Thursday, October 02, 2014

GGG Farm Dinner

You already know that I love Gibbons Green Gate farm from my posts about their open house and their Easter dinner.  Gibbons Green Gate Farm is hosting another farm dinner this month.  They will be having a four course dinner at the Carriage House Kitchen. Tickets are available now for a 6:30pm and 7:30pm seating on October 18th and you can purchase them at, The main course will be your choice of halibut or rib-eye.

GGG Farm is also continuing their farm breakfasts in the Carriage House Kitchen and you can find the special of the day on their facebook page.  Breakfast will be available on Saturdays from 8am to 1pm through the winter, and they will also have a brunch soup option starting this weekend.

If you have been looking for an intimate event venue for a wedding or other gathering, you should check out the styled wedding shoot that took place at GGG Farm earlier this summer.  You can find it on Savvy Deets Bridal site here.  The shoot features the newly finished Residence Gardens, the Carriage House, and the Conservatory.

And while you wait for Saturday to get here, I'll tempt you with photos from a few of my visits to the farm for breakfast on Saturdays this summer.

Quiche special served with sausage, farm potatoes, fresh fruit, and scones.

Farm stand breakfast, 2 eggs (your way), bacon or sausage, farm potatoes, and toast.

Their fresh, homemade french bread.  I use it for everything from french onion soup croutons, to french toast, to grilled cheese.

Notice a trend?  Food doesn't come from a can.  The food here is fresh and cooked to order, so sit back, enjoy good conversation and wait for the deliciousness to arrive.
Farm stand breakfast.

Lamb chop special.

Rachel, half of the amazing Saturday morning kitchen crew.

Did I mention they take all major credit cards?  Yeah, they're kind of awesome like that.

Rachel & Jared whipping up a Steak & Eggs special.

Even the garnish comes fresh from their flower gardens.

Steak & Eggs special with sauteeded squash & cabbage, and pan glazed apricots.  Stupidly good.

I think this photo best sums up their food.

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