Dean Norton, Director of Horticulture, describes the history and beauty of Mount Vernon's Lower Garden.
Join Mount Vernon for a special evening of tours and dinner featuring products cultivated and produced on the estate.
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Taste the season’s freshest ingredients with a dash of history during this popular culinary event.
Begin with a reception in Washington’s upper garden and greenhouse featuring specialty cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. Learn how food was grown, stored, and prepared for the Washington family through a private tour of Mount Vernon’s lower garden and Mansion. Following the tour, enjoy a flavorful five-course dinner with wine pairings at the Mount Vernon Inn Restaurant, featuring some products cultivated and produced on the estate.
Farm to Table takes place rain or shine.
Ostrich slider with a cabbage and radish mustard slaw.
Chilled carrot soup with broccoli mousse.
Fried Quail with veggie shepherd’s pie & with soubise sauce.
Seared NY strip with red pepper coulis, truffle burrata cheese, herb pesto, and braised leeks.
White Chocolate Raspberry Cheese Cake.