For groups of 25 or more, themed dining at Plimoth Plantation is truly a unique experience.
Enjoy a barbecue, a clambake or a harvest dinner with the Pilgrims - all on some of the most beautiful grounds in Massachusetts.
While the venue is completely unexpected, the culinary artistry and service is reassuringly certain, with the exacting quality we are known for. Against the beautiful backdrop of the Eel River and Cape Cod Bay, you will have a wonderful time dining with us.
Choose from a unique selection of themed dining events:
Learn the 17th-century table manners that the Pilgrims brought to Plymouth. You will don napkins, eat without a fork and discover how Myles Standish ate his porridge. Dinner includes a Plimoth Plantation Culinary Historian providing commentary and interpretation.
Sample a combination of both Native and Pilgrim cuisine
Enjoy a traditional Native meal while socializing with your guests
Step back almost 400 years to enjoy mirth and good company, with hosts from the past and a deliciously authentic Bill of Fare. Our menus have been carefully selected to reflect the English cuisine of the early 17th century. Tables are set with pewter and woodenware, and strewn with fresh herbs. Your dinner will be hosted by Pilgrim interpreters dressed in costume, who speak in the dialect of the period. Entertainers will delight your guests at the Harvest Feast with songs and ballads of the time.
Enjoy a perfectly roasted hand-carved Turkey with your all the Thanksgiving trimmings any time of year!
Classic comfort food prepared by the expert hand of our executive Chef.
This is an elegant menu for a casual gathering. Ideal to enjoy on a warm summer afternoon or evening.
Savor the classic flavors of New England’s fresh seafood combined with crisp local produce. Clambakes make impressive memories!