Think of it as a 1,000 star restaurant, says the Restaurant at Patowmack Farm. Housed in a glass conservatory overlooking the Potomac River, you can certainly see 1,000 stars on a clear night.
Location, food, and service "everything is in place for Patowmack Farm to earn high marks.
Beverly Morton Billand started Patowmack Farm over 20 years ago giving farm tours and selling produce and other goods. As interest in the farm grew, so did the experience. Soon, Beverly was serving dinner. This working organic farm features a 100-seat restaurant, a tented patio for open air dining, and a spectacular view serving an organic, progressive menu by the talented Chef Tarver King.
Location alone makes Patowmack a unique dining experience. After driving along the Potomac River, climb the farm’s gravel driveway up the hillside. The natural landscape of the farm creates the atmosphere. Wildlife and farm animals may be dining on tall grasses as you watch from your table. The glass-walled conservatory is simple, allowing the outdoors to be the focus as the structure intends. Go early or for Sunday brunch and enjoy the open doors letting in fresh air and sunshine. Stay late to enjoy the sunset and watch the moon and stars rise over the mountain.
As you arrive at this beautiful setting, you can see the inspiration as soon as you step out of the car and taste it in every dish. Beverly Morton Billand took her beautiful property, respectfully worked the land, and found a talented chef to capture the harvest in its finest glory.