Eno Terra is founded on the principle of regionalism and seasonality, drawing from local farmers, fishermen, and poultry producers, with three season harvests and grass fed beef from the Eno Terra Canal Farm.
Eno Terra, in line with the philosophy “Eat Local Drink Global,” brings together the best of local and regional markets and pairs the cuisine with the best wines from around the world. The menu is Italian in sensibility and features a wood burning grill, while the wine list focuses on Italy and the United States with an abundant representation from France and Spain.
Eno Terra is steeped in history, sitting on the oldest highway in America. Known as King’s Highway, it was historically a center point of local commerce. Approximately 75 yards to the west of the front door is the bridge over the Millstone River. This bridge was destroyed by General George Washington’s troops to help thwart the British after his successful battle in Trenton in 1777. The restaurant itself is the site of the Fisk General Store, and dates back to the 1860s. Original beams and original store foundation are still in use in the wine cellar; ask to see them when you visit!
Eno Terra represents the Terra Momo Restaurant Group’s commitment to delivering a superior dining experience while minimizing environmental impact. The restaurant holds a two-star certification from the Green Restaurant Association.