The Fearrington Granary

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

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

For lunch, dinner or Sunday brunch, gather at The Fearrington Granary at Fearrington Village near Chapel Hill, NC in the main dining room or in one of the tranquil upstairs dining rooms.

“The Granary is a neighborhood gathering place, with good price points,” says Chef Colin Bedford, who designed the menus, which he describes as “not fancy at all” though he’s being modest as the food is creative and outstanding for both everyday and special occasions.

Our beverage menu, selected by Fearrington’s wine director Max Kast, is served from behind a bar on the ground floor where people sometimes gather to watch games. Don’t miss our seasonal Fearrington beers made in partnership with Durham’s Fullsteam Brewery.

Upstairs, Max hosts popular monthly wine tasting classes in the same beautiful rooms used for special events, celebration dinners and parties.

We grind the beef used in our burgers right here at Fearrington every day, giving our guests an incredibly delicious, proprietary blend free of chemicals and processing agents.

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