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The Belted Goat

coffee & wine shop at Fearrington Village

The Belted Goat is Fearrington Village’s casual dining spot for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We offer a delicious menu with salads, sandwiches, entrees and a host of small bites perfect for sharing. The Belted Goat serves our Fearrington blend coffee roasted on-site, perfect to pair with House-made pastries, cakes or gelato.

The Belted Goat’s wine shop is stocked by Fearrington’s own sommeliers with an eye to unusual grape varietals that will expand your palate and enhance your meal. We also offer a rotating wine by the glass list, discounts on half and full case orders and regularly featured wine selections. If you’d prefer beer, you’ll find cold local brews in our refrigerator! Located in Fearrington Village near Chapel Hill, NC.

View a sample breakfast and lunch menu.
View a sample dinner menu.

From the Fearrington Blog

Summer Beers at the Belted Goa...

As Spring comes to an end, these beers should keep you cool and content. I just hope you can find some shade! Mother Earth 'Park Day' Pilsner: A traditional Pilsner style brewed the traditional way: only German malt and hops. Our lightest beer on tap, you'll find notes of...

Meet the Team

Matt Cafarella, Chef

Chef Cafarella was born in Ames, Iowa and raised in the Northeast. He apprenticed under Chef Mark Melikian at the Horizon Restaurant Group from 2002-2009. In 2009 he joined UNC-Chapel Hill’s Athletic Department as head chef before being promoted to Executive Chef of Athletics in 2012. He joined the Fearrington team in October 2016, and was promoted to Sous Chef in December 2016.

Laura Francis, Sommelier

Laura grew up in a family that enjoyed traveling and eating, so she understood the joys of the hospitality industry from a young age. While finishing up her bachelor degrees in French and Spanish, she began attending classes for certificates in Hospitality Management. Laura’s love for wine became stronger while working at the Biltmore Estate Winery, and she decided she would eventually become a Sommelier. Laura moved back to The Triangle in 2013, and began working at Herons, before moving to Ãn as Beverage Manager.