Farm Dinners at Glynwood
Payment is required when making your reservation. All ticket sales are final as we are unable to offer refunds. In the event that bad weather forces the closing of Glynwood Road and the dinner is cancelled, purchased tickets will be refunded.
Glynwood Farm Dinners are a unique dining experience and, unlike traditional restaurant service, are often family style. Vegetarian meals are always available and we will do our best to accommodate dietary restrictions, but we are not a nut-free facility. Please keep in mind these are fixed menu events, not a la carte, thus, if you have strict food allergies please be aware that the chef may be unable to accommodate them. Glynwood dinners are BYOB events.
For our overnight guests, each room is unique and assigned based on availability. Information on accommodations will be emailed to you in the days prior to the event.
Please contact Glynwood’s Director of Events & Public Programs, Lauren Dellolio, at email@example.com with any questions about our Farm Dinners or overnight farm stays.
Please join us for our November Farm Dinner featuring goat raised here at Glynwood as well as local cider! The meal will be prepared by Chef Yewande Komolafe, a Brooklyn-based chef and recipe developer who's styled food for The New York Times and James Beard Foundation, among other organizations. Her upbringing in Lagos, Nigeria informs her sensibility surrounding food and community, which she uses to run a dinner series out of her very own kitchen titled "My Immigrant Food Is..." Come enjoy her Nigerian recipes produced using locally sourced ingredients and paired with delicious cider, which is included.