All tickets for this event must be purchased by July 11 at 11pm!
Experience the orchard like you never have before.
We proudly announce Harvest Moon's first ever farm dinner!
Our family and local restaurateurs, John and Paul Aversano, have come together to create a truly cultivated farm to table experience. Guests will enjoy artfully prepared seasonal cuisine and drinks, inspired both by our farm and the culinary expertise of the Aversano brothers.
This special dining experience will take place at The Overlook, an exquisite stone patio located at the highest point in our orchard. It provides stunning vistas of the surrounding Hudson Valley hills, as well as the very fields and orchards where the farm dinner food (and even beverages!) were grown. Dine among friends and family while taking in the orchard's beautiful, pastoral views.
Purchase Tickets Now
Country Club Casual Attire
Wednesday July 19, 2017 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm
(Rain Date: Thursday July 20, 2017 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm)
The Overlook* at Harvest Moon Farm and Orchard
130 Hardscrabble Rd.
North Salem, NY 10560
*Wagon ride provided to The Overlook and dining area.
$150.00 per seat* (plus Eventbrite processing fee)
Your ticket includes our own farm-crafted hard cider, a cocktail hour on The Overlook patio with live music, a unique family-style, farm-to-table dinner menu and a brief farm tour/wagon ride to and from The Overlook. (A cash bar will be available for wine and beer.)
*You must purchase your ticket in advance to attend this event.
To Reserve Your Seat:
Check out photos of The Overlook below!
Farm & Orchard
About Our Farm
©2011 - 2017 Harvest Moon Farm & Orchard
130 Hardscrabble Road
North Salem, New York 10560
8:00am - 6:00pm Daily
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All visitors must check in at the store prior to entering other areas of the farm.
ALL bags are subject to search.
No off premise food/drink permitted.
Absolutely NO dogs are permitted on the farm.
Please DO NOT touch or feed the animals, they may bite.
Absolutely NO climbing of trees.