The evening began with a cocktails and a mix of piping hot fritters, fried chicken and a walk around the farm.
We strolled through the fields but came back quick to get fresh apps from the back of the truck.
|I couldn't tell if there were 10 people or 100, every dish come out seconds from being cooked.|
Yes, it is a real working farm complete with chickens, sheep, bunnies & a baby cow.
There are also fields of gorgeous flowers that welcome you as you drive into the farm.
We were called to the table via a cow bell. The starter, a mix of fruit including tomatoes was topped with a beautiful light dressing. Sitting family style we were paired with people from NY to MA.Fresh squid & scallops from the sound. Each course was appropriately filling and gave a taste as to what was in season that day.
For a romp off the beaten path farm dinners are a welcome distraction to city dwellers & a reminder of what CT really has to offer.