Established in 1914, The Biltmore has a rich history as a Newton favorite. It began by serving up breakfast and brew to local overnight factory crews, and its four-lane bowling alley was the go-to hangout for decades. During the prohibition era, the Biltmore was a secret speakeasy for the elite, often hosting private events for dignitaries, politicians, and celebrities.
A hundred years after it opened, The Biltmore went through a beautiful renovation which brought back the charm of the old building with a more comfortable vibe. Much of the original brick front and interior has remained the same, and the original wood flooring has stood the test of time. Today, we keep the character of the Biltmore alive with American cuisine and an ever-changing list of local beers and hand-crafted cocktails.
At the Biltmore, something fun is always brewing. Our events add a unique twist to a classic restaurant experience. Stop by and enjoy Oyster Mondays, Karaoke Fridays and much more. We also offer a private dining room which is the perfect space for any special gathering.