About Fearrington Granary
Pittsboro, NC 27312
Offering a casual dining setting, The Fearrington Granary serves up lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. Whether you’re grabbing dinner with friends or celebrating a special event, make every meal a treat.
“The Granary is a neighborhood gathering place,” says Chef Colin Bedford, who designs and updates the menu seasonally. “The Granary’s menu is full of comfort food and Southern classics with English influence.”
The menu is complemented by a full bar and wine list curated by Beverage Director Paula de Pano. Ask your sommelier for pairing recommendations for your next meal!
The Granary is located in Fearrington Village near Chapel Hill, NC. Follow us on Facebook to stay up-to-date on the weekly specials.
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Wednesday - Saturday 11:30am - 2:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Saturday 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Bar: Monday - Saturday 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Brunch: Sunday 10:00am - 2:00pm
$30 and under
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Fearrington Village offers extensive free parking, just steps from the Fearrington Granary.
Private Party Facilities:
The Fearrington Granary is an extremely versatile venue, providing a large open floor plan and surrounding multi-level, intimate dining spaces. The Granary’s main floor offers an open seating area adjacent to high top tables and full service bar. Great for casual meal options with friends. The Granary’s semi-private areas include: The Silo room is a second level area that offers versatile seating and overlooks the front pasture containing our iconic silo and Belted Galloway cows. Also located on the second level is the Beltie room that overlooks our pasture and grazing Belties. Galloways is a private downstairs area adjacent to the Gallery, allowing for a separate reception and dinner area. Finally, the Sunroom offers a more intimate dining area, also providing views over our front pasture. To learn more about this venue call us at 919.542.2121.
Private Party Contact:
Erin Day: (919) 542-2121 ext. 333
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The Fearrington Granary is the perfect venue for any type of special event. From Bridal Showers & Anniversary Parties to Rehearsal Dinners or casual BBQ get togethers, the Fearrington Granary is the ideal location for any celebration.
Fearrington Granary Ratings and Reviews
We were looking forward to brunch at Gra ...
We were looking forward to brunch at Granary, but were sadly disappointed it was what we expected. We have eaten at Farrington House and thought the quality would be the same. First off their sanitation score is 90%, which is pretty low for our standards. It was concerning and normally if we walk into a restaurant with that low score, we walk out. Since we had a reservation and we were at Farrington we gave it a try. I had the chicken salad and my husband had the salmon. Both were "Okay", and nothing great. My chicken salad had lots of mayo in it, and pieces of chicken that were ok. I did like the sweet grapes in it. My husband said his was okay, and thought the potatoes it came with were greasy. I noticed the restaurant was dirty. The shelving in the middle of the floor on the main level was SO dusty. I noticed cobwebs in the windows and the bathroom seemed dirty as well. Makes me wonder what the kitchen looked like, especially with their 90% sanitation score. We wont go back. Rather go somewhere clean and get a better value and better food.
Refined, flavorful, exciting eats at rea ...
Refined, flavorful, exciting eats at reasonable prices. Good service and quality presentation with an actual personality. Very enjoyable experience. Even with a 3 yr old and a 10 mos old. Kids menu could use a bit more of an a la carte section. If it was there, we missed it. We will return to investigate further.
We love this restaurant especially the f ...
We love this restaurant especially the food; however, the Granary seems to be understaffed . Therefore, the service was very slow. On a positive note, the menu is very varied with the Salad Nicoise being outstanding along with the steaks, burgers being cooked to perfection.
It was Christmas Eve and the second team ...
It was Christmas Eve and the second team was working. The server was unfamiliar with the menu. I had a beef dish that was tough and fatty. Wine came to us served in a highball glass. We had to ask to have it poured into a wine glass. This was not our usual experience at the Granary, it's our go to restaurant, but this was time it was disappointing.
Booked a table here for Christmas Eve di ...
Booked a table here for Christmas Eve dinner because we have had a good experience previously, it's a beautiful place and it was convenient. I was so disappointed to walk in and find they now had a 90 health rating - normally I would turn around and walk out of a restaurant for that reason. Brunch always seems to be better here than dinner. The kitchen tends to be slow at dinner time. The food was ok but pretty expensive. I really hope they can turn things around because like another reviewer said, this was our GO to restaurant.
My husband and I had a delightful lunch ...
My husband and I had a delightful lunch here last Saturday. Our server was efficient and friendly. All staff seemed focused on good customer service. Our order was taken soon after we were seated and our food arrived hot & delicious in a timely manner. I had the generous-sized pork schnitzel sandwich which was truly yummy. My husband enjoyed his favorite: BLT with French fries and a draft beer. We were in an upstairs dining area which had a lovely view. We plan to return soon for lunch with relatives who will be visiting us.
Everything was going great when after th ...
