Deerfield offers several exciting dining venues. Our excellent, chef-lead culinary staff is known for their use of fresh, local ingredients and for the quality, variety and deliciousness of their menu selections.
The Bishop’s Bistro, our beautiful main dining venue for lunch and dinner, features self-serve cafeteria-style dining with a carving station, a deluxe salad and house-made soup bar with an array of fresh fruits and vegetables, and a dessert and ice cream station. Vegetarian entreés are available most days. A cozy, rock fireplace highlights the well-appointed dining room, with crisp white linens and attentive service. Outdoor dining, whether open air or covered and enclosed seating, is available on the Patio and Veranda. Cocktails, beer and wine service is offered in the adjoining lounge, Canon’s Corner.
The Canterbury Room, our well-appointed formal dining room highlighted by sophisticated stained glass lighting, features elegant table service from Wednesday through Saturday evenings. Reservations required.
The Galax, a private dining room that can accommodate 42 people, offers spaces for private parties or events.
Our Canon’s Corner beverage lounge is a popular meeting spot with a large screen TV, full bar and a selection of beers and wines, and opens onto the interior courtyard and waterfall in the Community Center.
The Riverwalk Cafe is a bright and sunny casual dining venue serving breakfast and lunch along with a selection of cookies, pies, cakes and pastries. The café opens onto an outdoor dining terrace with tables and umbrellas.
The Simonds Health Care Center at Deerfield offers a beautifully appointed dining room with long range views overlooking the mountains to the northeast (including a glimpse of nearby Biltmore Estate) and serves three meals a day.
“Since moving to Deerfield, we have met so many friendly and interesting people. Not having to cook dinner every day, clean, or worry about home maintenance has given us the time to pursue new interests like pottery, croquet and community service.”Pat