The Farm House

Row 1

Details
210 Almond St (3rd & Demonbruen)
Nashville, TN 37201
(615) 522-0690
American, Southern / Soul, New American
$ $
Hours
Mon, Sat: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM Tue–Fri: 11:00 AM–2:30 PM Sun: 10:30 AM–2:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The Farm House takes its locally sourced aesthetic seriously, bringing in produce and proteins from all over Tennessee. Signature dishes are the pork belly agnolotti and the short rib.
  • Chef Owned all local farms on local plates! Everything is in our U. S. Borders!
  • Omgoodness! Everything is so good! :^) I recommend the pork chop with the TN White cheddar mac and cornbread with pork butter. Mmmm! Finish it with a peanut butter ice cream sandwich! So good! Mmmm!
  • Totally awesome- our favorite dinner in Nashville. Try the ribeye, pop-tart (trust us!), corn bread, everything was excellent!
  • Amazing! Try the pimento cheese beignets! Mike the waiter rocked!
  • brunch at 10:30am. Server recommended we start with Bloody Mary's. Sounds good but then she asked us 50+ year olds for ID's. Huh come again? She couldn't serve us so the manager came over. Same story
  • Southern Remedy = one of the best cocktails I've ever had.
  • Cornbread.
  • Bologna sandwich. That is all.
  • Loved our dinner here. We started with whiskey & bubbly cocktails, appetizers (pig ears!), a bottle of bubbly and the seasonal entrees. Just go with the flow and be open to interesting combos!
  • Everything was delicious and the atmosphere was cool.
  • You can't go wrong no matter what you get. The menu has a very unique, but absolute delicious spin on southern food.
  • Locally grown & sourced foods, homemade ice cream in unique flavors
  • Great portions. Great flavors. If Demarco is serving request him!!!
  • Good service and better food paired with the right brew make for an excellent fine dining experience. A little pricey, but worth the cost.
  • Our favorites were the Barbeque Biscuit, Hot Chicken with Biscuit Puree, and the Cobia with Asiago Citrus Broth.
  • We loved the Hot House Bologna Sandwich served with fries and house-made ketchup for lunch, but the items served on the dinner menu blew us away.
  • Love this restaurant! Deviled eggs and cornbread are a must, the Bologna Sandwich was really good, just ordered the smoked cherry pie.
  • Deviled Eggs were terrible - grainy and dry filling. The Hot Chicken was not hot at all! It was just a baked chicken breast with a mild sauce on it. And Biscuit Pure?!!! Gross.
  • Don't be scurred of the pickled eggs. There's no, I repeat, no taste of smoked trout.