections personally chosen by the chef/owner. We feature six quaintly furnished dining rooms which will transport you to another time- when weary travelers would make their stop for the day and unwind to first class food, service and drink. Our food features a blend of classic American preparations as well as unique contemporary dishes prepared with organic or local products whenever possible.

In addition to lunch and dinner, Ye Olde Centerton Inn is happy to cater your events at your desired location. We offer our full menu for takeout, and are the first choice for:

 Wedding Rehearsal Dinners as well as Intimate Weddings

All Holiday Celebrations

Communion, Confirmations, Bridal and Baby Showers

Birthdays and Graduations, Memorial Ceremonies

We try not to do pre- packaged deals. You're needs are unique, and we work with each client to tailor an event which will conform to your price and product needs. Call us and we'll help tailor your event! (856) 358-3201.

Our Mission is to feature the best of what the Cumberland-Salem County Region can be- Fabulous, Creative, Locally Grown and Produced Food and carefully selected Beverages, served cheerfully, proudly and professionally in the Most Unique Setting in the State, and one of the most interesting places in the country. In a day when mass-produced chain restaurants have become the norm, we seek to be the exception- proudly individual and unscripted! As owner and Chef Joanne Goode says, " I want them to taste the love."

"Come and taste the Love"

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