Saint Patrick’s Day 2014 Enjoy the special celebration menu based on gourmet interpretations of traditional Irish fare, or our regular A-La-Carte menu, on Thursday March 13th, Friday March 14th, and Saturday March 15th, 2014. We will also be featuring the outstanding collection of North Carolina Craft Beers below, with a tip of the hat to the Irish accent in the North Carolina craft beer spirit. Inn guests, local diners, traveling diners, and their guests, are equally welcome at Simplicity’s. You do not have to opt for the lodging packages to enjoy the Saint Patrick’s Day Celebrations at The Mast Farm Inn. See Menu Below. • Reserve Now
The Irish say “A good laugh, a wonderful meal, and a long sleep are the three best cures”, to which the Scotsman adds “Mony a mickle maks a muckle” meaning “Saving a small amount soon builds up to a large amount.” So we have also prepared these special lodging and dining packages below at prices to warm a Scotsman’s heart. • Reserve Now
So if your Mum is from Dublin, and your Dad from Edinburgh, therefore Scotch-Irish, let’s just say you’re in clover. In fact you can get cured, while saving a significant amount… aka “Obeermum Care” See Lodging Packages Below. • Reserve Now
Special Package Prices to Warm a Skeptical Scotsman’s Heart
Special Celebration Menu, Per Lass or Laddie $69.00
Includes the four course special celebration menu and meal below, and your choice of any three bottles of the featured craft beers below. Same celebration menu without beer $59. Children’s Menu available at $29 • Click Here To Reserve Now
One Night’s Lodging, For Two $149 Total For One Night
Lodging Thursday, Friday or Saturday Nights in any Farmhouse room available when making your reservation, and includes a country gourmet breakfast for two. Supplement for your choice of our Cottages & Cabins, add $90 • Click Here To Reserve Now
Two Night’s Lodging, For Two $279 Total For Both Nights
Two night’s lodging Thursday, Friday or Saturday Nights in any Farmhouse room available when making your reservation, and includes a country gourmet breakfast for two. Supplement for your choice of our Cottages & Cabins, add $180 • Click Here To Reserve Now
Three Night’s Lodging, For Two $399 Total For All Three Nights
Two night’s lodging Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights in any Farmhouse room available when making your reservation, and includes a country gourmet breakfast for two. Supplement for your choice of our Cottages & Cabins, add $270 • Click Here To Reserve Now
Special Celebration Menu Alongside our regular A-La-Carte Menu, we will be serving the following special celebration menu on Thursday March 13th, Friday March 14th, and Saturday March 15th, 2014. While the menu represents a gourmet fine dining culinary interpretation of traditional Irish fare, this remains a very hearty meal, so you might consider skipping lunch.
The Daily Bread Owl Creek Breadworks Buckwheat Sourdough and dark Polish Chelba with a green tomato and Gaelic Ale jam.
The Appetizer Smoked Carolina mountain trout, watercress in a molasses vinaigrette, sweet potato boxty, Pale Ale Mustard cream. Boxty is a traditional Irish potato pancake.
The Soup Potato, Leek, and Duck Rabbit Milk Stout soup, crispy pork.
The Main Course Colorado Lamb chops, honey roasted root vegetables, bacon and kale colcannon, Oatmeal Porter Jus. Colcannon is a traditional Irish dish of creamy mashed potatoes mixed with kale.
The Desserts Brown Ale sautéed Apples, flaky pastry, caramel ice cream and Duck Fat caramel sauce, Hummingbird Cake, Double Chocolate Cake, Uncommon Fruit Cake
Vegan & Vegetarian Options • This menu is much more intricate than it might seem from the names of the dishes, this in terms of subtlety, layers, sequences and processes, and as such does not lend itself to vegetarian or vegan versions. We invite vegetarians and vegans to order from our A-La-Carte Menu. Click Here To View our A-La-Carte Menu
Special Craft Beer Menu In addition to our special celebration menu, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday we will also be presenting, featuring and serving the following North Carolina Craft Beers, with a tip of the hat to the Irish accent in the North Carolina craft beer spirit. And of course there will be plenty of Guinness as well. After all, for many years the Irish considered it to be not so much a drink or even a food, but a whole food group all of its own. And rightly so. “Guinness is Good for You”.
