Post 390 Hosts Massachusetts Cheese Trail Dinner

Chef Nick Deutmeyer showcases the best of Massachusetts cheese purveyors with a special Farm to Post menu kicking off April 4.


Executive chef Nick Deutmeyer and the team at Post 390 are calling all ultimate cheese lovers for a special Massachusetts Cheese Trail Farm to Post menu, featuring a special kick off dinner showcasing the top Massachusetts cheese farmers.

Post 390 welcomes guest for an unforgettable Farm to Post dinner on Wednesday, April 4, with the spotlight on Massachusetts artisan cheese farmers. Executive chef Nick Deutmeyer takes guests on a journey through each course, highlighting specific notes of each decadent cheese and their perfect flavor pairings. Chef Nick has crafted a special Farm to Post menu to showcase these exquisite cheeses from award-winning local farms such as Upinngil Farm, Ruggles Hill Creamery, and Westfield Farm. Guests can mix and mingle with representatives from each farm, who will be onsite to share some details about their unique cheeses. The event kicks off at 6:00 p.m. and begins with a welcome reception followed by a seated four-course dinner.

Post 390’s ongoing Farm to Post series celebrates the freshest local ingredients and the inspiring people behind them, focusing on Post 390’s unique relationship with these talented purveyors. The series features rotating themes every six week, featuring next level farm-to-post dishes made with locally-sourced and sustainable ingredients. After the kick-off dinner, the Farm to Post Massachusetts Cheese Trail menu will be available nightly (for a limited time) at Post 390.


The Massachusetts Cheese Trail dinner menu is as follows:



Upinngil Farm (Gill, MA)

Upinggillar, Spinach, Bacon, Paté Brisée

Feta, Cucumber, Oven Roasted Tomato

Ayrshire, Herbed Butter Cracker, Jagerwurst


First Course

Robinson Farm (Hardwick, MA)

Arpeggio "the aroma and flavor notes of the terroir in one bite"

Early Spring Asparagus, Sugar-Stack Ham, Foraged Morels, Caramelized Onion Soubise


Second Course

Ruggles Hill Creamery (Hardwick, MA)

Greta's Fair Haven "fruity, peppery, and densely textured"

Chilled Roast Chicken, Marbled Rye, Pickled Green Strawberries, Cracked Black Pepper, Green Peas



Westfield Farm (Hubbardston, MA)

Hubbardston Blue Cow "surface ripened...very soft and creamy center"

Garlic & Herb Leg of Lamb, Duck Fat Fried Potatoes, Lemon Smashed Peas, Pan Drippings



Smith Country Cheese (Winchendon, MA)

Extra Aged Gouda "creamy, nutty parm-like cheese"

Strawberry & Almond 'Shortcake', Aged Gouda Ice Cream, Strawberry-Gouda Crumb, Rhubarb Jam, Toasted Almonds


Take Home

Shy Brother’s Farm (Westport Point, MA)

Hannahbells "thimble-shaped morsels that pack a dramatic throw-weight of pungency and lingering flavor"


Tickets are $55 per person (inclusive of tax & gratuity) and can be purchased through Eventbrite. Reservations are required.

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