What better way to celebrate two holiday eves with a decadent meal? Normandy Farm’s award-winning restaurant, the farmer’s daughter, has a five-course experience for the whole family.
The first course for Christmas Eve dinner includes pumpkin hummus with pita chips. For the second, guests can choose from an array of soups and salads. The main course might be a tricky choice between the center cut filet mignon, broiled lobster tail, homemade sweet potato gnocchi, braised lamb shank and more.
For the sweet finale, the farmer’s daughter presents gingerbread hazelnut bread pudding, orange cherry trifles and chocolate peppermint pot de crème. The cost is 99 dollars a person and dinner will be served between 4–9 PM.
Ring in the New Year with a champagne greeting upon arrival at Normandy Farm. The farmer’s daughter will start out guests with a seasonal cheese board. The next two courses offer two bisques and salads to choose from. For the main course, patrons can go duo with crab cakes, lobster tail, filet, chicken or shrimp. Or they can indulge in the Chilean sea bass, carved prime rib, or espresso and brown sugar elk chops.
The menu tops off with a choice between the bananas foster, roasted persimmon layer cake, or white chocolate cranberry rice pudding. The cost is $120 per person. There will be a live DJ at the bar between 10 PM to 2 AM. Seating is from 5–10 PM.
For those who want to kick it at home, Normandy Farm is hosting a holiday bakeshop sale. To-go items such as white and dark chocolate yule logs, holiday pies (salted caramel apple and crème brulee) and gingerbread men will be available for pre-order and pickup on December 22 and 23.
Read more about the holiday experience at the farmer’s daughter on NormandyFarm.com.