FOOD AND DRINK

Trying to keep hydrated? Visit our water fountain, located right next to the air stream bar! Trying to be green? Bring a water bottle and refill all day long!

Enjoy the Five Senses Festival's seasonal fare and the local bounty of Litchfield County. Carefully curated meals, snacks, and libations created by Cassandra Purdy and a local team of farmers and collaborators.

Join us for delicious community meals and experiential food events:

  • Open Kitchen - Artisanal food & home made snacks for breakfast, lunch, and dinner on all Festival days

  • Family Brunch - Delicious lazy Sunday morning offerings

  • Pizza to the People  - Cassandra’s pizza cult following can tell you not to miss this brick oven on wheels

  • Speakeasy - Craft cocktails, Averill Farm's hard cider,  Kent Falls Brewery microbrews, and Spring Hill Vineyards' wine – all served from an antique airstream!

  • Midsummer Night Dinners – An intimate community gathering on the field, with an extravagant seasonal spread. Bring your family, a date, or arrive ready to break bread with new friends. Each weekend features a fresh local menu! 

  • Chef's Dinner - Created by Gabe McMackin, Owner and Chef of Michelin-starred Brooklyn restaurant The Finch, this outdoor special event will be a culinary journey leading guests through an taste adventure that culminates in a safari dinner cooked on open flames. 

Whether you're heading to an event or just want fill your belly and quench your thirst in a beautiful outdoor space, you're always welcome to join us on the festival grounds during festival days.

Visit our Schedule Page to see our full Food & Drink and Events lineup!

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Local Partners

Featuring ingredients and treats from your favorite local farms and eateries: The Pantry, Hidden Valley Eatery, 9 Main, Washington Market, High 5 Pies, Sacred Grounds, Kent Falls Brewery, Spring Hill Farm, Simpson and Vail Teas, Averill Farm, Fort Hill Farm, Marble Valley Farm, Maple Bank Farm, Riverbank Farm, Waldingfield Farm, Nature View Farm, and The Traveling Farmer.

 
 

Header photo courtesy of Cassandra Purdy.