Lunch At The Farm

Danielle French invites you to Lunch At The Farm Thursday-Sunday

Inside At The Table Fresh homemade lunch at the farm is available in the kitchen at 11:30 and 1:00 p.m. (2 reservation times available) Eat inside at the kitchen table. Self – guided tours of the farm are available and you are welcome to use the Ballyduff Trails. Visit our gift shop or just enjoy the […]

Inside At The Table

Fresh homemade lunch at the farm is available in the kitchen at 11:30 and 1:00 p.m. (2 reservation times available)

Eat inside at the kitchen table. Self – guided tours of the farm are available and you are welcome to use the Ballyduff Trails. Visit our gift shop or just enjoy the outdoors. Fresh homemade lunch and baked goods are available for purchase and can be taken to-go or enjoyed in the kitchen or by the fire.

or –

Outside By The Fire

Fresh homemade lunch is available outside by the fire anytime between 11-3pm.

You have chosen to take your lunch out by the fire. It’s warm and cozy – and it’s truly an authentic farm experience! In addition to lunch, we have self–guided tours of the farm, and you are welcome to use the Ballyduff Trails. Visit our gift shop or just enjoy the outdoors. Fresh homemade lunch and baked goods are available for purchase and can be taken to-go or enjoyed in the kitchen or by the fire. 

 


Lunch Menu: We will post the menu on the website and on Facebook every week. Gluten Free & Vegetarian Options Available


Smoked Brisket Sandwich – $10.00

Pepperoncini, Pickled Red Onions, Tower Greens, South Pond Mustard, Crosswind Cheddar, Home-made bread

Turkey Club – $10.00

Smoked Farm Turkey, Farm Bacon, Green Onion Aioli, Aged Cheddar, House Pickles, Tower Greens, Tomato Preserve, home-made bread

Roasted Red Pepper Grilled Cheese – $9.00

Jessica’s Peppers, Crosswinds Cheddar, Aged Cheddar

Farm Board – $20.00

Smoked Brisket, Pickled Hen’s Egg, Dylan’s Sourdough, Farm Mustard, Preserves & Pickles, Local Cheese
Great for sharing for 2 people.

Stew Of The Day – $10.00

Soup Of The Day – $5.00

Baker’s Choice Dessert – $5.00


Drop-ins are welcome, but inside –  kitchen table-space is limited to 15 guests per sitting. Please make a reservation to make sure you have a spot.  Lunch reservations are for 11:30 am. or 1:00 pm. Outside seating is always available – you can book that here. 


Make your reservation here, and then pay at the farm.

 

1. Select the number of guests attending.

2. Scroll to the correct calendar month and day.

3. Click on the GREEN-highlighted date.

4. Choose your time slot from the drop-down menu.

5. Booking cost $0.00 will appear. (pay after the meal)

6. Click on Book Now button.

7. Then View Cart and Checkout.

 

Danielle French
Danielle French

About Danielle French

I founded South Pond Farms in 2008. The property is on the Oak Ridges Moraine in the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe Mississauga. South Pond started as a small food delivery business making fresh prepared meals from ingredients in my garden. Together with my family, we restored the barn, the iconic heritage silo and the land to become a destination for authentic culinary experiences, weddings, celebrations, workshops. Inspired from the farm, I also create a line of culinary products and gifts.

In 2021, I was ready to move away from the farm. As much as I loved the land and the country, it was time to let someone else bring their passion to what we had created. My new home is in Peterborough, Ontario where I’m taking some time to write, contemplate next steps, train my dogs, blog about recipes and interesting explorations and unpack!

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