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The Goat Deli, Coffee and Wine Shop in Pittsboro NC

Cindy and I were in Pittsboro NC last week.  Our intention was to visit the Folk Art event they were having at Fearrington Village, have lunch at the Granary and then stop off for a glass of wine at The Goat Deli, Coffee, and Wine Shop.

Here is a description from their website...
"Offering our Fearrington blend coffee roasted on-site, fresh morning pastries, housemade gelato, artisan soups, salads, sandwiches and signatures, and over 150 selections of wine stocked by our sommeliers — The Goat is the perfect way to start your morning, enjoy your lunch and relax at the end of the day."

They have a Facebook page.where you can find specials and events.  I wish I lived a bit closer so I could take advantage of all they have to offer.

Enjoy my photos and some quotes about their shop from their website, they will be in parentheses.

What will you find?

  • A revolving selection of over 150 wines from all over the world, all under $35
  • Monthly hand-picked favorites from our three in-house sommeliers
  • A wall dedicated to enjoyable, value wines and beers for everyday drinking
  • Wines by the bottle and glass that can be enjoyed at The Goat with no corkage fee
  • Crystal wine glasses for optimal drinking
  • 5% off when you purchase any combination of six bottles of beer and wine
  • 10% off when you purchase any combination of 12 bottles of wine
  • Regular featured wine and beer specials
  • Ability to special order wines (three bottle minimum) and create custom cases
  • New wines arriving every other week
  • Free weekly wine tastings
  • Ability to purchase wine for events, such as weddings, celebrations, holidays, in half or full cases for a great price

"Fearrington offers a decaf, regular and espresso coffee, all roasted on-site by our coffee 
roaster.  We roast approximately 150 pounds of coffee on-site each week with our coffee roaster named Melina."

 



I love the photo of the goat.  It depicts the good life.  Wake up to a good cup of coffee and enjoy wine throughout the day:-)
They have pastries too...
"Each morning the pastry team at The Fearrington House Restaurant bakes fresh croissants, scones, muffins and other delicious treats that pair perfectly with coffee. In the afternoon, you’ll find we offer specialty desserts, such as lemon bars, tarts and pies, all seasonal and with a Fearrington twist."
I had a glass of the Chardonnay and it was lovely!
Here is the address
2000 Fearrington Village Center
Pittsboro, NC 27312
If you go give yourself some time to enjoy the village.  There are shops, restaurants, a spa, and of course the belted cows and yes goats.
Get out and go on an adventure.  I suggest you try a new restaurant.  How about The Goat in Pittsboro?  You will love it:-)

Comments

  1. What a cute place. We're from North Carolina originally and are going back for a visit soon!

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    1. It is a cute place. I love that entire area. NC is a great state!

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  2. Tips on wine? Yes, please!!! Lol. Thanks for the great info in this post!

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    1. Yes, I need all the wine tips I can get. Thanks for stopping by my blog:-)

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  3. Ooooh I LOVE quality locally roasted coffee! I'll have to check them out :)

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    1. Hi Liz, Yes I love that place. I would love to have a cup of their coffee or glass of their wine right now:-)

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