Thursday, August 19

Our Fearrington Village Excursion



I am so tired of trying to figure out how to post photos and write captions. Every time my computer updates, the format and the process change. Boo.

But - here goes. My neighborhood woman's group and I went to Fearrington Village for lunch on Tuesday, at the Old Granary. The table for ten was tucked out of the way and we could talk and laugh to our heart's content. One woman bought a bottle of champagne so we could celebrate her return to the group after a long bout of illness. It was gooooood...and we were happy to have her back.

The second photo shows the exterior of the Old Granary, and the third was the view from my seat before the place filled up with the luncheon crowd. The fourth photo was my friend Pam's sandwich and the fries, served in a unique (to me) container, were to die for. I ate the chicken salad and I do believe it was the tastiest I have ever had. The sugared walnuts were exquisite!

After lunch we walked over to the small shopping area nearby. I took lots of photos, so come back tomorrow to "window shop" and drool along with me.

14 comments:

srp said...

Bacon, lettuce and tomato... heaven on earth! That looks like a fabulous place to eat!

Yes, we had three rounds of storms this evening.. the first dropped 1/2 inch, the second a full inch of rain and I haven't checked the rain gauge since the third round. I did turn off the sprinkler system for tomorrow.

Star said...

Can't wait for tomorrow. I love to window shop. I was out to dinner the other night and thought about taking a photo of my plate like you do. But I think my family would have thought I was nuts, so I didn't.

Pat said...

It all looked yummy but Judy where's my pud?

Tabor said...

Because of my thousands of tomatoes I have been eating BLTs an awful lot! Still like them. What a lovely place to have lunch and you have such a nice gal gang.

Granny Annie said...

It appears that a fun time was being had by all.

Nancy said...

Judy,

I really envy you your wonderful group of friends and the delightful places where you can go to lunch.

It is such a nice life style. When I lived in Virginia my friends and I used to meet at a lovely restaurant in Williamsburg and I often pine for those "Southern" days.

Olga said...

The food looks fabulous. it looks like a fun outing and I'm looking forward to the window shopping. Don't get too discouraged with the vagaries of picture posting.

Anil P said...

What a lovely group.

And the Granary, it looks so elegant that for a moment I thought it was a home to someone.

Nice interiors. Looking forward to more pictures.

Arkansas Patti said...

That salad won me over (may try a version for lunch) but that container was really unique. Would love to have heard the comments when that was placed on the table.

Gladys said...

I love the way the food was "presentd." Because there is a restaurant here in San Juan Capistrano that serves in a similar fashion, and there are rarely male diners, I wonder if men enjoy these restaurants as much as women do? Gladys

Celia said...

Interesting looking building and I love BLT's. See you tomorrow.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Oh Judy...It all looks WONDERFUL and it made my mouth water. That looks like a really special place, in every way.
It sounds like you all had a grand time!

colleen said...

Yum. It all looks so good.

The word was "sunset," as in lets go see it.

Carver said...

I've never been to Fearrington Village and it looks very attractive. I noticed it's in Pittsboro. We went to the Pittsboro pottery, wine and chocolate festival this spring which was a lot of fun.