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Reviewed today via mobile

We had a very delicious dinner and delightful dinner. The "Present Menu" was varied and all excellent. The staff was very friendly, knowledgeable, efficient, and helpful. Service was superior. The setting was lovely and peaceful. We were able to talk with no difficulty in hearing...at all. We left satisfied but not stuffed, even though we each ate every bite.More

Date of visit: June 2022
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Always happy at Field and Main, bought a to go picnic. Though sad the salmon is no longer on the Lunch/Brunch menu. The Korean chicken is so flavorful, crispy and light. I may have a new favorite!

Date of visit: May 2022
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Reviewed May 15, 2022 via mobile

This restaurant had good reviews and some nice dish pictures which encouraged us to try it for a family lunch but it disappointed. The main word that describes this restaurant is uneven. It has some good features combined with others that do not match its...relative high end aspirations and price. The good is the place which has inside and outside seating options which are comfortable and good service. It also offers one of the best home made lemonades we have tried in the area. The not so good include difficulties to park as the parking space is small compared to the capacity of the restaurant and there is a major town renovation going on which eliminated many other parking options near the restaurant. The main issue however is with the food. The menu is quite small offering limited options. Moreover, despite this, your experience can vary a lot depending on what you order. One of us enjoyed a good salad appetizer and pork main course which were well presented and served and with generous enough portions. However, I was the only one who had desert and you could really tell that the sous chef is learning as noted in the website since it was not very good. Another had a good shrimp and grits main course. However, the asparagus appetizer she ordered literally had two asparagus with some ricotta cheese and sauces. The portion was minuscule making you wonder what you were really paying for. One of us got the worst dish of all was. He ordered a burger which costed some 20 dollars after they charged us extra for providing bread to fit his dietary restrictions without telling us and with no warning on the menu. The attraction of the burger was the meat from a local farm but it was served with such haste that it made Wendy’s look good. It was brought in an ugly small white plate very poorly presented without any kind of special sauces or side dishes which are customary in any higher end restaurant with this kind of price for a burger. Interestingly enough, the picture in the website of the burger dish actually has a salad next to it and is served in the kind of plate you would expect so do not be deceived by the pictures on the website. They are highly misleading. The bottom line is that there is a need for some serious quality control to ensure that every dish will give any customer the higher end experience he/she is looking for and paying for. Currently this restaurant is poor value for money for higher end diners such as ourselves. There are many better options so we do not recommend it and we will not return.More

Date of visit: May 2022
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Reviewed April 27, 2022

We booked the chef's counter private room and tasting menu. The experience was easy from booking to arrival and adjustments were readily available for party members with allergies or dietary preferences (we had one vegetarian who had several options available to swap and some courses...were already compatible). Really enjoyed the entire evening and will likely return as part of a visit to the wineries in the area. There is a minimum spend associated with booking that room, but we easily hit it with our group between cocktail "hour" and wine during dinner. Very nice!More

Date of visit: April 2022
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Reviewed April 5, 2022

Lovely staff, easy going and refined! Thoroughly enjoyed our Chef's Table Experience! Chef indulged our questions as he prepared our dishes right in front of us. Chef's table reservation states it's a "tasting". It's 6 courses with offered wine paring. We were pleasantly fully, not...stuffed. Locally Sourced Farm to Table! Chef's table currently seats 4 people and they offer a 5pm and 8pm reservation. We arrived and dined at 5pm. We're already planning another visit and will invite another couple to join us. Quaint remodeled farm house venue. Another seating option is their outdoor heated cabanas, located just outside/on the grounds of the restaurant. Made our reservation on line. Super easy parking in this rural town. Side Note: You may also want to visit the Red Truck bakery located right across the street before dinner. We brought a Meyers Lemon Bundt cake home with us. They closed at 5pm.More

Date of visit: April 2022
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Reviewed February 27, 2022 via mobile

We had a wonderful dining experience at Field and Main. Crystal was our server. She was extremely knowledgeable about the food and wine and provided excellent recommendations. We all loved our entrees and the wines that Crystal recommended. After the meal, the owner stopped by...to greet us and to check on things. It is clear that attention to detail is very important - and they mastered it in every area. We can’t wait to return with family and friends.More

Date of visit: February 2022
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Reviewed January 18, 2022 via mobile

