The Fearrington Granary

The Fearrington Granary
Lunch Menu Wed-Sat 11:30am-2pm Brunch Menu Sunday 10am-2pm Dinner Menu Mon-Sat 5:30pm-9:30pm 919.542.2121
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Your neighborhood favorite, open for lunch, brunch, dinner and drinks

Lunch Menu
Wed-Sat 11:30am-2pm
Brunch Menu
Sunday 10am-2pm
Dinner Menu
Mon-Sat 5:30pm-9:30pm
919.542.2121

Join for lunch, dinner or Sunday brunch at The Fearrington Granary, located in Fearrington Village near Chapel Hill, NC.

“The Granary is a neighborhood gathering place,” says Chef Colin Bedford, who designs the menus. “The Granary’s menu is full of comfort food and Southern classics with English influence.” Overall, the food is creative and delicious. With a beverage menu designed by Wine Director Maximilian Kast, a fully stocked bar and great spaces for groups, The Granary can accommodate for a casual outing or special celebration.

Virginia Wine Summit 2014

I recently returned from the Virginia Wine Summit in Richmond, and yep, I am pretty excited about the wine. It’s not just local, it’s really good. The Summit is a well organized event promoting Virginia, its wines, and its wine regions. For the event, I was asked to...

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What People Are Saying

  • 2013 Diners Choice

    - Open Table

  • There is no doubt that it is worth the trip to Fearrington Village to come eat at the Granary.

    - Eat It, North Carolina

  • The Fearrington Granary – a great addition to the neighborhood!

    - Chatham County Line - May 2012

  • "Initially offered only for brunch, the Granary’s shrimp and grits...is a winning formula...so popular that the dish is now available for lunch and dinner as well." Read more... More >

    - Greg Cox, News & Observer, July 2012

    “Initially offered only for brunch, the Granary’s shrimp and grits…is a winning formula…so popular that the dish is now available for lunch and dinner as well.”

    Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2012/07/21/2210838/specialty-of-the-house.html#storylink=cpy

    - Greg Cox, News & Observer, July 2012