Green Man Brewery “Green Man IPA” • Green Man Brewery, Asheville NC • “Brewing Award winning ales since 1997, Green Man was founded in downtown Asheville, originally as a brew-pub. New ownership and a fresh approach spurred evolutionary change at Green Man in 2010. No longer a brew pub, Green Man was able to focus on production, distribution and growth. With the help of the original brewer, John Stuart, and his team, Green Man has evolved into a respected and well-known brewery, known for consistent, traditional ales with a constant eye on quality.” • 828.252.5502 • www.greenmanbrewery.com • FaceBook • Twitter
Highland Brewing Company “Gaelic Ale” • Highland Brewing Company, Asheville NC • “Perhaps North Carolina’s most beloved craft brewery, Highland Brewing Company has been creating high quality ales since 1994. Nearly every restaurant and retail outlet worth visiting will offer at least one of their creations, most likely their flagship brew, the Gaelic Ale, a deep amber-colored American Ale with a rich, malty body. In addition to 5 year-round brews they offer a wide variety of seasonal and specialty ales. Their tasting room features pilot ales, small-batch brews, and seasonal ales.” • 828.299.3370 • www.highlandbrewing.com • FaceBook • Twitter
Big Boss Brewing Company “Bad Penny” • Big Boss Brewing Company, Raleigh NC • “Big Boss Brewing Company was started in 2006 and shipped its first beer in the 2nd quarter of 2007 in the triangle area of North Carolina. It was formed as a collaboration between Geoff Lamb, a UNC graduate, who returned to North Carolina in 2006 to join forces with Brewmaster, Brad Wynn, who has 12+ years of brewing experience including several years with Victory, Wild Goose and Native Brewing Company.” • 919.834.0045 • www.bigbossbrewing.com • FaceBook • Twitter
Fullsteam Brewery “Working Man’s Lunch” • Fullsteam Brewery, Durham NC • “Fullsteam is a Durham, North Carolina-based brewery and tavern. Our niche is “plow to pint” brewing, incorporating Southern food and farm traditions into the beer-making process. Fullsteam’s mission is create a distinctly Southern beer style that celebrates the culinary and agricultural heritage of the South” • (919) 682-2337 • www.fullsteam.ag • FaceBook •Twitter
Pisgah Brewing Company “Pale Ale” • Pisgah Brewing Company, Black Mountain NC • “Pisgah Brewing Company is located in Black Mountain, NC about 10 miles east of Asheville. We specialize in brewing hand crafted, organic beer. Pisgah Brewing Co. contains several different components, including the brewery, taproom, featured art space, and outdoor stage. In addition to brewing delicious, organic beer, Pisgah Brewing also brings you a multitude of artists who perform inside our taproom and out on our new stage in the field.” • 828.669.0190 •www.pisgahbrewing.com • FaceBook • Twitter
Sierra Nevada “Pale Ale” • Sierra Nevada, Mills River NC • “Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. is pleased to announce that it has chosen a site in western North Carolina for the future home of an East Coast brewery. The site, approximately 90 acres in the Henderson County town of Mills River – along the French Broad River, 12 miles south of Asheville – will be home to the new production facility, as well as a proposed restaurant and gift shop. “We are thrilled to have found an ideal location in western North Carolina for our second brewery,” says Ken Grossman, founder of Sierra Nevada. “The beer culture, water quality and quality of life are excellent. We feel lucky to be a part of this community.” ” 530.893.3520 • www.sierranevada.com • FaceBook • Twitter
