Enjoy a night to remember with world class cuisine, live music and more at Graywall Farms in Lebanon Friday July 8th and Friday August 26th
June 22, 2016 (Lebanon, CT) — Reserve your seat for a Dinner on the Farm this summer! The Farmer’s Cow is proud to partner once again with MAX Restaurants to host two scrumptious local feasts at Graywall Farms. The lush open fields with sweeping views offer the perfect setting to enjoy world class cuisine that celebrates the beauty and bounty of local agriculture.
This season’s themed dinners with The Farmer’s Cow are:
- “BBQ, Brews & Bluegrass” Friday, July 8th with chef Steve Michalewicz featuring hyper-local craft beer and sinfully good barbecue
- “Pomodoro” Friday August 26th with chef Edward “Ted” Burnett of Max Amore featuring flavors of Italy and a tasting menu that celebrates all things tomato
The MAX Chef to Farm Dinner series has been named one of the five top farm dinners in the country by Fodor’s Travel. Both events at Graywall Farms commence at 6:00pm with a beverage reception during which guests can mingle and enjoy a wagon tour of the farm with members of The Farmer’s Cow.
Dinner is prepared al fresco and served in a tented area where tables dressed in white linen and candlelight offer a view of the outdoor kitchen. Each dinner is cooked from scratch and showcases the best freshly harvested local produce.
“The Farmer’s Cow, Graywall Farms and the Chesmer family are pleased to welcome guests at these great events that are a highlight of the summer season,” says Robin Chesmer, managing member of The Farmer’s Cow. “We are proud to have our Connecticut dairy farm host white linen events for guests to see where local milk is produced while enjoying a five-star meal. It is really neat to bring a first quality restaurant experience out into our fields surrounded by growing crops and curious cows.”
Graywall Farms is a family-owned working dairy farm. Guests coming to enjoy delicious food will be able to see the cows and meet the farmers of The Farmer’s Cow. A portion of the proceeds from the events at Graywall Farms will benefit the Connecticut Farmland Trust (CFT), a statewide conservation organization dedicated solely to permanently protecting Connecticut’s farmland.
Seating is limited. For reservations and information, visit www.maxcheftofarm.com or call 860.522.9806 ext. 18.
Mary Ann Dostaler