Gung-Ho for Goat with Stone Hollow Farmstead

Friday, August 16th 7 p.m. on the Arrington Vista
Join Chef Andrea Griffith and Sam Forte of Alabama Crown for a wine-paired cheesemakers dinner

Pull up a seat around our family-style table for our Gung-Ho for Goat wine-paired and al fresco dinner featuring Stone Hollow Farmstead goat cheese. Fresh goat cheese, or Chèvre, is best known for its smooth, creamy textures and earthy, tart flavors that pairs excellently with a crisp rose or fruity red wine. Join Executive Chef Andrea Griffith as she plates a 3-course goat cheese-inspired dinner using Deborah Stone’s farm-fresh goat cheeses.

Gung-Ho for Goat Package:
$317 per room (plus tax and fees)

Package Includes:
  • Overnight accommodations at The Inn
  • Two (2) Gung-Ho for Goat Dinner Experiences

Gung-Ho for Goat Dinner Only
$69 per person (plus tax and fees)

Package Includes:
  • 3-Course, Plated Dinner with Elements of Goat Cheese
  • Wine selection from Sommelier, Sam Fonte of Alabama Crown

Dinner Menu:

  • Blackberry and goat cheese crustada with wilted arugula, toasted almonds and lemon
  • Whipped honey and pecan strudel with goat cheese and balsamic
  • Fig and goat cheese wontons with fresh fig preserves
  • Goat cheese and herb stuffed game hen with creamy grits and wilted greens
  • Lavender scented goat cheese cheesecake with honey ice cream and pineapple

Reserve Your Gung-Ho for Goat Dinner Experience

(256) 208-7600

About Stone Hollow Farmstead

Stone Hollow Farmstead is family owned and operated by a mother-daughter team and their families. The farm is located in Shelby County, about 30 minutes east of Birmingham, Alabama. We are proud to be a part of a flourishing agricultural economy within a community that seeks to preserve our rural heritage.

On the farm you’ll find a small cadre of farmers, family members, interns, volunteers, and employees, all attending to the daily needs of hundreds of goats and chickens and a few jersey cows, happily living on pasture as nature intended. We raise our animals on a grass based system and consider ourselves “grass farmers” who practice management-intensive grazing to ensure healthy pastures and healthy animals. Our goats convert grass into rich milk that we turn into a variety of farmstead cheeses.

By supporting our farm, you are supporting a movement that helps grow small farms which are better for animals, the land, and people everywhere.