When dining at Restaurant 1818, you will be dining within one of the only true Antebellum dining experiences. Here you will dine in what was originally the Men's and Ladies’ Parlors. These two parlors are adorned with authentic period crystal gasoliers. These impressive reproduction chandeliers and wall sconces were custom made for Monmouth by the artisans at Waterford Crystal in Ireland.
Guests have complete dining freedom when they reserve a table at Restaurant 1818. Here guests can select from a choice of individual menu items on an a la carte basis, where connoisseurs can select from appetizers, soups, salads, entrees, and desserts, including our award-winning white chocolate bread pudding. A full wine list and wine by the glass program is available to ensure your dining experience is the very best Natchez has to offer!
Private dining by candlelight is also offered for 8 to 12 people at the main dining room table. This room exemplifies the elegant dining experience which has been customary since the days of John and Eliza Quitman.