Dinners at Granor Farm are not just about the meal; they bring people together to connect and to share our crops around a long table in our farmhouse. Unfortunately, at this time, we do not feel we can simultaneously maintain the spirit of our dinners and adhere to recommended Covid-19 guidelines. As we did with our May and June dinners, we have decided to suspend our dining program for the remainder of the summer. Updates about the dining program will be announced via the Granor Farm Newsletter which you may sign up for by entering your email at the bottom of this page.
When meals return:
Please know that first and foremost, we are a biodiverse vegetable and small grain farm. We are not a restaurant or an event venue.
Meals at Granor Farm feature crops grown on our farm and celebrate the food culture of southwest Michigan around long tables and over good conversation. Throughout the season, we offer a variety of events all centered on eating, connecting, and learning about and with our regional food community.
Our meals currently run from mid-May through the end of February.
All events are ticketed and not open to the public. Please know that we have very limited seating and a small staff. Our tickets are non-refundable and not transferable to another date. Therefore, ticket availability is scarce. Please think of them the way you would theater or concert tickets.
We will release our tickets in two rounds. The First Release tickets are made available a couple of months in advance of the event. The Second Release tickets are available one month to the day in advance of the event. Click on the date of the meal to see the event listing, which includes the exact date and time of all ticket releases as well as any pertinent information about that event including timing, price, and special programing.
To receive more information about specific events and other happenings on the farm, please sign up for our newsletter on the bottom of this page.
Thank you for your patience as we navigate the demand for our programing.