Jams and baked goods are homemade at The Fearrington House Restaurant and brought over to the goat Wednesday thru Sunday
We’ve been busy making the Goat even better! Stop by and see all the changes. We’re still offering the same freshly prepared chopped salads, soups, sandwiches and decadent confectioneries made next door in the kitchen of The Fearrington House Restaurant. We’re still serving freshly brewed coffee – our own Fearrington House mix, roasted on site and available in regular, decalf and expresso. We’re still serving Maple View ice cream during the day. What’s new?
A new sophisticated look including expanded seating (don’t miss our fun communal table by the roaster!). Enjoy a vastly expanded selections of wine by the bottle and glass, all hand selected by our talented team of sommeliers (see next paragraph for more). Hours have been expanded Thursdays through Sundays to 9pm and we’re now offering evening light fare such as cheese plates and charcuterie, plus live music. It’s the perfect place for a casual relaxing evening now!
The philosophy behind the wine chosen for the Fearrington Goat is on quality, character, and enjoyment at a reasonable price. We offer wines from smaller quality producers and from importers that are focused on traditional wines from winemakers that use sustainable, organic or biodynamic viticulture. “The selections will try and be a mini-snapshot of the world of wine, trying to feature producers from the Old World and the New, from the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern, from Bubbly, to still, to fortified and with beer in between. It will be a joy to the senses, and a celebration of good drinks of all kinds,” says Wine Director Maximilian Kast. “Our number one criteria however is quality above everything else, if it is not good enough for the wine team at Fearrington to want to drink it on a regular basis, it will not be on the shelf. We are pouring our wine and beer hearts out for you, we hope you enjoy.”
Jams, Sauces, Butters and Breads Oh My!
The Fearrington House has created its own line of products allowing you to take a taste of luxury home with you! Whether you want Blackberry, Rosemary and Vanilla Jam for your morning toast or Fearrington’s signature Dark Chocolate Sauce to top off your version of Chocolate Soufflé, you can drop by The Goat and pick up your favorite!
The Fearrington Blend Coffee
Soon after the Fearrington House opened in 1980, we created The Fearrington House Blend to share with our guests. A mix of El Salvadoran,
Guatemalan and Sumatran coffees, it is a mild coffee with a chocolaty and earthy aroma and a smooth, well-balanced flavor. Come experience our signature blend, roasted at The Belted Goat, and served in all of our restaurants! Join our coffee club and receive a pound of free coffee for every 10 pounds you buy.
Fearrington celebrates its beloved belties in every way possible! Including goodies that let guests take a piece of Fearrington home with them! Whether it is a Beltie T-Shirt, a Beltie Tote, or a stuffed Beltie (they even moo), our Belted Galloway cows leave a smile on everyone’s face!
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Julian Vargas, Manager
Julian joined the Fearrington team in 2008. He became manager of The Goat in 2011 and has overseen its growth into today’s deli, coffee and wine shop. Julian leads a great team and never fails to brighten each customer’s day!
Xavyer Burroughs, Sommelier at The Goat
Born and raised in eastern North Carolina, Xavyer’s experience in fine dining began at the impressionable age of 15 as a dishwasher at On the Square Restaurant in Tarboro. Working with superstar husband and wife team Stephen and Inez Ribustello, he developed a passion for food and wine and worked his way through every position in the kitchen and floor, lastly in the wine cellar selling, serving and studying wine. After passing his Certified Sommelier Course with the Court of Master Sommeliers in 2012, Xavyer joined the Fearrington team. He will be at The Goat to offer his services during evening hours.