Restaurant wedding receptions can take place between the hours of 5:30 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. during the months of January, February, March, April, November and December.
Maximum 58 people first floor
Nestled in the comfortable country setting that permeates Nashoba Valley Winery, is J’s, our rustic farmhouse restaurant. Offering a character all its own with graceful and peaceful views of the orchard and countryside, J’s is an idyllic New England setting for a romantic wedding reception. J’s main dining room has a rustic elegance with a sweeping staircase in the foyer, period chandeliers, an inviting fieldstone fireplace complete with a gorgeous mantelpiece, the farm house’s original wide hardwood floors, intimate lighting, tables with cast iron bottoms, mahogany chairs, and warm painted walls with leaves from the orchard hiding throughout the scenery. Your guests will dine in the warm and inviting surroundings of J’s farmhouse restaurant, providing a refreshing alternative to banquet halls and hotel function rooms.
A facility fee of $1000.00 is applied to all restaurant wedding receptions.
To host your wedding with elegance and style it is necessary that we insure the quality of our presentation by imposing a minimum food guarantee of $4000.00. In the event that the total cost of food does not equal or exceed the minimum food guarantee, a food surcharge will be added to your bill in an amount necessary to satisfy the guarantee Tax (7.0%) and gratuity (19%) will be calculated on all charges incurred for your wedding including facility fee, food, food surcharge, beverages (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) as well as any other services or items supplied at your request.
Upon the signing of our “Request for Use of Facilities Agreement”, a non-refundable deposit of $2500.00 is required to reserve your date.
All non-refundable deposits are forfeited upon cancellation of event.
* All chargeable items, including facility fees, are subject to 19.0% Charge of Service, 6.25 % Sales Tax and .75 % Local Meals Tax. Pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 149, Section 152A, the Charge of Service represents a 12% tip/service charge to be paid to the wait staff and a 7% house/administrative charge to be paid to other staff members, including chefs and managers that perform services for the event. The allocation of and distribution of the house/administrative charge is in the sole discretion of Nashoba Valley Spirits, Ltd