j timothys is absolutely amazing. especially the dirt style hot wings are very good, i will recommend this place.
We finally got in to eat. This place is always busy so we tried an early Sunday night at 600. It was still busy but only a 15 minute wait. We did ask our waitress what day was the least busy and she said everyday was busy but the holiday season is really busy and to come by five so... More
Staying in Farmington, J Timothy's was recommended by a local friend, and was a great choice, indeed! Arrived without reservations on a weeknight and were surprised to see how busy the place was. We accepted a table in the bar, rather than wait for a table in one of the dining areas. This turned out to be a wise choice... More
This place has great wings! The "dirt" wings are the best! They also have great beer duos. When we want really good wings ~ this is where we go!
... and that's only because I didn't find them the first night! This place has been around since the late 1700's. Very quaint inside. The place was packed every night, too. And in the middle of the week, no less! I saw families there with young children, middle aged, & up. The food is prepared uniquely & expertly. Priced a... More
J. Timothy's Taverne is consistently satisfying. It's open 7 days per week, but we especially love this place for an early Sunday dinner. We begin every meal with an order of "dirt wings." This house specialty is also a popular take out item. My wife ordered the boneless braised short ribs. As described, they really were incredibly tender. I always... More
Great pub style food + a whole lot more. The wings are large and some of the best I've ever had as far as sauce or rub. Great French Onion Soup. Unusual salads with great ingredients including fresh seafood (scallops or salmon). Although they are always busy and you have to avoid prime time hours, the service is always excellent,... More
Food and service were great. It tends to get pretty crowded on weekends so try to get there early to avoid the crowds. Love the bread as well. it's brushed with honey and tastes delicious!
Decor: This place has been in business since the late 1800's. It was called Cooke's Taverne. It was a stage coach stop over. People ate and sleep over night after a long ride. Lots of the original atmosphere is still there. Note the wide plank floors and many fireplaces some with ovens. They have several places for parties of various... More
The scallop tacos were very good. The server was awesome. The beer selection was great! Very cool decor and interesting history. Would Live to come back next time I'm in the area.
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