For the Fabulous Foodie Experience
There are so many reasons to visit one of these five beautiful destinations, but the farm-to-table food is certainly at the top of the list! Be sure to have your camera ready for these perfectly plated meals featuring different cuisines from across the country. See why these properties are ready to welcome the quintessential foodie!
Winvian Farms – Connecticut
At Winvian Farms, you are invited to get comfy in the Litchfield Hills of Connecticut. You’ll find nearly everything served is grown on the property, even the leafy table centerpieces picked from the gardens. The 18th-century dining room has a resplendent fireside where patrons enjoy the hand-crafted seasonal menu. Three menus–breakfast, lunch, and dinner–focus on crisp fresh greens, delectably juicy tomatoes, squash, and cucumbers. You’ll feel the health benefits working their magic throughout your stay.
The Inn at Serenbe – Georgia
Located in the heart of Georgia, The Inn at Serenbe has a few local restaurants all serving farm-to-table menus. This small community is focused on well-being and sustainability with local farmers contributing to each surrounding eatery as well as the Inn’s daily breakfast. Each spot is a gourmand’s dream, featuring unique culinary approaches.
At The Hill, diners will find a menu featuring grilled dishes land and sea dishes, such as wood-grilled filet, lemon chicken, and salmon. Meanwhile, Halsa is a casual, polished eatery featuring menu items such as Korean Pork Belly Tacos, Seared Steelhead Trout, and a Halsa Ramen Bowl. All ingredients are locally and sustainably sourced.
One of the first farm-to-table concepts in the area was The Farmhouse. Boasting a farm on the property, it also sources ingredients from other local Serenbe farms. Full of Southern comfort staples, the dishes will take you back to your mother’s kitchen, of course, with a modern twist. On the lunch menu are lobster rolls, farmhouse BLT, and a classic cheeseburger. For dinner, scallops, pork chops, and fried chicken. You’ll feel like a bonafide foodie with a menu featuring something anyone can enjoy.
Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa – California
Surrounded by olive trees, it only makes sense that the Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa dinner menu is Mediterranean-inspired. Though, if you make it to breakfast you’ll be taken south of the border with menu items inspired by the savory flavors of Central America–avocado toast and acai bowl, huevos rancheros, and a delicious breakfast burrito made with cage-free eggs, chorizo, and house-made salsa.
Dinner welcomes more Mediterranean flair. Start with the flash-fried cauliflower, hummus sample platter, or share some lamb lollipops. Then move on to the main courses, which include salmon with Brussel sprouts and sautéed mushrooms, Mediterranean chicken with chorizo pilaf, and pasta and artichoke hearts in a white wine reduction sauce. Locally sourced food items even extend to the pool menu by way of falafel, hummus, or pico.
The Inn at Moonlight Beach – California
The quintessential charcuterie experience can be found at The Inn at Moonlight Beach. Locally sourced from neighboring farms, their flavorful items range from meats, cheese, fruits, smudging kits, and lively, organic bubbly drinks. Additionally, their a la carte menu includes infused house-made jams that will keep you coming back for more. A lasting impression awaits you at this getaway.
The Ranch at Rock Creek – Montana
This ranch-to-table is an experience like no other. Located in Phillipsburg, Montana, The Ranch at Rock Creek is a culinary adventure. You’ll find five different eating options, each serving regionally sourced ingredients appealing to every culinary mood under the sun.
During your stay, make sure to take a horseback ride through their swaying grasslands and when you take a break, munch on a flavorful Wagyu beef burger for lunch. Their seasonal menu brings all elements of ranch-style living to the plate, such as their stand-out cast iron Montana ribeye, wild salmon, and even homestyle s’mores.