June 29: Summer Mediterranean Dinner

June 29: Summer Mediterranean Dinner – Summer is officially here and our local gardens are bursting with fresh products. The Mediterranean diet is indeed healthy. There is no such thing as a uniform Mediterranean diet, but its cuisines interconnect with eating what is fresh and local – eating with the seasons.

June 29: Summer Mediterranean Dinner

June 29: Summer Mediterranean Dinner – Dinner is $99 per person, plus tax and gratuity, and includes one glass each of the suggested wines. Additional wine is available on our wine list. Wine-thirty at 6:30 and sit down for dinner at 7:00pm.


June 29: Summer Mediterranean Dinner

 Amuse: Gougeres – Gruyere Cheese Puff Pastry, Glass of Wine

Appetizer: Pan Seared Wild Salmon with House -Made Spinach-Fettuccine, Lemon-White-Wine Shallot Sauce, Preserved Lemon, Glass of Wine

Salad: Roasted Peppers, House Pickles, Local Organic Micro-Greens, Aged Sherry Vinaigrette

Gayle’s Sour Dough Bread with Local Creamery Butter

Intermezzo: House Made Raspberry and Lavender Sorbet

Entrée: Painted Hills Organic Beef Tenderloin, Seared Onions, Potato Pavers, Summer Vegetable, Smoked Tomato, Glass of Wine

Dessert: Gayle’s Seasonal Berry Compote with Vanilla Cream

Fresh Brewed Coffee and Herb Teas

We can make food substitutions to accommodate dietary restrictions if you let us 48 hours in advance

Beechwood Inn is one of the Ten Best Farm to Table Restaurants in Georgia. Learn more http://explorerabun.com/best-farm-to-table-restaurants-in-north-georgia/

In 2015 the State of Georgia designated Rabun County as the “Farm to Table Capital of Georgia.” http://explorerabun.com/georgia-state-house-resolution-58-wp_-county-farm-table-capital-georgia/ Rabun County is positioned to claim this identity because no region in Georgia is more perfectly located amid such a diverse variety of high-quality farms, mills, dairies, ranches and vineyards.

This recognition as Georgia’s Farm-to-Table Capital isn’t something that this region needs to grow into because we’ve been walking this walk for decades. It is part of who we are and this is our opportunity to embrace that identity, celebrate it locally, and champion it to the rest of the state and the country.

Read about our farms and farmers: https://beechwoodinn.ws/local-farms-and-ingredients/