WHAT'S DIFFERENT? We are pleased to announce a new format for our annual farm-to-fork dinners! This year we are bringing the fork to the farm. Farm dinners will be conducted on the farm, right alongside our crops. MENUOur chef will start planning the menu just a day or so ahead of time, once it is determined which vegetables and fruits will be at their peak come time for the dinner. Due to the nature of this type of menu planning, we may not know the menu until the day of the dinner. We can accommodate allergies, but with the style of this dinner, we will not know how until we are close to the date of the event. This dinner is an adventure and will primarily showcase items coming off our farm. Dinner will be four courses (three courses family style plus cocktail hour tastes.) Beverages will be provided and will include beer, wine and soft drinks. PLAN YOUR VISIT Seats are very limited for this event, as we will only be hosting 24 guests per dinner. Be sure to wear appropriate shoes, as this dinner will be held on the farm grounds. (Assistance will be provided for anyone unable to navigate the dirt road to the farm tables.) Guests will be invited to tour the farm and maybe even harvest some of the evening's dinner! FINE PRINTTickets are non refundable after July 3rd. The dinners will be held rain or shine and held indoors in the Grill if the weather is inclement. Please note that the back up location we have reserved for this event is on the second floor at Gibbet Hill Grill and there is no elevator to this level. Restroom accommodations will be at the Grill. The cost per person is $130 and includes four course meal (three seated courses and cocktail hour tastes), all beverages, tax, and gratuity.
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The Town of Groton was founded in 1655 and is located in Middlesex County. Groton is home to two well known private schools the Groton School and Lawrence Academy.
Also home of the National Sheply Hill Horse Trails since 1987 and hosts the New England Horse Training championship which brings visitors from all over New England.
Points of interest include the Governor Boutwells House which is now called the Groton Historical Society Museum along with an Old Burying Ground whose tomb stones date back as early as 1704 and all through the Revolutionary and Civil Wars.
For those in town during the month of September stop at the Groton Fest to enjoy music, food and much more.