Fielding's Wood Grill - Smoke Burger
Fielding's takes using local and reclaimed material seriously. The restaurant was built using as many repurposed and energy efficient materials as possible. The wood is antique oak and was reclaimed and recycled from a hay barn built in 1930 in Seymour Missouri, and a corn crib barn built in 1928 in Iowa City, Iowa. Both were abandoned and in dilapidated condition. The woods were transported to Peculiar, Missouri where all the metals were removed, rough sawn, kiln-dried and then custom milled for the original Fielding’s Wood Grill in The Woodlands, Texas.
They utilize as much local, all natural and organic products as is possible and hand-cut, grind and patty their burgers every day. Pasta, sauces, breads, dressings and ice cream or gelatos are made in house by the culinary team. And, they cure their own bacon using sea salt, herbes de Provence and paprika and smoke it in our rotisserie over Texas pecan and oak woods.
Pair your meal with a seasonal cocktail or local beer. The food (and drinks) are totally worth the trip!