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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The Fearrington House Restaurant, a member of the Relais & Chateaux association, is recognized for its sophisticated seasonal cuisine and personable service and promises guests a unique fine dining experience. Located in the original Fearrington farm home-place, the series of small, elegant dining rooms feature views of the stunning gardens; each is furnished with European antiques, and accented with original Southern art that creates an understated elegance.
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Fearrington is honored to be recognized in Chapel Hill Magazine's 2014 Best of Chapel Hill and Indy Week's 2014 Best of the Triangle nominations! Check out which Fearrington businesses shined this year and make sure to pick up your copy of Chapel Hill Magazine and Chapel Hill Weekly this week!
Chapel Hill Magazine's Best of Chapel Hill 2014
Best Upscale Restaurant (bronze): The Fearrington House Restaurant
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With the increasingly warmer weather must come increasingly more delicious beer! The seasonal beer that we germinated in conjunction with our buds over at Fullsteam Brewery in Durham (notice the Spring references there, witty right!) is brewed in Belgian style with coriander, turmeric, and lemongrass grown here in our herb garden. If you'd like to share this treat with your friends and family, we have our Spring beer available on tap at The Fearrington House, The Granary, and our beer... Full Post >
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Part of our inspiration for the Village's monthly wine themes is to bring attention to wines that don't get the attention they deserve. With each month we provide information, fun anecdotes, and lots of opportunities to taste great wines from all over the world, and in June, we are very excited to feature the wines of one of the oldest European winemaking cultures, the wines of Greece.
Wine has been produced in Greece for over 4,000 years, and was such an integral part of ancient Greek... Full Post >
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Whether you've admired The Fearrington House knot garden up close or from afar, you've never seen it like this!
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Fearrington is now starting to change gears for Spring, a few days of nice weather makes for a busy village, and I've taken my last trip away from The Fearrington House kitchen for a while.
I recently returned home from a trip where it took a plane, train and car to get me to a small town outside Paris called "Tain L'Hermitage." This new town is where I went back to school for a bit. This was a great school, where everyone would like to go to, where I learned about chocolate.
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As we get into late spring, there is nothing more refreshing to sip on than a great rosé or sparkling wine. We will be featuring rosés and bubblies from Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Austria, the United States and...well, all over the world this May. These wines are perfect for an every day glass, and also great for celebrating special events that happen during this time of year. Join us at The Granary, The Fearrington House, The Goat and Roost and sip to your hearts delight.
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Today we are preserving lemons for the year. The process is simple, but the results are always astounding, especially when added to elevate a dish or garnish to give it a little more pep. We take the lemons and trim off both ends (this helps them to stand up and stack better for large numbers), then we take our knife three quarters of the way down from the top to open them up. We place them in a dish standing up and liberally add salt followed by a good salad oil to cover. They are then left... Full Post >
There is nothing more gratifying then having a successful dinner service, especially after facing multiple last minute "fires" that need to be put out right before, or even during service. Whether it is a product issue or a guest concern, they always seem to pop up right during crunch time. For example, a last minute vegan guest arrives and we then need to quickly create a three to four course specialty menu. Stressful at the time, but when the team rallies together and pulls it off, it is... Full Post >
Did you know we are featuring a new wine region throughout the Village Center each month? Read about what we did in March!
April, one of my favorite times to live in North Carolina, brings with it the promise of renewal and regeneration after a long winter. With its flowers and buds it brings back memories of times past while refocusing us on the freshness and excitement of the future. It is a time to explore new things, and in our opinion, to explore new things to drink. So, in honor of... Full Post >
Over the years we have tried many different ways to serve beautiful local, national and international farm house cheeses to our guests. This time I feel is our best yet! We now offer a Cheese Menu for our diners to choose from, along with a table presentation of the nine cheeses we carry (just to help the decision with a visual aid). On the menu we have two choices of each type of cheese, from blue to goat to bloomed rind, from which you can pick up to four. The cheese is then brought back to... Full Post >