Friend Of A Farmer is well-known around town for brunch. I had never eaten here before, but I will certainly go back after our Thanksgiving meal. The restaurant had three seatings on Thanksgiving Day - 12:30, 3:30, and 5:30. My parents and I had reservations for the 3:30 meal. I don't think reservations are a must during the rest of the year, but on Thanksgiving they filled all the spots in all three of their seatings.
The restaurant has two floors and it is very charming. It looks like an old country inn and there is a nice fireplace on the second floor. The inside had been decorated with gourds and fall leaves. There were also lots of farm antiques hanging on the walls. The space was us...Read More