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About The Columbia Inn

The Columbia Inn has a long and rich history in Montville. Constructed in the 1870s, it once served as Montville’s town hall. Later, it was converted into an inn because of its ideal location between historic Route 202 and the Morris Canal. This well-known resting place provided food, drink, baths, and rooms for decades to weary travelers.
The restaurant was opened in 1997 by two Montville natives, Aran and Ryan McDermott.
The McDermott family has lived in Montville for decades and is proud to serve the community every day.

Recent Reviews


Terry C. (Facebook Review)

Always great food, wonderful staff, warm and hospital feeling throughout.


Linda T. (Yelp Review)

"Love the thin crust pizza here. We ordered barbecue chicken and margherita pizza with the Tuesday half off special. Both were delicious. Highly recommend."


Suzie L. (Yelp Review)

"WoW. Food was delicious. Presentation spot on. Loud energetic atmosphere.  I can't wait to go back. They really are doing things right!"

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