Everything was going great when after the appetizers we were told the kitchen was having a problem and it will take a little longer than usual to get our main courses. After waiting the food arrived and was cold. Actually sent one back and when it was returned the potatoes were still cold. Place has great potential if they can get the kitchen problems worked out. Flavors and menu are great.
We ate brunch here for my husband's 75th ...
We ate brunch here for my husband's 75th birthday. The eggs benedict were wonderful! We have eaten here many times (with and without other friends) since moving to the area and we always enjoy it. The roasted potatoes were delicious and seasoned just right! The coffee was also very good.
Service was poor. Still waiting for cond ...
Service was poor. Still waiting for condiments at end of meal. Waiter was dismissive over menu questions he wasn't interested in. Three out of the five lunches served were tasteless, cold apon arrival, one extremely small portion and not as described by waiter. The two women satisfied with their lunch stated they would not return either because of the above.
Wait arrived immediately with menus, wat ...
Wait arrived immediately with menus, water and a warning that she would get back as soon as she could. OK, it's Friday night and the room was busy. I would guess unexpectedly so since there were not enough cooks in the kitchen to fill the orders nor waits to get the drink and food to the table. My appetizer arrived eventually but I had to ask again if someone could bring our wine and beer. It's really not a good idea to miss getting the drinks to long waiting customers.
The food: My husband"s hamberger was rare when he'd order well done. His fries looks like the bottom of the basket selection, all stems and pieces. My food was beyond bad, overcooked and wet. This was our wedding anniversary. We have always come to the Granary to celebrate.
what a mess. We paid a lot for what we got and left.
It was Saturday night and at 6:30. We w ...
It was Saturday night and at 6:30. We waited over 15 minutes and no one came to our table. I had to get up and speak kindly to the waitress to ask her to please come get our drink orders. After that, she was pretty attentive. It was busy so I am sure she was overwhelmed. The food was excellent and the ambiance was nice. The service just lacked all night. But everything else was great so we would probably go back and try it again.
Apparently the Granary was having more t ...
Apparently the Granary was having more than the acceptable number of snafus including the Internet connection and possibly others. Our particular order seemed to take a very long time when we noticed people who ordered after us wee served well in advance of us. Perhaps a hangup in the kitchen as well as the computer.
BEWARE! We have been to the Granary twi ...
BEWARE! We have been to the Granary twice in the past two weeks and both times we ordered drinks and they asked any preference in vodka. Said just the house. Both times they overcharged us for a special vodka. The first time we told them they took the increase of the vodka off. The second time they took off the increase and gave us a 10% discount on the bill. This should not happen, and if my husband did not read the bill, he feels they would slip this through all the time. Just want to let others to check the drinks if they order. Other than that, the food was very good and love the beet salad as my husband loves the oyster salad.
Lovely restaurant and great food, but th ...
Lovely restaurant and great food, but the service was so slow! We probably sat at the table for 10 minutes before we even had our drink orders taken and it didn't get any speedier after that. Luckily, we were not in any rush. Also, one of our dinner orders was incorrect (although I will give the restaurant credit for comping the entree, without us having to ask). Would definitely go back for another try, could have just been an inexperienced server.
I like Ferrington, but this restaurant w ...
I like Ferrington, but this restaurant was a disappointment. The potato soup was too salty, the burger had gristle in the meat, was overcooked, yet came lukewarm to the table. They left off the BBQ sauce, and when I asked for it, got it right from the refrigerator. It takes work to louse up a burger, but they managed.
The granary is a great dining option on ...
The granary is a great dining option on property the lunch staff is extremely friendly. The day time manager was so helpful with accommodating outside seating even though it was closed for the afternoon. We did make reservations and we were glad we did because it does get busy. Beverages were prompt and food was worth the wait. Overall an excellent time and we will be back.
We took our visiting relatives for dinne ...
We took our visiting relatives for dinner at the Granary last Monday evening. It's one of the few restaurants open on Mondays in the area. We usually enjoy a meal at the Granary but this time the lights were so bright that we felt like we were in a brightly lit factory. I'm not sure who makes the lighting decisions but whoever it is needs to go back and take the course on restaurant ambience. Such a shame. The meals were very good. My steak was excellent, my husband's fried chicken was great and reports from our relatives on the salmon and shrimp and grits were all good. The wine list has been completely changed. I couldn't find a cabernet sauvignon I recognized so I took a chance on the Edge, a very ho hum selection. Our guests wanted a Chalk Hill Chardonnay which is an excellent white wine but unfortunately they were out of it. My husband no longer orders a Manhattan as they don't know how to make one correctly. I hope that the Granary is not starting to fall off their usual consistently good food, wine, and ambience. The service remains pleasant and attentive.
The dining experience at the Granary , i ...
