Weddings at Jockey Hollow
Located in Morristown's Vail Mansion, the space offers four distinct aesthetics for guests to explore on your wedding day through a full-restaurant buyout. Our team will create a unique non-traditional wedding experience with you by weaving together high-quality seasonal dishes, wines, and modern event design through our trusted local vendors.Inquire Now About Your Wedding
The Washington Room
Up the grand staircase, The Dining Room is Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen's fine dining restaurant. Originally built to be the living quarters of Theodore Vail and his family, the three rooms overlook the mansion’s 150-foot long reflecting pool. In the Dining Room guests can relax and enjoy a beautiful evening with wine pairings or with one of the 600 selections offered in The Wine Vault at Jockey Hollow. Exuding grace and sophistication, The Dining Room is the crown jewel of the Jockey Hollow experience.
The Rathskeller is the German term for ‘council’s cellar,’ a room in the basement of a civil building. Formerly the mansion's basement housed the jail cell for Morristown. Now, the Rathskeller serves as an event space for weddings, corporate events, and celebrations of all kinds. When the room isn’t hosting events, a rotating calendar of live music, wine dinners, beer dinners, and the terrific Rathskeller food and drink menu can keep you entertained. The basement is accessible through the parking garage underneath the mansion or by taking the elevator from the main or second floor.
The Vail Bar
A GLAM 1920's-STYLE COCKTAIL LOUNGE
The Vail Bar is located in the back of the first floor the mansion, just behind the grand staircase. Originally constructed as the mansion’s library, the room now serves as the epicenter of Jockey Hollow’s cocktail culture. The room exudes warmth and conviviality; it’s the perfect place to meet after work for a cocktail and oysters, to enjoy a meal at the bar, or to party the night away.
The Oyster Bar
CASUAL & CONTEMPORARY
The Oyster Bar is the core of the Jockey Hollow experience. Boisterous and elegant all at once, the room balances original marble columns side by side with newly crafted teak. Originally intended to be the mansion's art gallery, the room is now bisected by a zinc bar. The menu features a wide variety of raw bar, house made charcuterie, cheese, and small plates for the table alongside traditional entrées.