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Maine’s Farm Dinners

Maine’s farmers and our renowned chefs have been making culinary magic together for quite a while and one unique way to enjoy our fresh, local food with the freshest ambiance around is to head to a seasonal farm dinner. Maine’s farm dinners all share a common mission: strengthening the local food system by serving the freshest, most delicious food possible on the beautiful farms themselves. The menus all change daily as does what’s ready for harvest on the farm, making for one heck of a farm-to-table meal.

Wolfe’s Neck Farm, Freeport

Wolfe’s Neck Farm in Freeport is a working organic farm that welcomes you to meet the animals, hike the grounds and even camp out along the coast. Their farm-to-table dinners are a vital fundraising effort that supports all the work done on the farm. These rustic dinners—think pig roasts and harvest bounty—are top-notch culinary events with different chefs. The dinners are held roughly once a month in summer and fall, but tickets sell out well ahead of time.

The Well at Jordan’s Farm, Cape Elizabeth

The Well is actually a restaurant located right on Jordan’s Farm, next to their produce stand. Chef Jason Williams opened The Well in 2010 and only has to walk a few yards for many of his ingredients. The restaurant’s menu changes daily, depending on what's in season, but Williams offers family-style dinners, a five-course tasting menu and delicious desserts like his house-made donut with blueberry compote and creme anglaise. The atmosphere is casual, you dine in gazebos or on the chef’s porch, so be sure to reserve your table. The Well at Jordan’s Farm is open for dinner Wednesday through Saturday.

Graze Dinners, Pineland Farms, New Gloucester

Pineland Farms is a working dairy farm that doubles as an outdoor activity center all year long. On Wednesdays from late June through early October, the farm hosts convivial Graze Dinners. These family-style dinners—with themes like Lamb & Lager and Autumn’s Bounty—feature live local music, craft beers, “farm-fresh” cocktails and, of course, food raised, nurtured and harvested from Pineland and the surrounding area.

Turner Farm, North Haven Island

Each summer, Turner Farm hosts farm dinners on Thursdays and Fridays and the menu rotates to feature the farm’s organic produce, local meats, homemade bread and sweet delights. Dinner is accompanied by creative cocktails, fine wines, and locally brewed beer and it’s all served in a stunning post-and-beam barn.

Toddy Pond Farm, Monroe

At Toddy Pond Farm, all of the meat served is raised on the farm, with 100% grass-fed beef and lamb, woodland and pasture-raised pork, and pasture-raised chickens. With live music to accompany you on some nights, the relaxed atmosphere of the farm is the perfect companion to a delicious meal. They also make wood-fired pizzas right in the barn with Maine Grain flour. Reservations are available and dinners are served Friday – Sunday.

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