Absolutely, unquestionably an amazing experience. Everything about F&M is top notch. From starting to make a reservation to saying goodbye at the end of the evening, it was all spectacular. The food, the wine, the service, the ambiance…. There are not enough superlatives in my...vocabulary to do it Justice. Simply put, we had a wonderful night and I was proud to celebrate a special event with my wife at Field & Main. The appetizers: hearth bread board, P.E.I mussels and curried squash bisque - fantastic! The main course: monkfish and pork chop - best we have ever had! …and don’t get me started on the desserts… but the chocolate napoleon - what a cool and tasty creation! The wine list is impressive with some really nice finds - there is something for everyone - even by the glass. Want a cocktail? Check out the Winter’s Blush. My wife loved it! The hardest part for us was deciding what to eat and what we liked the best…. We can’t wait to go back… not just for another great meal, and not just for another great date night, but for another amazing experience. Kudos to and my sincerest thank you to all involved! Field & Main is something special and we’ll worth checking out…More

Date of visit: January 2022
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Reviewed January 12, 2022

As you can see from my previous two reviews in 2021 this is my #1 restaurant in this area. I was last here in May 2021. Unfortunately my favorite cabanas were not available on my recent Sunday visit. My family of 6 with 2 children...had a 5:45pm dinner reservation. We were seated immediately in the main dining room near the doorway to the kitchen area. Their black Manhattan for $12 is a newly introduced cocktail. I enjoyed my two black Manhattans. We also shared a bottle of 2015 Glen Manor Cabernet Franc for $72. As usual we shared and enjoyed the hearth bread board with carrot butter, saba and pine nuts for $11 and the fried brussels sprouts with pastrami pork belly, brown butter vinaigrette, caraway aioli and toasted almonds for $14. I enjoyed my Ovoka Farm wagyu beef ragu with creamy polenta, carrots, turnips and ricotta salata for $30. The serving size was a bit small. I ended my dinner with their espresso martini for $13. Crystal served our table very well. My total bill was $412 less gratuities. We agreed we will continue to return here for farm to table dinner especially if we can reserve a cabana for our family.More

Date of visit: November 2021
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Reviewed November 22, 2021

Small, focused, creative menu. Well curated wine list by glass and bottle. Server Carola was a delight. Looking forward to returning

Date of visit: November 2021
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Reviewed November 15, 2021

I thought the food at this farm-to-table restaurants was really quite good. We had the grilled pork and duck leg and both were excellent. A side dish of corn bread pudding with maple butter was original and very good. I recommend it.

Date of visit: November 2021
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Reviewed September 19, 2021 via mobile

A spectacular dining experience that I can't wait to repeat! Fabulous restaurant. Amazing food and service. A shout out to Lauren.

Date of visit: September 2021
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Reviewed August 21, 2021 via mobile

Food was very good. Me and my family had a Steak, a lamb chop, and seared scallops. All three meals were delicious, and the location was outstanding, apparently while they were closed because of the pandemic; they decided to build 4-6 outdoor covered pagodas were...you could sit and eat. Almost like a little cabin. That was a wonderful experience and good to see that they did something during the pandemic. The only thing that was disappointing was the service, the staff were all friendly, but the food took an eternity to come, and they even got an order wrong, that they had to send back… The device is the only reason I gave them 4 stars instead of 5. Would still recommend you go, they were probably just overcrowded or were just having a bad day.More

Date of visit: June 2021
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Reviewed August 5, 2021 via mobile

We sat outside in a cabana on a pleasant summer evening. We ordered the 6-course “present menu” ($79pp; available with a $49 wine pairing), described as a celebration of nature’s gifts available at this moment in time “. Ours was really tasty. In brief (the...full descriptions would be long): 1 Sushito peppers, 2 heirloom tomatoes in basil oil, 3 sautéed shrimp w maquette choice, 4 roasted summer squash w whipped tofu, 5 ribeye (perfectly grilled), peach bread pudding. Two happy people! Waitresses Crystal & Roberta.More

Date of visit: August 2021
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Reviewed July 10, 2021 via mobile

Great food and amazing service. The cabana was wonderfully private and very comfortable with fans and the shade provided. Will definitely return. We ordered the 5 course menu and highly recommend the scallops, squash, and gazpacho. All of the food was delicious.

Date of visit: July 2021
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Reviewed July 2, 2021 via mobile

First time visit and will definitely be back! Wonderful staff, amazing food, in a private Asian style cabana. The sommelier is also the restaurant owner and very knowledgeable and friendly. An all around perfect evening!

Date of visit: June 2021
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