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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
Special Events & Promotions:
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The Farm House Ratings and Reviews
So I came to this place with my parents, both have very simple palates, but do enjoy good food and service. My first issue was that my mom asked the server for a Sangria, he said they did not have them, which is fine (even though a fully stocked bar is visible when you walk in), but definitely didn't bother to ask the bartender or even suggest something similar to it that they may have. Next, my dad asked the server for suggestions on the menu, he asked if any of the items had a sauce or gravy. The server gave him a very condescending "ummm I don't guess so.. I mean..the ragout definitely isn't a sauce..." and told him two other items that don't have sauce. Great help there buddy! My dad ordered the steak. It arrives, he asks for some steak sauce, which I understand, people frown upon, but hey, he is the one paying for the meal, let him eat his steak how he pleases. Of course, they don't have anything, but I find it hard to believe they don't have any type of sauce or anything that he could possibly suggest to appease him. His attitude was very snooty and was probably the most unaccommodating server I've ever had, and I have been to a lot of restaurants in Nashville. Aside from the server, the food was mediocre. Had the food been superb, I may have given the place another chance. I had a bite of my parents steak which was good, but definitely not the best I've had. I had the porchetta, which was completely overcooked. The outside was so overdone I couldn't cut it with a knife. Overall, I admire their "everything made from scratch and locally sourced" idea, it was just very poorly executed on our visit. I think the place has potential and has a neat atmosphere, just missed their mark.
Went for Mother's Day Brunch. Unfortunately, and nothing to do with the restaurant, the access to the front door was a little hard to get to due to construction across the street. We were seated promptly and assisted quickly by a very nice waitress.
The brunch menu was a little sparse and fairly disappointing. It seemed pretty expensive for what we had to eat. We asked for a second cup of coffee and were informed that it was $3.00 per cup extra. The coffee was great but the extra charge seemed to come out of nowhere. My wife asked for jam to put on her biscuit and that cost us another $1.00. I know everything was made fresh and sourced locally so that may be the reason for the extra charges, but it just seemed a little too much. The food was good; not necessarily great, but good.
Overall the service was great, food was good, ambience was nice, menu lacked choices, was a little over-priced and the extra nicks for coffee and jam were weird. But I liked the local sourcing of the food and might consider going back to try their dinner menu. But only if I know ahead of time what they are serving.
Our Uber driver told us about this place and we decided to give it a try since we had one night without a reservation somewhere. I'm glad we did! It was our favorite restaurant during our 3 day visit (and we hit all the popular ones). The food was fresh, delicious and flavorful. Oddly enough, the bread plate was a huge hit with us four ladies. Since we don't really eat bread it was even more amazing, and I highly recommend ordering it. As well as the Tuna and Beet app, the steak entree and the rhubarb pie for dessert.
The Farm House delivers well-executed dishes prepared with locally sourced food; everything made in house, including the ketchup and pickles. We particularly enjoyed the oysters - small, lightly cornmeal crusted and fried, served on a plate with spicy rouille, house potato chips, pickles, and sprouts. The cornbread (a family recipe) is delectable - especially with the sweetened whipped butter.
The Farm House has an upscale casual city vibe, appealing to a sophisticated palate. It strikes just the right cord with a wide range of diners.
You were recommended by friends who had eaten there a week earlier and we weren't disappointed. The food was fantastic ! Even though we ordered two (2) small plates, the trout (which we split) , the chocolate cake and two (2) glasses of wine we didn't feel overstuffed. It was fresh and amazing. Our waiter Mike was great, always checking on us and gave us good choices. He also recommended a place for us to eat for the next night that had music and thanks to him we had a fun evening. I've already recommended you to my doctor who will be attending a medical conference in the near future in Nashville . Thanks for a great experience !
If you are into a contemporary interpretation of southern cuisine, this place is for you. I had dinner here on a Saturday evening - it was a bit loud, but still great, nonetheless. The food was super: definitely recommend the rib-eye steak and the pierogies (I come from a slavic background, so these were pretty good). The men would totally enjoy the food experience here. I was not a fan of the layout, but what can I do...
First time eating here and went before a downtown concert. Wine list and alcohol are only from United States so didn't have what we normally drink but bartender make recommendations that were good. Chicken wings were probably the best we have had in a while. Triple seared strip was cooked perfectly. We will definitely return to this restaurant.
My second time there. First time a few years ago I went I fell in love with the place, but what a vastly different experience this time. Waiter didn't seem overly friendly but beyond that, the meal was such a disappointment. I never complain about meals at restaurant. I'm about as easy going and agreeable as you can get but my meal was not enjoyable. Ribeye steak was ridiculously salty. Just terrible. I couldn't even finish it (and I'm an avid meat eater). Fingerling potatoes were cold and bland. My wife's meal of scallops was also very salty. Hopefully it was just a 1-off because as I said, first time I went a few years ago I loved this place. I talked it up big time to my wife so to have this experience this time around was disappointing.
Truly one of Nashville's Hidden Gem. Hopefully the exterior of he Bridgestone building will get completed so the covered walkway can be removed and you actually see the restaurant. Some of the best food at any restaurant in Nashville. Today we had the Sunday brunch, and do not forget the cinnamon roll. It is made to order and well worth the wait ( hint order it when you order your meal and it will be out for dessert). Would have gone back for dinner except they are only open until 2 on Sunday.
The Farm House was good, but don't be in a hurry. We noticed when we arrived for our reservation for Sunday Brunch that a bunch of tables were seated, but no one had food. We quickly placed a drink order and an appetizer, the drinks came out quickly and the appetizer took about 15 -20 minutes. WE placed our meal order when our drinks came and the meal arrived about 25 minutes later. The portions were a good size and I felt the pricing was fair. If you are looking for a place to have a leisurely Brunch this is your place.
The wait staff and food were exceptional. The staff was knowledgeable about the menu and offered excellent suggestions hat we followed. We will definitely return. In fact, we have already recommended The Farm House to family who will visit Nashville in the next few weeks.
I have been to the Farm House before and had a great meal but was very disappointed with my experience this time. The appetizer of fried green tomatoes was good but my trout entree was so salty! And I love salt, so for me to say it was inedible due to salt is unheard of. The waitress offered to send it back but I couldn't imagine eating another bite. The roasted strawberry ice cream was a good dessert and made the meal better but paying $28 for an entree I only ate 1/4 of was not a good value. Will not be returning.
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