What are five things I should know about The Dining Room at Twin Farms?

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Michael Beardsley

Here’s our list of the five things we think you should know about The Dining Room at Twin Farms:

There are no menus for lunch or dinner. Every guest fills out a guest preferences questionnaire before arrival, and a regularly updated list of likes and dislikes is kept for Twin Farms’ many returning customers. If the chef’s menu choices of the day don’t appeal, a guest can always order a custom meal, with virtually endless possibilities.

To the highest degree possible, ingredients are grown onsite or sourced from time tested natural and organic farms nearby. The resort employs the services of two "wildcrafters," who forage for local mushrooms and other products.

Twin Farms maintains two completely equipped outdoor kitchens and grilling stations, one on the terrace behind the Main House and one at the Cabana at Copper Pond. Barbecues, pig roasts, and other special events are regularly scheduled throughout the year.

Dinner for up to six people can be served at a private table in the very popular Wine Cellar.

Wine manager Eric Reichenbach selects complimentary wines to accompany each course at lunch and dinner. However, guests are not limited to these selections, and can make special requests without incurring additional costs.

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