Sometimes you just want that country vibe: birds chirping, chickens clucking in the background, the smell of earth, and air all around you. This farm restaurant in Phoenix gives you that quaint country feeling. And it's all without requiring you to rent out a dude ranch or travel super far.
The Farm at South Mountain is a true hidden gem in the Valley. With rows of pecan, orange, and grapefruit trees, you'll feel like you're lost in a fairy tale.
The chicken coop and huge garden make it seem like you're in some amazing backyard in the countryside.
With three different restaurants on the ranch, you'll have plenty of options to choose from. Each one serves up incredible farm-to-table eats.
You know your food is going to be amazing when you can see where they're growing it from where you sit.
Morning Glory Cafe is in the back of the property and dishes up some super delicious breakfast and brunch. Their seasonal omelets and fresh pastries are seriously good.
The Farm Kitchen is right when you enter the farm in an adorable little building. This counter-serve space has sandwiches, soups, and salads.
The last restaurant, Quiessence, is in the back as well and specializes in fine dining with a focus on sustainable and local food. This is the only indoor seating spot that's inside an old historic home, giving you major cozy feels.
There are always tons of events happening here too. From weddings and birthday parties to gardening and yoga classes, this spot hosts a lot of fun stuff.
Check out their schedule of events if you want to try something new in this adorable space!
Most of the seating is outside at picnic tables, so dogs are allowed at both Morning Glory Cafe and The Farm Kitchen.
Once you're done eating, take a walk around the gardens to see what kind of produce they're growing. And take some home to go for an additional fee.
This spot makes for a great brunch date with friends or with your SO. Plus, it's a fun place to spend a few hours on a sunny afternoon.
The Farm At South Mountain
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Address: 6106 S. 32nd St., Phoenix, AZ
Why You Need To Go: Have some amazing fresh-grown food at this adorable farm in Phoenix.