This well-reputed farm sells a wide range of top notch cuts and meats. Specializing in all-natural, pasture-raised Black Angus beef, pork from heritage hogs and free-range poultry, Greyledge Farm’s products are known for their quality and exceptional flavor. Their loyal customers are willing to pay a bit more for Greyledge Farm’s products because they know that producing grass-fed, rotationally grazed cattle, pigs and chickens requires considerably more work and time than conventional farm practices. Antibiotics, steroids, or growth hormones are not used at the farm. The importance of land preservation, renewable energy, sustaining local agriculture and observing best farm practices is embraced and practiced at Greyledge Farm. They are open by appointment: to coordinate a visit, call or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
17 Berry Road
The next time you’re hankering for a helping of delectable buttermilk pancakes or French toast, then this small, rustic and chic restaurant is for you. It’s a wonderful place to have breakfast with fresh, tasty omelets served with homemade bread. Patrons will stop by to stock up on Mamie’s homemade baked goods that are all fresh and made on the premises. Mamie’s has a nice lunch menu as well. They have an outside eating area with picnic tables. Pleasant, attentive staff. Dinner is available on weekends and can be a bit pricey. Reservations are recommended.
162 Baker Road
Originally serving as a 19th century Iron making complex, Mine Hill Preserve is now maintained by the Roxbury Land Trust and includes 3.5 miles of hiking trails, a restored blast furnace, roasting ovens, granite quarries, abandoned mine shafts, and a stone bridge.
Mine Hill Road