Gibbet Hill Grill Take-Out with Curbside Pick-Up

To our loyal guests: As you may know, due to the Covid-19 outbreak, we are not offering on-premise dining at this time. While we are disappointed we will not see you inside the restaurant, we know it is in the best interest of our employees, their families, and the community.

In the meanwhile, we are pleased to offer a limited take-out menu, including wine & beer,  as well as a “Gibbet Hill at Home” menu featuring large format platters of pre-assembled main dishes, marinated and non-marinated proteins, sides, and toppings.

Please call 978-448-2900 to order.

NOTE: We are currently experiencing intermittent phone issues.  If when you call the phone is out of service (it does not ring or you do not get voice mail) please call our temporary second line at 781-206-1066. (May 24, 2020)

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Sunday: Curbside pickup from 4:00PM-8:00PM.
Friday & Saturday curbside pickup from 4:00PM-8:30PM.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Sunday: orders will be accepted up until 7:00pm.
Friday & Saturday: orders will be accepted up until 8:00pm.

A staff member will be on premises as early as 12:00pm on these days if you’d like to place your order ahead of time.  Orders will be accepted up until 7:00pm.

To reduce contact, we are asking guests to pay via credit card while placing orders. 

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR CURBSIDE PICK UP MENU.

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR “GIBBET HILL AT HOME” MENU.

 

NEW! Gibbet Hill Farm Spring CSA – SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT! Thank you to everyone who purchased a share. If you have any questions about your farm share, please contact our farm manager: kayleigh@gibbethill.com.

Though our restaurants have been closed since March 17, our farm has been busy planting and soon will be harvesting.

We are pleased to offer a 4-week farm share beginning May 14th.  The spring share will run through June 4th and pick-ups are available on Thursday from 2pm-6pm.

The share will consist of a pre-bagged selection of spring crops harvested that day.

Crops could include: arugula, spicy mesclun mix, head lettuce, cut lettuce mix, pea tendrils, green garlic, radishes, salad turnips, parsnips, microgreens, scallions, spinach, broccoli raab, kale, chard.  Some weeks will have specialty add-ons, like farm fresh tulips!

Once you sign up you will receive instructions on how pick up will work on the farm, keeping your safety and the farmer’s safety in mind. If you have any questions of concerns, please reach out to kayleigh@gibbethill.com

Flower shares are also still available. Please continue to scroll down to view information on the 2020 flower shares.

Please click the “buy now” button below to purchase a 4-week share ($150):


Gibbet Hill Farm Flower Share

WHEN: July 9th-September 10th, 2020 (you select a time to pick Monday-Friday 8am-5pm)
WHERE: Pick your own site at Gibbet Hill Farm
COST: 10 weeks share for $125

Brighten your home with beautiful organic bouquets every week!

Flower shares begin July 9th when our flower beds are in full bloom.  The share lasts for 10 weeks, and members can pick up to 30 stems each week.

Gorgeous varieties of snapdragons, sunflowers, zinnias, cosmos, ornamental grasses, celosia, strawflowers, statice, and many others will appear in the fields for picking over the season.

We will hold one flower member orientation on July 9th to educate members on the best way to cut your bouquets.  Signage and information on varieties will be in the field throughout the season.

One quart sized mason quart jars will be provided for each PYO Flower membership.

Gibbet Hill Grill COVID-19 Update

To our loyal guests: Due to the Covid-19 breakout, we are not offering on-premise dining at this time.

In the meanwhile, we are pleased to offer a limited take-out menu, Wednesday-Sunday, starting Wednesday, March 18th, with pickup from 4:00pm-8:00pm, that will include curbside service.  Logistics are currently in development and will be posted here as soon as they are available.

While we are disappointed we will not see you inside the restaurant for a few weeks, we know it is in the best interest of our employees, their families, and the community.