A farm-first dining destination at Groton Hill

Dining at the Woodland Room provides concertgoers with warm and welcoming service, a seamless table-to-concert experience, and all the convenience of on-site parking. Reserve your table and select your à la carte menu options, tax and gratuity included. Beer, wine, and cocktails are available table-side for additional cost. Reservations open 3-4 weeks prior to each show!

We use Toast for all reservations. Reservation purchases are nonrefundable. Please note that the pickup time listed at the top of the linked page does not represent your actual reservation time. 

Spring Menu


Radish & Arugula Salad – $12

Crisp arugula, thinly sliced radish, and tangy Pecorino cheese, dressed in a vibrant lemon caper vinaigrette and topped with focaccia croutons. (V)

Spring Bruschetta (4) – $18

Seared fiddleheads, juicy tomato, a sprinkle of chili flakes for a kick, and shaved Reggiano cheese on top of toasted bread, drizzled with honey for a sweet finish. (V)

Lobster Deviled Eggs (4) – $18

Classic deviled eggs elevated with the addition of succulent lobster meat, finely chopped chives, and a hint of Espelette pepper for a touch of warmth. (GF, DF)

Sweet & Spicy Peach Flatbread – $20

A flatbread featuring sweet and spicy peach jam, creamy goat cheese, and peppery arugula. (V)

Mushroom & Soppressata Flatbread – $20

Umami flavors of shiitake and hen-of-the-wood mushrooms, complemented by creamy herbed ricotta and savory soppressata on a perfectly baked flatbread crust.

Oysters (4) – $18

Freshly shucked premium oysters, rotating selection, accompanied by a classic mignonette, zesty horseradish, and sweet-tangy pickled onions. (DF, GF)

Smoked Bluefish Paté – $18

A velvety spread paired with rye toast, pickled beets, and celery seed. (DF)


Lemon & Chive Butter Cod – $34

Delicate line-caught cod with bread crumbs, roasted asparagus spears, fluffy wild rice, and a lemon chive butter sauce that brings out the natural sweetness of the fish. (GF)

Lamb Merguez Sliders (2) – $30

Two mouthwatering lamb merguez sliders, topped with spicy harissa slaw and served with a refreshing cucumber salad on the side for a satisfyingly cool contrast.

Chili Honey Chicken – $29

Succulent chicken marinated in a sweet and spicy chili honey glaze, served with creamy whipped sweet potato and tender kale for a dish that’s both comforting and full of flavor. (GF)

Artichoke & Parmesan Risotto – $28

Creamy Parmesan risotto topped with crispy artichokes and finished with a squeeze of fresh lemon and a sprinkle of fresh parsley. (GF)

Blood Farm Blend Burger with Bacon & Grafton Cheese – $28

Dive into our signature burger blended from select Blood Farm beef, topped with crispy slab bacon, melted Grafton Cheddar, and a crunchy radish and scape slaw, all served alongside pickle and Potato Stix for the ultimate comfort food experience.

Pappardelle with White Lamb Ragu – $32

Braised lamb cooked with carrots, onions, celery, and roasted garlic in aromatic herbs. Served over pappardelle pasta with a white wine butter sauce. Topped with toasted breadcrumbs and shaved Parmesan.


Chili Chocolate Pot de Creme – $12

Velvety chocolate pot de creme with a chili kick, layered with delicate vanilla sponge cake, a crunchy Oreo crumble, and an elegant edible flower.

Peaches & Cream Tres Leches – $12

Layers of moist tres leches cake infused with ripe peaches, topped with a luscious cream topping for a dessert that’s both light and indulgent.

House-made Lemon Curd Ice Cream with Seasonal Berries – $10

Enjoy the vibrant flavors of fresh seasonal berries atop our decadent house-made lemon curd ice cream. (GF)

Aiming to focus on locale and sustainability, our seasonal menu presents home-inspired dishes featuring produce and meats from Blood Farm, Springbrook Farms, Carlson Orchards, and other regional providers. We are also featuring produce grown with progressive farming techniques – like the container gardens our partners use for many of the lettuces and herbs on the plates our diners enjoy.

Celebrating our local partners

Blood Farm is a 7 generation, family run, processing facility and retail meat shop established in 1847, as a place for the local farming community to take livestock for harvest including cattle, lambs, goats and hogs. Today, they serve the community with butcher services and local favorites, including their famous hams and bacon. 

As one of the largest, and oldest, working farms in America, Spring Brook Farm manages and maintains over 400 acres of prime farmland with compassion and great care. A combination of farming genealogy and the best in today’s agricultural education has created a special place for all living things to thrive.

Carlson Orchards was founded in 1936 by Walter and Eleanor Carlson, dedicated to growing the best tree fruits, blueberries, raspberries, and pumpkins on a diversified farm. Today, their sons Bruce, Frank and Robert Carlson maintain a family tradition of high quality apple and apple products.


Reservations are exclusively available for ticket holders for each performance. A link will be sent to patrons 3 to 4 weeks in advance of each performance. Please email boxoffice@grotonhill.org for more information.


The Woodland Room is located on the far west side of the building, just past the Concert Hall. When you join us through the main entrance, please turn right and walk to the end of the hall. The hostess will greet you and get you seated. 

Additional Amenities

Groton Hill features four additional permanent bar locations, serving a variety of canned and poured drinks. Hightop tables and couches are generously scattered throughout the space, giving patrons ample opportunity to mingle and relax before a show. 


Curious about your dining options here at Groton Hill? We’re here to help! Our Box Office is open Monday – Saturday, 12-5pm. Call us at 978-486-9524 or email boxoffice@grotonhill.org