The Farm at South Mountain, Phoenix

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The Farm at South Mountain in Phoenix offers a nearby escape from the city with canopies of pecan trees and acres of grass lawns. Affectionately named “Best Local Treasure” by The Arizona Republic, the Farm offers organic gardens, three award-winning restaurants, a modern market, a learning garden with Aquaponics, and health & wellness retreat.
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  • Always exceptional. I was introduced to this restaurant at a business dinner, but have come back for many special occasions. The chef’s creations are ingenious. Just get as many courses as you afford....  more
    Always exceptional. I was introduced to this restaurant at a business dinner, but have come back for many special occasions. The chef’s creations are ingenious. Just get as many courses as you afford....  more »
  • Farm to table for all of us! There’s a variety of sandwiches, salads, soups, beverages, and desserts. Prices are moderate. You pay and they give you a prepackaged salad and large bowl to mix it... 
    Farm to table for all of us! There’s a variety of sandwiches, salads, soups, beverages, and desserts. Prices are moderate. You pay and they give you a prepackaged salad and large bowl to mix it...  more »
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  • What a great experience! I brought my wife here for her bday. She spends a lot of time on a barn with her horse, but lobes anything barn/farm related. It is a very cute environment and I love the idea of eating food from the source. I got the crispy pork belly tacos and my wife got the smoked salmon omelette. We also shared a delicious blue cornbread muffin. The pork belly was delicious and crispy, but I needed every bit of the sauce provided because it was a little dry. The cold brew press coffee was amazing, must try if you're a coffee person. I went on a Saturday morning at 8 am and didn't wait very long. Fortunately it was cloudy, because it was quite warm outside. Makes sense they close for a summer hiatus. I can see this being a fantastic place for breakfast with friends or maybe even a nice breakfast date! I will be coming back to try the other offerings at the farm.
  • First time eating here. Great outdoor place to grab brunch or lunch. Beautiful February day! Lots of picnic tables spread out. Many people in line not masked but I still felt safe. Had the chiliaquiles with pork and over easy egg. Delicious. Thumbs up from others that had the French toast and Japanese loaded potato with slab of brisket. Bloody Marys and mimosas appropriately strong. Great place to take winter visitors from cold climes for a "picnic" brunch/ lunch.

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