Sharing the fruits (and vegetables) of our labors.

An amazing thing happens when you nurture the land as mindfully as we do our guests. It bears an abundance of fruit. And vegetables. And honey from our own hives. Since introducing bio-intensive farming methods to our kitchen garden and groves, we’ve found ourselves with a bounty beyond our needs. Now we’re delighted to share our seasonal, organic, flavorful and nutrient-rich harvests as our way of nurturing community beyond our doors.  

Golden Door Farm Stand

314 Deer Springs Road • San Marcos, CA • Hours: Wed-Fri 10am-3pm, Sat 9am-3pm

Spring Farm Fair

Saturday March 25th
9 am to 3pm

Local Vendors

Food Truck

Kids Craft

Live music

Organic fruits & vegetables


and more …

Winter Harvest

  • Radishes
  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower
  • Kale
  • Swiss Chard
  • Cabbage
  • Grapefruit
  • Scallions

Moroccan Harari Hummus

    1 Golden Door Moroccan Harari soup pouch

    2 cups spring water

    1 tbsp orange zest

    2 oz. orange juice

    1/4 cup tahini (optional)

    3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil

    1 tsp sumac (optional)


1 No pesticides or synthetic fertilizers. Natural enrichment methods keep our land productive and sustainable.
2 Not just produce. Pick up our delicious, locally sourced marmalades, soups and rice mixes.
3 It’s Veggie Time. Land Manager, Wil Ryan, and Executive Chef Greg Frey Jr. kicking back and talking bio-diversity and planting succession.
4 Feast for the eyes. Check our online calendar for tablescape events.
5 Golden Door bees collect nectar from blossoms in our orange groves producing a light honey thick with sweet goodness and citrus notes.
6 Golden Door eggs from chickens who eat organic and almost as well as our guests.