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New Corporate Breaks

A new season means new corporate breaks! Executive Chef Colin Bedford recently updated our Morning and Afternoon Break offerings for corporate retreats at Fearrington. Snack breaks are included in all meeting packages and served alongside our continuous beverage service which includes coffee, hot tea, soda and water. Our new and healthier options are sure to keep your team energized and ready for the productive day ahead.

We’re excited to share these new options with you – check out the details below!

Morning Breaks
Coffee & Cinnamon
Housemade Cinnamon Buns with Pecan Caramel

Muffins & Smoothies
Coffee Crumbcake, Blueberry Crumbcake, Banana & Walnut Muffins with Housemade Smoothies

Parfait Party
Build Your Own Parfaits with Housemade Yogurt and Fruit Kabobs

Late Breakfast
Selection of Breakfast Quiches, Loaded Cornbread, Ham & Cheese Gougeres

Juice & Granola
Variety Juices Made In-House and Fresh Granola Bars

Afternoon Breaks
Afternoon Tea
Tea Sandwiches, Scones with Cream & Housemade Jam, Selection of Pastries, Harney & Sons Teas

Happy Trails
Make Your Own Trail Mix with Variety of Nuts, Chocolates & Raisins

Healthy Option
Low Fat Chocolate Cake, Truffle Popcorn, Dry Fruit Lollipop with Chocolate, Coconut & Macadamia Bonbons

Chips & Dip
Homemade Hummus, Guacamole, Pita & Variety of Chips

Sound delicious? Contact our Corporate Team to learn more or set up a site visit at 919.542.2121 or email meetings@fearrington.com.

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