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About Harvest at Homestead
With influences that build on Southern basics but swayed by culinary traditions spanning kitchens across the world, Harvest at Homestead dishes are bold in both flavor and technique. The seasonal menus promote our chefs’ individualism and ability to turn a nostalgic dish into a modern rendition--creating rich, layered plates brought to life through fresh produce that our on-site organic gardens, and neighboring farms, yield.
The Harvest culinary team pulls from Tennessee culture--and from our inherited legacy of culinary generosity--to bring friends & family together over expertly executed dishes. This is the Marshall’s take on a farm-to-fork restaurant that curates fine food from ingredients plucked straight from our backyard plots.
Thompson's Station, TN 37179
Contemporary Southern, Southern, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
*Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am-3:00pm
Please note the Glass House Bar is first come, first seat, 18+
Thompson's Station Rd.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
For catering inquiries, please contact us directly at email@example.com
Parking Lot onsite.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Cigar Room, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Harvest at Homestead Ratings and Reviews
This was our 1st visit. Had heard good things about it. Not very festive decor for Christmas time. Some people were taken on a tour but this was never offered to us even though we were clearly interested in the ‘rooms’ while we waited for our table. The only Chardonnay they serve is Puckett’s labeled. Not good and arrived warm. Several other types are only offered as a Puckett’s label. The dinner menu is very limited. My husband ordered the filet with oyster and shiitake mushroom gratin and mashed potatoes. He said it was very good. We never saw a mushroom. I settled on the fried chicken out of default. The waitress told us all the veggies were grown on the property and root veggies were the harvest choice so I ordered them with my chicken. The veggies I got were green beans, zucchini and yellow squash! Good but obviously not ‘root’ or local in December. The chicken portion was large. It was just ok. I’ve had better at Kroger! Also, they cover it with a sweet sauce I didn’t care for. I think they are trying too hard to be different. Trying too hard to live up to some ideal and falling very short of it all. This did not come close to expectations and it is a pricey night out to be so dissatisfied. Not sure they will last in our competitive restaurant environment.
WE WERE CELEBRATING THE ENGAGEMENT OF OUR SON, TO THE MOST AMAZING DAUGHTER-IN-LAW TO BE. THE RESTAURANT WAS SO GREAT--WE HAD OUR 4 YEAR OLD GRANDSON AND HE WASN'T TOO EXCITED TO SIT DOWN TO EAT. THE WAITRESS MADE SURE WE WERE ALL COMFORTABLE. VERY ATTENTIVE AND GREAT FOOD.
I have been there before and was very disappointed this time. It was not very decorated for Christmas. The service was lousy and the food is way overpriced. I had a reservation for December 23 and cancelled it. I plan on going somewhere with more holiday spirit.
I took my boyfriend for his birthday and we were set on the filet. Unfortunately they were out which was disappointing and rather hard to understand. We picked this restaurant just for this as we have been there before and it was incredible. Instead we got the stuffed chop and trout. Good but not outstanding. The trout was mediocre. Our server was excellent however and brought free dessert which included delicious ice cream.
Great experience! New to the area and first time at the Homestead. We enjoyed a cocktail in the bar to start... a great venue. Glass enclosed structure located behind the historical house. Nice ambience with super service. Look forward to returning and having oven fired pizza and beer in a casual atmosphere. We actually had reservations in the main house and were seated promptly in the “library”. How quaint! Jacob was our server and was superb. An enjoyable and delicious experience all the way around. We passed on Jacob’s historical tour of the home but hear he does a really nice job of it and will seek him out next time! A little on the expensive side but well worth the price. Highly recommend!
Server was excellent. Food delivery, correctness, and quality were all great. Good variety in offerings in all categories. Hard surfaces in the rooms increase the level of noise, so conversation at neighboring table was noticable. Overall excellent experience.
My wife requested Harvest at Homestead for her birthday dinner. The restaurant known as a farm-to-table restaurant, which gives them greater control over their offerings. We were both happy with the meals, the environment and the service. We at at night so I can't attest to the scenery of the grounds. The facility itself is in an historic building. We ate in the library. Food was very good. Their Manhattan included port. Good taste but it was a bit sryupy.
We will visit again.
Not a typical setting or menu. A special experience but somewhat priced that way. The history of the building and ambiance add to the experience. This is a farm to table place so the menu may change. We try to visit a couple times each year and enjoy taking friends from out of town who want a good southern experience.
We met friends for dinner as I had built the food as so good after we had attending a financial MTG there and we fell in love with the chicken and trout. After our return visit the only item that was not to our liking was the appetizer of biscuits. They seem like they had been sitting around for awhile. Otherwise everything else was a wonderful experience.
I didn't feel the price matched the quality of the items. The food was a bit bland and the waitress seemed a bit frazzled and unsure of the menu items. Everything was cooked fine, but I didn't see much choice.
I did not look at the wine list. This would be a neat place to take someone new in town, for brunch or something small. The bar area was nice and that would be more pleasing to me. They did have a happy hour.
We brought friends visiting the South from Alaska. The Food was delicious . And the servers were excellent. Even willing to go to the garden for a fresh tomato for us. They were also gracious enough to give a tour of the house after dinner. We would definitely recommend this restaurant
Restaurant closed on Monday; we dined as a special get together on Tuesday evening. While their menu is small and is noted to change daily, they did not have many of the entrees on the menu. Whether or not a restaurant is going to be open or closed any day of the week, it should have the items that it lists on its menu, especially if it is the next day open after being closed.
The steak was unevenly grilled, and the braised rabbit came as a pasta dish with a bare minimum of rabbit, like a tablespoon of shredded meat if that--you had to look hard to find it. They were also out of wines, and there was no bread offered to the table as part of dining. I waitress was nice and the happy hour offered half off drinks. Overall, it was disappointing and my recommendation to others would be to save your money and go elsewhere.
We are big Harvest fans, BUT....... this meal gave us serious pause about going back. The new Fall menu was already rather limited, and 86'ing 2 of the items -- with no soup of the day -- at 7:30 on a Saturday night made it so much the worse. The kitchen forgot to brine the whiskey-brined fried chicken, resulting in an additional 20-minute wait (as if 20 minutes in brine makes any appreciable difference in the dish). The normally top-notch service was abnormally slow and inattentive on a night where the crowd was hardly overwhelming. My Ham and Cheese plate was dropped off sans the ham and sourdough toast points. My Whiskey Smash tasted just like a weak bourbon and water. My wife and daughter's pizzas were good, but overall we were all disappointed. Comping my Ham & Cheese plate didn't help much. We'll probably frequent Circa until Harvest gets their act back together.
This is a very unique space.The home and the grounds are gorgeous. Our server was very knowledgeable about the history of the home and the significance of the different rooms and decorum. However, the dinner service was just ok at best. They were out of the first 2 entree items that we attempted to order at 6:30 in the evening. The bottle of wine we purchased was listed as a 2014 on the wine menu, but it was really a 2015. The manager was curt and unfriendly. Steak was served without the appropriate cutlery and ice cream served without any cutlery at all. We waited several minutes both times for a staff member to pass the table so that we could request silverware. The peach salad was drowning in dressing and had a crazy amount of cheese on it (and I LOVE cheese!) and without the advertised almonds. I definitely feel it is worth another visit...maybe it was just an off night? We will give it one more try.
Absolutely love this place!! It is beyond beautiful and the staff is always so friendly and attentive. The food is amazing and the menu changes with the seasons. I would highly recommend this place. We just had family visiting from out of town and we took them here for dinner and drinks. They can’t stop talking about it. The history of this house is worth a visit as well. One of my favorite restaurants!!
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