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January 2013 Restaurant of the Month - Gibbett Hill Grill

Note: This event requires a reservation and it may or may not require a deposit by the organizer so all cancellations within 48 hours of the event requires a reason. Please do not sign up unless you are sure that you can make it.


The January Restaurant of the Month is the Gibbett Hill Grill. Next month we will go to one of the restaurants suggested by those who attend this month.

About the Restaurant of the Month:

The Setting
Located in Groton, Massachusetts, about an hour northwest of Boston, The Gibbet Hill Grill is a 100-year old post-and-beam barn that has undergone a complete transformation from working barn to fashionable, upscale restaurant. The views from the tables overlook the rolling hills of conservation land that are home to the 80-acre farm. The herd of Black Angus cattle can often be seen grazing in the hills.

The Food
Executive Chef Tom Fosnot leads a kitchen that is dedicated to serving upscale native cuisine using the freshest local ingredients available. In the summer, the majority of the produce is grown right on the farm, adjacent to the Grill. They grow over 40 varieties of heirloom tomatoes, squashes and zucchini, heirloom beets, radishes, greens, peppers, beans, potatoes, specialty onions, herbs, and many other crops, all of which can be seen on the menu throughout the year.

The Service
They believe that excellent service means anticipating the needs of the guests, striking the right balance of friendliness and professionalism, and never, ever, making the guests feel uncomfortable.


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  • Lisa

    Ahhhh ... I don't want to take a spot yet, until I have my schedule confirmed.
    This place is amazing! Hope you all enjoy! :)

    December 31, 2012

  • FAN A.

    The reservation is for 7:45 PM for 8 people. I had to reserve 3 weeks in advance, so there will be no increasing the reservation. If you want to go, you need to RSVP quickly.

    December 31, 2012

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