Flavors of Fall on the Farm
Want a true taste of "Jersey Fresh" this fall? Somerset County boasts several exemplary farm-to-table restaurants giving you local, unmatched dining experiences. We tell you about just a few in our September issue...
Ninety Acres supports local agriculture by creating a menu offering seasonable ingredients from nearby farms as well as its own organic gardens. Try Ninety Acres' unique Bring Me Food experience, offering a five-course daily tasting menu where guests get an up-close and personal view of Chef Felton's preparations. And not to be overlooked are the stunning views of beautiful Natirar Park that diners enjoy while savoring a hand-crafted meal.
A cornerstone of dining at The Stone House at Stirling Ridge is a seasonal inspired menu with sustainable offerings by supporting local farms and purveyors. Stone House is home to Dancing Goat Farms, which is part of a local organic farming cooperative. Executive Chef Jerry Villa leads his team as they work the dirt to ensure the finest, freshest quality ingredients this side of the Hudson.
Inspired by the garden, Chef Heyer of The Bernards Inn seeks out the freshest ingredients at the peak of their season from the Inn’s enormous variety of home grown vegetables, fruits, herbs, and edible flowers. The Bernards Inn garden is expanded every year to satisfy guests’ growing appetites for locally grown, farm-fresh fare. Cultivating over 75 different varieties of unique herbs and popular vegetables, The Bernards Inn earned “Best Fresh and Local” honors from the New York Times.
Don't just experience Farm-to-Table; get a table at the farm. Plan your gourmet fall getaway to Somerset County today!