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About The Farm House
The Farm House, reflects the 15 year dream of Chef Cioccia and offers traditional Southern cuisine with modern technique and fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. Former executive chef of Cantina Laredo and sous chef of Capitol Grille, Trey Cioccia is now the owner and executive chef of The Farm House, where he will create unique dishes, offer sophisticated service and share the flavors and culture he grew up with. Located at street-level of the Encore building, the interior of the restaurant will keep with the traditional Southern theme sourcing handmade reclaimed wood tables, Tennessee heirlooms and warm, modern lighting. Dishes consisting of house-cured meats and local ingredients, along with high-quality bourbon cocktails will be available to guests.
Nashville, TN 37201
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Happy Hour (at the bar only): Monday-Friday 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Lunch: Tuesday-Friday 11:00am - 2:00pm
Sunday brunch - 10:00am - 2:00pm
$30 and under
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We offer our Private Dining Room and Full Restaurant Buyouts, we are limited to chef's seasonal menus and any selections must be made from his offerings based on what is in season from his farm and farmers.
Valet is available, as well as public pay lots near our location
The city's complimentary transit passes to our area from both routes, map can be found here. http://www.nashvillemta.org/Nashville-MTA-Music-City-Circuit.asp
Private Party Facilities:
Our private dining area seats 24 people.
More about our place:
A rustic space, with heirloom touches from Trey's own family. In keeping with the down-home feel, the 24 seat space will feature handmade accents, Tennessee heirlooms and warm, modern lighting. Cioccia’s mother, Pam Cashman is lead designer in the entire process. Our Private Dining Space is available Mon, Tues and Wed. Food and Beverage minimum plus applicable TN state/local taxes and 20% gratuity apply. The menu can be selected from our current seasonal menu or limited based on the groups preference. Please alert the Chef, at time of booking, of any food allergies.
Private Party Contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org: (615) 522-0688
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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The Farm House Ratings and Reviews
The menu was a bit too 'out there' for myself and associates. From outside, the restaurant looked like a continuation of its neighboring restaurant, Etch. But, they are actually totally different in food and ambiance. For an unusual menu, you might want to try it but as visitors to Nashville, it was the least popular of the several restaurants we dined during our 3-night, 4-day stay. The cornbread and special butter was delicious, the trout ok. Our guest didn't care for the pork tenderloin and the pappardelle was ok. The trout and pork dishes had a similar mix of beans etc. that was too salty. It's not that any dish we had was poor quality, just the style of seasoning and noisy environment didn't appeal that much to our group of four.
We were just underwhelmed. Our food came out so fast I almost thought we were at the diner down the block. We ordered 6 small plates and they basically arrived backwards - pasta first then salad and finally snacks - almost all at once. And nothing had any real WOW flavor. The best items were the beignets and our daily flavor ice cream. Otherwise the seats aren’t terribly comfy but the tables are cool and it was lacking any great vibe. Overall just...eh. The staff was extremely friendly and their wine list while small was sufficient.
My wife and I ate here for our anniversary. We made reservations, but due to Nashville traffic, we did not make it until 1.5 hrs late. They were very understanding and seated us upon arrival. Our waitress was very knowledgeable about the menu and very fun to talk with. It has a great atmosphere. We ordered the mussels, a seasonal pop tart, and a dessert (some sort of cake in a small skillet) with a side of pecan and coffee flavored ice cream. EVERYTHING was delicious. Even the cabbage that came on the side with the pop tart was extremely good. The only issue that I had was that there was not much of a domestic beer selection but an extensive wine, craft beer, and mixed drink options. I'm more of a standard beer guy but the mixed drinks turned out to be pretty good.
Heard great things about this place so we went for lunch. Unfortunately they only had a brunch menu available. The choices were limited but settled on pancakes. One was straight up burnt on one side, the other was not fully cooked through but thankfully the 3rd was perfect. The service was good and the restaurant was nicely decorated but their brunch menu needs some work.
Very disappointing. We ordered our food and from the beginning started to worry about the service. Drinks didn't come until we asked after 10 minutes where they were. Never received refills and had to ask for more water. Appetizer took 20 minutes to arrive. After nearly an hour, we had to ask where the entree was, only to be told by the waiter that he wasn't sure why it was taking so long. Never received it. Finally canceled order. Still had to pay for the appetizer. Shallow apology from the manager with no real offer to make it right. Would not recommend under any circumstance.
This was our first visit to the Farm House. We were pleasantly surprised. All food is made from scratch from ingredients sourced from within the US. We had the pimiento cheese beignets were an amazing starter. After that we elected to share several small plates (fried quail, gnocchi, lamb tamales and heirloom tomatoes). Everything was amazing! We will definitely return.
