Hours & Location
110 South St,
Morristown, NJ 07960
Tuesday - Thursday
4:30pm - 9pm
Friday - Saturday
Tuesday - Saturday
About Jockey Hollow
Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen is the creation of James Beard Award Winning restaurateur Chris Cannon and a team of 100 dedicated hospitality professionals. Located in Morristown's Vail Mansion, the space offers four distinctly styled dining spaces for guests to explore. A sophisticated fine dining atmosphere in The Washington Room, conviviality and comfort in The Oyster Bar and The Vail Bar, and beer hall gusto in The Rathskeller.
DIRECTIONS & PARKING
Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen is located at the Vail Mansion at 110 South Street, Morristown NJ, 07960. WE ARE CURRENTLY UNABLE TO PROVIDE VALET SERVICES. The Morristown Parking Authority has a public parking lot on the property of the Vail Mansion. The lot shares space with the MPAC theatre next door and, unfortunately, fills up very quickly on events nights. There is also parking on event nights for $5 at Maccullough and Oak Street, just a short walk from the restaurant. The parking lot behind Town Hall, at 200 South Street, is free, and just a five-minute walk from the restaurant.
Jockey Hollow offers 5% off your entire bill for an individual or two people who take Uber (and present proof of the ride) to the restaurant.
For additional parking garages, please consult this map. The map highlights parking destinations as well as the Vail Mansion, home of Jockey Hollow Bar and Kitchen.
If you are traveling by train, the Morristown New Jersey transit stop is a five-minute walk from the restaurant. Please call us for exact directions.
There are two entrances to the restaurant: (1) Through the garage underneath the mansion residences and (2) Through our main entrance located on the left side of the mansion as you approach it from the street.
Dress at Jockey Hollow Bar and Kitchen is elegant casual; however, we have no enforced dress code and prefer all our guests to dress comfortably.
We are happy to open wines from your personal collection. The charge for corkage is $35 a bottle and guests are limited to one bottle for every two guests at the table.