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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:
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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
We were on a mother’s weekend getaway and opted to try this place to get outside of the normal Nashville food types. We were not disappointed. The food was delicious and the service was impeccable. The server knew the menu a dwas able to answer all questions. We were with a vegetarian and she was able to have many options from the menu.
A great comfortable cozy but inviting place, perfect for before concert dinners when attending the Schermerhorn. Love that you can make reservations on Open Table so you do not have to worry about being late for your concert. The food is all top notch, I had the fabulous roast beef which was fall apart tender. I always ask for the best recommendation from the server and it is always great. Highly recommend. Too pricey for everyday, but perfect for concerts and special occasions because the great farm to table perfectly seasoned meals are definitely worth the price.
The bartender, Adam, is a genius with cocktails - skip the wine and try one of his creations! He truly cares about his job and was a pleasure to chat with.
Our service was excellent and we are still talking about the food. The seasonal (fall) pop tart was to die for as were the barbaqoa sliders with slaw. The Farmhouse serves unbelievably good food with amazing service in a beautiful setting!
Do not waste your time going to this restaurant. We waited 30 minutes for them to bring the appetizer - cornbread. When we asked about it, our server indicated that it was in the oven, and would have to come out with the meal. Strangely, it came out before (after another 10 minutes). The steaks, which are allegedly hand-cut to order were thin ad pathetic looking. They were salted so heavily, even my Husband (who is a big salt-eater) could not eat the meat. We gave it back and left.
Very disappointing. I had kept seeing it on fb and thought it would be good to try. I won a gift certificate for $100 and thought it would be good for our anniversary. We knew the menu was limited, which should mean the food would be perfect - not. The seasonal pop tart, flaky pastry with unknown filling( server thought it may be corned beef) looked great but 3/4 of the pastry was raw. I pointed this out to the server who said that moisture from filling causes the sogginess. She did report it to the kitchen because someone did come out, look at it, and it was taken off the bill.
Before I could finish the edible parts of the pop tart, the servers came out with the main course! This is supposed to be finer dining, not fast food. I had the trout with a mix of black eyed peas and ?. the trout was bland and the peas were in a tasteless liquid. I really didn't want liquid with trout! It came with a slice of toasted bread. My husband enjoyed his dishes, but not enough to go back. He had the gnocchi, and then pork belly. I can't say the presentation of either was appealing. His pork was very rare. We didn't think pork should be served rare but at this point we were done with fussing, and trusted the chef to not serve something that would make us sick. It didn't. We had 3 glasses of wine - good, and the bill before the deduction of the poptart came to over $130. Definitely not worth that, not sure where that can be justified. 5oz, trout, black eyed peas and a slice of bread?? We were very disappointed, for ourselves and for the Chef. I can't see this restaurant surviving in a competitive place such as Nashville.
We made the reservation for 4 people around 3pm that day and then called to increase to 6 people within 10 minutes - we were told no problem at all. About 30 minutes before we arrived the restaurant called to tell us they could only accommodate 4 of us. After a bit of an argument, they finally said they would find a way to seat all 6 of us. The told us we better not be late or they would cancel us. It was a very rude and stressful conversation.
So we arrive promptly at 6:30 and the restaurant was basically empty. Service was a touch slow but very friendly. Absolutely no pressure to rush through our meal. We were there until almost 10pm, spent $600, and really had a fantastic time. When we left, the restaurant was half empty. Every table was full from about 7pm to maybe 8:30pm. Apparently, people eat quickly around here...
In the end, we had a great business meal. Outstanding beer, appetizers and lots of interesting dishes. Everyone really enjoyed the place. If not for the rude phone call from the restaurant, it would have been perfect. Clearly, somebody there just doesn't understand customer service.
I love the seasonal touches to the menu and cannot recommend the poptart enough! Yes, a poptart and it's my favorite thing Chef Trey has there. I also am a hard sell on gnocchi and I believe that it couldn't have been cooked more perfectly. The food is rich and indulgent without being so heavy that you can't make it to dessert. The staff is very knowledgeable and this is definitely a place to go to if you like a good cocktail made with fresh juices and herbs! I would suggest it to the more adventurous eater as there are Italian twists on Southern specialties that makes this truly a unique dining experience.
The good news about The Farm is the food: well-prepared, well-presented, tasty and creative. Unfortunately, the service was painfully slow, and I do mean slow. 45 minutes after our order was taken, the server told me that they were out of the dish I had ordered. All told, we were in the restaurant for 2 hours. Much of this was spent waiting to have our orders taken or waiting for our food; there was no rhythm to the service at all. I wish my experience had been better, but I would definitely hesitate to try this place again.
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.
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