Sunday, APRIL 16
Seatings at 11:30am and 1:30pm
By Reservation Only. Please Click here to make your reservation now.

Adults $45
Children ages five to twelve $20
Children under five FREE

The buffet will feature locally grown and seasonal produce, grains, cheeses, poultry, seafood, and meats. We will offer a selection of salads, baked goods, entrees and desserts. Included will be items that are dairy, nut, gluten and animal protien free. Coffee, tea, and Apple cider is included in the price of brunch.

Regular Hours: Open for lunch service between 11am and 3pm, Tuesday through Sunday and most Holiday Mondays including President’s Day, Patriots’ Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day and Columbus Day. Closed on some holidays including the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

Please note our online reservations are for special events only. We welcome walk-in guests on all other days.  If the café is busy, we do maintain a wait list for the convenience of our guests.

With an emphasis on seasonal ingredients, Twigs Café sources directly from our farmers whenever possible to ensure the freshest ingredients. Choose from an ever-rotating selection of hearty sandwiches, fresh salads and hot soups prepared daily. Please note that our menu is subject to change based on availability of local ingredients and season. Click here to view Twigs Café sample menu. Children are always welcome at Twigs!  View our Children’s Menu here.

View a few of our local farms and friends.

Our commitment to seasonality is reflected in our seating. In warmer weather, enjoy dining on the terrace, with expansive views of Wachusett Reservoir and Wachusett Mountain. During the cooler months, guests are served in the Great Hall, warmed with a wood-burning fire.


“The food at Twigs Café is a little piece of heaven.”
– Robert Hamm on August 3, 2016

“I love it here! Great food and awesome service!”
– Julienne Pearson on August 3, 2016

“I come each month for lunch as much as the beautiful grounds!”
– THBG Member on November 12, 2016