2019 Farm Events

We are BEYOND EXCITED to announce that  Sujan Tuladhar will be our official Chef in Residence for the 2019 season!

Sunday June 16th- 12-3PM Father’s Fish Festival & Seafood Popup!

TICKET ( $20)!

Chef John Vargo of Hudson Valley Seafood is back for a special Father’s Day luncheon. He will be serving up

(choice of 1) either a Maple hot smoked Wester Ross organic salmon fillet served with farm salad, a hush puppy and maple dijon vinaigrette OR
House breaded and fried clam strip platter with creamy slaw and hush puppies – tartar sauce and cocktail sauce. Price includes tax/service! Taps will be open and we are filling growlers for dad! There will be a popup fish market and our farm stand will be open.

PLUS: Forget the Philharmonic at the Park, how about MET at the Farm??? We are so lucky to have Stephanie Mortimore, Principal Piccolo of the MET, along with hubby Charlie, a freelance bassoonist and Yoon Jung Huh, of Artique Chamber Music Ensemble will be performing.

Sunday June 23rd

We are beyond happy to have Chef Patti Jackson back to start the dinner series off. Best antidote to the unfortunate closing of her beloved D/H restaurant. Michelin star chef, plus rave reviews at the farm last year. Five courses, passed canapes start at 1:30, sit down dinner at 2:00. Wine pairings will be additional. We are so looking forward to this one! to purchase tickets:

Sunday July 14th 12-3PM

Welcome back 1857 Spirits for our delicious Pierogies n’ Vodka cocktail event!


Thursday August 15th 5-8PM

We welcome back the team of Gustiamo for our second annual Ferragosto Italian food celebration.


Beginning in June- Chef John Vargo Seafood Pop-up series!

We can’t get enough of Chef John Vargo, the executive chef at Hudson Valley Seafood.  This spring and summer we are happy to announce monthly seafood pop-up events including LUNCH and a fresh seasonal SEAFOOD MARKET beginning in June!


  • 6.16 – Father’s Day
  • 7.21, 8.18. 9.22 and 10.13

Sunday September 15th

We are so happy that Chef Saul Bolton makes our farm dinners a yearly tradition. A culinary past that includes 2 Michelin stars, renown restaurants like the Vanderbilt, Red Gravy, and now the Norm at the Brooklyn Museum, he has, for the past 4 years, created a masterpiece of a Sunday afternoon meal at the farm. A true culinary artist, a long time friend of Ray, we are so lucky we get him to ourselves for an afternoon. Five courses, passed canapes start at 1:30,sit down dinner at 2:00. Wine pairings will be additional. We are so looking forward to this one. Service and tax included. No refunds, dinner goes on rain or shine. Grab your seat, we will sell out!