The dining experience at the Granary , is spotty at best. It can either be very good, or very bad. I have no idea who us in charge, especially since the tall guy who was so good, and professional left. They need a good bar person, and some good on the job training for the wait people.
This was a disappointing lunch. We were ...
This was a disappointing lunch. We were meeting my Mother and Sister who drove 45 minutes to get there. I had picked the location because I thought they would like the ambiance of Fearrington. The service was very spotty. Three of us ordered 1/2 sandwich and soup. My Mother's arrived but no one had been given a soup spoon. We had to attempt to flag down a server several times before we finally got someone to bring spoons. When our server brought the spoons, she said she would check on the other three entrees as there had been an issue. It was about five more minutes before our food arrived. I ordered Minestrone which was barely lukewarm. My BLT was so soggy from all the Mayonnaise that it had soaked to the outside of the bread. There was plenty of bacon but about a 1 inch square of lettuce and a scant half of a tomato that covered about 1/3 of the bread. I asked to have the soup reheated which they took back and brought a new bowl that still was not very hot. When I indicated the problems with the BLT, the server said that she would get the manager. By the time the manager showed up to address the problem, everyone else was almost finished with their meal so I declined their offer to get me something else. They did remove my entree from the bill but I left there still hungry. The only positive was the biscuit that they brought after we ordered, otherwise I would have been starving. I don't think I will return.
Very disappointing. Had to ask for bread ...
Very disappointing. Had to ask for bread, waited way too long for wine to be served, forgot to serve appetizer, french fries overcooked and cold, never asked about refils on wine, soda or coffee. Offered free dessert because of no appetizer but it took so long, we said forget it and then waited forever for our bill. Waitress was doing her best with way too many tables to take care of. We've been coming here for years, now it will be years before we return.
Meals were excellent. Have gone there i ...
Meals were excellent. Have gone there in the past, but these meals were exceptional. I had the roasted beet salad and the basil cream pasta. Husband had the soup and loved his fried oyster salad. Would go back and very soon,
We had such a good time! The food was a ...
We had such a good time! The food was absolutely delicious! We were thinking of ways to take the macaroni and cheese home. Service was so good. The gal that waited on us was so patient, friendly, kind, and we felt as if we were home. What a great person! The food did not disappoint us. All three of us left stuffed and greatly satisfied. We will for sure travel the 3 hours to go back and enjoy the Granery.
Very good food, service and ambiance. I ...
Very good food, service and ambiance. I live in Fearrington and The Granary is not only convenient but always very good dining if you order the right thing; the meatloaf has always been a "go to" entrée but it's no longer on the menu😢.
We had a very early reservation (5:30) b ...
We had a very early reservation (5:30) but the place was packed. They also had a rehearsal dinner going on so the kitchen was slammed. Service was pretty spotty, the shrimp and grits were quite soupy and the fried chicken pieces were just okay. Hamburger was delicious as were the fried, the cocktails were great and we plan to go back. But we'll ask them how busy they're likely to be before we do.
This restaurant is a valuable part of Fe ...
This restaurant is a valuable part of Fearrington Village. It is within walking distance of many residents in the Village, has an excellent menu for both lunch and dinner, and the food is always good. One complaint however is that the dress code is a bit lax and the noise level is somewhat high if you are wanting a more intimate dinner. It is however a good alternative to the Fearrington Inn in regards to both price and atmosphere.
My husband and I live in Raleigh and we ...
My husband and I live in Raleigh and we were already in the area for a tour at the Carolina Tiger Rescue. Thank goodness we at least didn't make the trip just for the restaurant, because we ended up wishing we had just gone to the Belted Goat or something.
We had reservations for Sunday brunch and showed up about ten minutes early. However, we were seated right away but at a table that had not yet been set. We would have gladly waited a few minutes for them to actually be ready, especially as our server, Erica, came up and said rather sharply to the hostess "Don't seat people at a table with no silverware!", right in front of us. A fair request, but it was unprofessional for her to say it the way she did and it made us uncomfortable and embarrassed for the hostess. She remained attentive enough throughout our meal, but fairly brusque.
I ordered the Shrimp and Grits which was tasty but had absolutely no finesse or apparent composition. The soubise was good but just dumped all over the dish. My grits featured several large, dry chunks that had not been properly mixed and the dish came with bacon even though the menu said sausage. I don't mind certain changes if they're out of something, for instance, but I do like to be told that I'm not getting what I'm expecting. My husband got the burger and regretted it, saying that we have made much better ones at home.
A manager (presumably) took our drink orders and checked on us one additional time, and she was very polite and professional and that at least we appreciated. Overall though, based on this experience, we found the Fearrington Granary to be considerably overrated and overpriced for what you get. I guess a lot of people in the south are just pretty easy to please, especially if their meal is rich and heavy enough and they have a nice enough view.
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