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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Offering our Fearrington blend coffee roasted on-site, fresh morning pastries, housemade gelato, artisan soups, salads, sandwiches and signatures, and over 150 selections of wine stocked by our sommeliers — The Goat is the perfect way to start your morning, enjoy your lunch and relax at the end of the day.
Meat Chili with Cornbread $5
Vegetable Chili with Cornbread $5
Chicken Noodle Soup with Sunflower Seed & Raisin Bread $4.50
Roasted Tomato Bisque with Sunflower Seed & Raisin Bread $4.25
Tomato Gazpacho with Sourdough Bread $5.50
Cobb Salad with Pulled Chicken & Egg $11
Roasted Sweet Potato & Pear Salad $8
Caesar Salad $8
Green Salad $6.50
House Smoked Pastrami on Sourdough $13
Turkey on Tomato Bread $11
Cheshire Pulled Pork Cubano on Ciabatta $12
Heritage Farms Ham & Cheese on Challah $10
Open-Face Fried Bologna on Challah $8
Roasted Portobello Mushroom on Sourdough $9
Triple Grilled Cheese on Sourdough $8
Cold Smoked Salmon on Sesame Bagel $10
Chicken Salad with Mixed Greens $11
Tuna Salad Tartine on Sunflower Seed & Raisin Bread $12
Quiche with Mixed Greens $7.50
Cup & a Half $8
Beltie Hot Dog: Plain $3.95
Chili Hot Dog: Chili, Sour Cream, Cheddar $4.95
The Goat is located in Fearrington Village near Chapel Hill, NC.
Fearrington offers a decaf, regular and espresso coffee, all roasted on-site by our coffee roaster, Patrick. Our regular blend consists of three different beans and is roasted to full city, the sweet spot between a medium and dark roast, with aromas of dark cherries, chocolate and toasted almond. The decaf blend has a fruity aroma of ripe plum and uses two water processed decaf beans. We roast approximately 150 pounds of coffee on-site each week with our coffee roaster named Melina. Come in for a great cup of joe or take a bag home!
Fearrington’s Beverage Director Paula de Pano hand-selects each wine offered at The Goat’s wine shop. With over 150 selections of wine, a rotating wine by the glass list, discounts on half and full case orders and regular featured wine selections, The Goat can solve all of your wine needs. More wine details here! You’ll also find some great local and specialty beers in stock.
Each morning the pastry team at The Fearrington House Restaurant bakes fresh croissants, scones, muffins and other delicious treats that pair perfectly with coffee. In the afternoon, you’ll find we offer specialty desserts, such as lemon bars, tarts and pies, all seasonal and with a Fearrington twist.
Our gelato is made fresh in The Fearrington House kitchen. We only use all-natural ingredients and strive to celebrate seasonality by incorporating the abundance of produce available to us from local farmers. We use local cream from Maple View Farm in all of our gelatos, except for our sorbets which are lactose free! You’ll find nine rotating flavors at The Goat.
9.23.16 With the changing of the seasons, our wine team looks forward to offering new and exciting wines to be available by the glass at our different outlets. We have some really fun and delicious wines for you to try this fall, and we hope you enjoy the new selections!
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Henry Stokes, Manager
A North Carolina native born and raised in Pittsboro, Henry studied at N.C. State for two years before cultivating his passion for acting. Henry joined the Fearrington team in 2014 at The Goat. He enjoys working with local theater and film projects and defines himself as a coffee lover.
Colin Williams, Sommelier
After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America in 2013, Colin returned home to NC and accepted a job at The Fearrington House Restaurant as a line cook. After two years, Colin became interested in wine and, under the guidance of Maximilian Kast, began his wine career. After passing his Certified Sommelier course in July of 2015, he became Fearrington’s Assistant Sommelier.