I went to Farmhouse with group of friends for brunch. For the most part we all loved our food. Two standouts were the tomato pie and the Arepas. My husband got the King which was overly charred and smoky tasting. Between the charred pork belly and the smoked PB, it was too much smoke taste for us. Another of our group got "All of the sides" which she said tasted good but were all room temp or colder. Overall, I would go back, but would probably avoid those dishes.
Went with a friend and we brought our daughters with us for dinner before the symphony. Hostess was so kind. Service from Erin (I believe 😬) was incredible. He was super knowledgeable and gave great suggestions for us since we had not been there before. We tried most everything we could fit in our stomachs! Will be back for sure! Loved everything about this place 😍🙌
Great cocktails. Bar tenders were really friendly and accommodating. Food was good too. Service was very slow and inattentive. The table next to us sat down after us and had all their food before we did. Clearly our waiter had forgotten about us. Since they ordered some of the same food, I am convinced they received ours. Overall I would go back and would recommend. Can't fault the whole restaurant on one bad waiter.
Wait staff was great, and the food was amazing. I was visiting from out of state and wasn't disappointed. The only problem (the restaurant can't control) there isn't a street sign on either end of the street, so finding the restaurant is a little challenging.
Salty. Both the service and the meal. Kitchen staff smoked right outside the front door. We were there early for a show at the Ryman and without people, the restaurant has no soul. Our waiter told me about his favorite dish, sold me on it and never came back to check to see if I enjoyed it. I pushed it aside and it was taken away without question. He was not very welcoming, rather sarcastic and told me I should have told him I didn't like my meal. Then the manager came over and told me that he could bring me something else; however we had tickets to the Ryman and it was WAY too late. A proper thing to do would have been to not charge me for it or offer a cocktail, bring over a dessert or something and not ask me what to do. So, he went outside and had a cigarette. Not the most professional - my friend thought her food was ok. Also did not think the server was someone we'd ask for again. The next night, we went to Etch right next door. See my review for that instead pre or post show, you'll be glad you did.
Awsomesauce... not to be missed! The freshness of the food in the preparation is tasty beyond compare! From the cornbread to the fish to the pork tenderloin... delicious beyond compare. And don't miss the cookie sundae for dessert.
Owners are working in tandem with the diners and leave it to Marcus to "surprise" you by picking your meal like I did!
I'm not a tough grader, but I have nothing good to say about this place. We arrived early for a 7pm reservation to have a drink. That was a mistake as we were seated 45 minutes late. At the bar they had appetizer specials, but we're out of some of them and it was only 6:30. Finally get a table, waiter introduced himself and disappears for 30 more minutes. We finally flagged another waiter to find him and got some wine. Short menu, but 3 or 4 items not available. They weren't taking anyone without reservations so not sure why we had to wait over an hour to get started and they were out of so many things. I had the hanger steak which was basically all grisel on undressed greens. When they say farm to table, it seemed like it went from farm to table without preparation. I could go on about what else we tried, but none of it was worthy of an upscale restaurant. The final straw was when we asked for sparkling water and they were out of that too. At this point you would think the waiter would have comped us our next glass of wine or desert, but he seemed oblivious to how bad the service was. Don't waste your money.
Creative, delicious and fun with absolutely everything (down to the ketchup!) made in house. The best of local and seasonal. Do not miss the Pop Tart of the Day, described by our server as a "classy hot pocket", which on that day was the finest reinterpretation of a Cuban you could ever imagine. The house made mustard alone was worth the trip.
The entire staff knew the menu inside and out, took pride in food and were extremely professional in the most warm and casual way possible. On top of it all, it's very reasonable for this type of dining. Happy hour bar menu, drinks and menu are an exceptional value.
We arrived early, and managed to squeeze the four of us around the only two open seats at a bar I wished was larger. We were then taken to our table and well cared for by the wait staff. The food was innovative, fun and tasty. We all ordered from the small plates and enjoyed more of them than not. Winners were the Cuban pork pop tart, sweet/sour pig's ears, pimento cheese beignets, succotash and barbacoa sliders. The gnocchi, lamb tamale, and desserts were underwhelming, but all in all, we enjoyed our evening there and would return again.
This was my second time to eat at The Farm House. I took my sister (who had never been) prior to attending a concert at Bridgestone. She was a little confused as she is not a foodie like me and did not know the food items. We ordered 4 appetizers to share. Next time I will order one meal and a few appetizers to share to allow for more food.
Wonderful service and food. This was off the beaten path downtown, which was perfect for a more quiet night out in Nashville. The menu offers were unique and tailored to the season, which I loved and I liked that the farms providing many of the ingredients were vibrantly displayed.. Will definitely be back next time I'm in Nashville.
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