I was in town for work but made my way over to this restaurant for breakfast and it was awesome. I got the daily toast and a butternut squash tart for later (to me it was similar to quiche). Cute spot.
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If you need a negative experience and a terrible attitude from the employees and what I believe was the owner or a manager, please visit the place. Honestly I would never expect from a place whose business depends on customers to treats customers like garbage....More
My wife and I frequent establishments that advertise farm to table like food. The food was good but the menu was limited. The restaurant was also small with minimal indoor seating. For the price, I was not overly impressed.
Be prepared for a line first thing in the morning, but it is worth the wait. Obviously the locals know where a great place to go is and they led us here.
You wouldn't notice this place if you weren't paying attention. It's a cute little hole in the wall with a limited menu. Personally, I like that more than having a large menu. There's 1 communal table inside the place and a few small tables and...More
We popped in for breakfast, and they had gluten free options. It was fresh and delicious. We had the porridge and the breakfast sandwich and both were lovely.
I happened upon Farm: Table when my hotel had an extremely limited breakfast menu, but Farm: Table was across the street. It is truly a tiny little hole in the wall, but it is a charming hole in the wall. It was busy even at...More
From the unfriendly staff to the extensive list of offerings that were not available and seating for only 8, this was a surprisingly negative experience. Based on other reviews, we expected more. Thanks but no thanks. With all the good alternatives in the area, don't...More
This very small place is tucked in a small space on the 700 block of Post Street. My companion and I met for breakfast there. There was not a plethora of options but the two items we ate were excellent. Very limited seating - a...More