Historical Dining

Combine Plimoth Plantation's expertise on 17th-century history with outstanding culinary resources, all in a beautiful ocean-side setting and you'll have an event you just couldn't have anywhere but here. 

Choose from these popular options:

Eat Like a Pilgrim

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.

Sliced Turkey
Stewed Pompion
Indian Pudding
Cucumber Sallet
Chargers of Cheese & Fruit
Cheate Bread
Apple Cider

A Taste of Two Cultures

Sample a combination of both Native and Pilgrim cuisine

Sobaheg (native stew)
Roast Foul with Sauce
Fricassee of Fish
Seasonal Sallet
17th Century Cheesecake
Mint Tea

Wampanoag Social Feast

Enjoy a traditional Native meal while socializing with your guests.

Cornbread with Butter
Dried Berries
Venison Stew
Naussamp with Raspberries, Blueberries, and Strawberries
Sliced Turkey
Summer Squash
Three Sisters Rice
Mint Tea


Minimum of 25 guests