Fearrington’s wine program is delighted to offer 10% off six or more bottles of wine purchased at The Goat! Whether you ask The Goat’s wine guru to mix and match a custom case, or you choose the bottles yourself, you’ll enjoy wines from hand-selected producers at a great value!
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Also In: Farmers' Market, Roost
Does fresh, made to order, gourmet wood-fired pizzas make your mouth water? If so, you're in luck! Capp's Apizza is a family-owned business by John & Wendy Cappelletti that visits Fearrington Village each Tuesday during the Farmer's Market and when music is playing at our beer garden Roost!
"Our family farm, Gladstone Acres, is busy with activity including production of several varieties of heirloom tomatoes, Genovese Basil, and more than a dozen varieties of peppers and chilies and... Full Post >
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Fearrington's Farmer's Market is stocked with a bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables this week! A few crowd favorites include:
Garlic (incl. elephant garlic)
Tomatoes (greenhouse, field grown and garden grown)
And the list goes on! We'll see you there at 4pm! Full Post >
Also In: The Fearrington Granary
The 2014 FIFA World Cup kicks off on Thursday, June 12th at 5pm pitting Brazil against Croatia and The Fearrington Granary is prepped and ready! With a Croatian wine by the glass and a classic Brazilian cocktail, we expect to see you cheering on your favorite team, or simply enjoying your drink of preference!
The Granary will be open for every World Cup game beginning June 12th through July 2nd (check The Granary Facebook regarding Sunday games) for mouthwatering comfort food, drinks... Full Post >
Also In: Farmers' Market, Our Belties & Farm Happenings
Peaches are making their debut at The Fearrington Farmer's market tomorrow! The season becomes even more "peachy" when the peaches arrive from Kalawi Farm. They bring delicious peaches, and delightful, homemade peach ice cream in small, individual-sized containers.
The Fearrington Farmer's Market has a few tips on selecting peaches:
Look for peaches with a creamy to gold under color that best indicates ripeness. The amount of red blush on fruit depends on the variety and is not always a... Full Post >
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This is my dear friend Gilda McDaniel. Today is her 25th anniversary here at Fearrington. That’s a long time, especially in the hospitality business. I shall now proceed to thoroughly embarrass her (she really doesn't like it when we brag on her - sorry Gilda). She is a true mensch - someone that we can all count on as a friend; someone who is always there to help when you are in a pickle. She is the coworker who jumps in and helps you move 200 ceremony chairs just as the rainstorm starts.... Full Post >
The "showers" on Tuesday afternoons in April have been a mixed blessing for folks at Fearrington's Farmers' Market. The rain brings new life in our gardens and fields, but it makes an outdoor farmers' market a bit challenging.
However, we are now into May and our vendors have flowers, plants, baked goods and canned preserves galore! Can't wait to see you on Tuesday. Full Post >
Also In: At McIntyre's Books
Twenty-five years ago, Keebe Fitch opened the doors of McIntyre’s Books and never looked back. Today, McIntyre’s is recognized as one of the South’s most renowned independent bookstores. With weekly author events, a seasonal Cooks & Books series and community involvement ranging from schools and library events to aiding non-profits like BookHarvest, McIntyre’s footprint is ingrained in the local community and hearts of all of its patrons.
Overheard In the Barn on the 25th... Full Post >
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Spring has sprung at Fearrington Village! That means on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights you'll hear live music drifting through the Village coming from our beer garden Roost. What better way to spend an evening than sipping on wine or craft beer while listening to live music with friends? We kick off the season this Friday, April 4th with no other than Tommy Edwards himself. We hope to see you under the oak trees! Full Post >
Fearrington’s 12th Annual Folk Art Show was another huge success, an all-around delightful weekend. You never know what sort of big surprises are in store at the Folk Art Show and this year did not disappoint!
Mid-Sunday afternoon, André Leon Talley, former American editor-at-large of Vogue magazine, strolled in, all 6’6” of him! He is an amazing figure, in stature, accomplishment and good cheer, so he did not go unnoticed…and then he disappeared in our Barn!
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Get out your reusable tote bags, the Fearrington Farmers' Market returns on Tuesday, April 1st! Yes, Spring is almost here and will bring fresh, local food next door to the Fitch Creation's Administration building every Tuesday afternoon at 4pm, April through November. Expect to see many of your favorite farmers and some new faces as well. Buy vegetables, cut flowers, meats, preserves and even wood-fired pizza. Can't wait to see you there! Full Post >