New Belgium “Fat Tire” • New Belgium, Asheville NC • “New Belgium Brewing announced today that Asheville, N.C., has been selected as the new location for a second brewery. The 400,000-barrel brewery and packaging facility will provide New Belgium with additional capacity, allowing the Colorado-based brewer to expand into new areas of distribution. Upon completion in 2015, the facility will initially create 50 new jobs in the Asheville area with more than 100 positions expected at full build out. “After several years of searching, we are incredibly excited to have landed in Asheville,” said Kim Jordan, CEO and co-founder of New Belgium. “From the deep sense of community to the rich natural environment and the opportunity to revitalize a brownfield site near a vibrant downtown, Asheville has everything we’ve been looking for in a location for our second brewery.” • 970.221.0524 •www.newbelgium.com • FaceBook • Twitter
Oskar Blues Brewery “Dale’s Pale Ale” • Oskar Blues Brewery, Brevard NC • “We have LANDED in the hills! Oskar Blues Brevard is up and running! Thanks to YOU, our supporters, we’re growing at lightning speed, and it’s time to expand. Instead of creating one giant brewery here in Longmont, Colorado, we decided to spread out. We thought it would be more fun to find another small, intimate location to open up a restaurant and brewery on a grassroots level.” • 828.883.2337 • www.OskarBlues.com • FaceBook • Twitter
Aviator Brewing Company “Devils Tramping Ground Tripel” • Aviator Brewing Company, Fuquay Varina NC • “Aviator Brewing Company started in Nov 2008 in an airplane hangar. We initially brewed into two used dairy tanks. Each tank held 300gallons of beer. Much to our surprise we quickly outgrew these tanks! In Jan 2009 we had started distribution into the Triangle area. The demand for the beer grew faster than we could brew. In April 2010 we moved from the airplane hangar at Triple W airport to a larger building about 4 miles away. We have expanded the brewery yet again and have added more fermentation tanks and a large cooler.” • 919.567.2337 •www.aviatorbrew.com • FaceBook • Twitter
Olde Hickory Brewery “Irish Walker” • Olde Hickory Brewery, Hickory NC • “In 1994, Steven Lyerly and Jason Yates decided Western North Carolina was in need of fresh, quality beer and over a few pints, the idea of Olde Hickory Brewery was born. Beginning in 1994 with a 7 barrel converted dairy system, we set and accomplished the goal of providing the unique traditional ales & lagers available through OHB. Quickly we outgrew that system and today we operate a 25-barrel Price Schonstrom brew house… In 1997, OHB began the renovation of an 1880 Historic Landmark building in downtown Hickory, which now houses our brewing facilities.” • 828.322.1965 •www.oldehickorybrewery.com • FaceBook • Twitter
Please note that we are featuring the North Carolina Craft beers above, and will do our best to maintain adequate stocks of all of these specific beers for the entire weekend, some may only be available in limited quantities, and may no longer be available at your particular reservation day and time. If one of the beers you request is no longer in stock, we will propose alternate NC Craft Beers from our beer menu.
CONDITIONS & TERMS
• Does Not Include ~ Taxes & Optional Gratuities
• Maximum Occupancy ~ For Farm House Rooms: Limited to two persons, no extra persons in rooms ~ For cottages & cabins: Limited to 4 person maximum, each extra persons beyond double occupancy in cabins & cottages are billed at $25 per person per day. Children over 2 are considered an extra person.
• Deposit required ~ The Standard Deposit
• Cancelation Policy ~ No penalty for cancelling dinner. For lodging, full refund minus a $35 processing fee if cancelled 15 days or more prior to scheduled arrival, Lodging billed completely without refund if cancelled 15 days or less prior to scheduled date of arrival
• To benefit you must request this special when reserving, this rate cannot be applied to reservations already made.
• Offer cannot be combined with any other discounts, special offers, packages, promotions, gift certificates or packages
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The Mast Farm Inn is an award-winning historic country inn & restaurant in the Valle Crucis Historical District of North Carolina, which has been welcoming guests since the 1800s. The Mast Farm Inn is a Historic Hotels of America hotel, a Select Registry Inn, and is on The National Register of Historic Places.