The Farm at South Mountain, Phoenix, Arizona

6016 S 32nd St, Phoenix, Arizona

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Submitted by: Jamie V.

The farm is fun place you can take the kids and sit on a bench it or can be romantic breakfast for 2 - fell in love with the fresh yogurt/gr...

Submitted by: Melissa T.

I'd heard of this place time and time again. So I finally thought I'd give it a whirl. When you're driving there from the fwy, you think you're in the wrong place: industrial, low income homes, etc. But when you drive in you feel like you're some place else,not a big city like Phoenix. There are two restaurants to choose from. But since everyone seemed to crowd to the one at the end of the road, so did I. Don't go w/heels or nice shoes. There is no pavement or set pathway. You will step on rocks, dirt, possibly mud and wood chips. I guess it adds to the 'feel'. There is a quaint little gift shop, and the art coordinator, Carol is very sweet and helpful. The food was good. I mean, to know you are eating fresh...

Submitted by: Joellen M.

I have wanted to go here for brunch for a long time.  Finally made it there this past weekend.  Great setting -- so pretty and unique and reminds that Phoenix can be awesome. I arrived at 11:30 and had a 20 minute wait. No big as it gave me time to walk the grounds.  Was seated, odered the ham & cheese omelletee with home fries.  Food took about 30 minutes, again no biggie but something to be aware of if you are hungry and/or with children. Food was dropped off with not much fan fare.  Immedietly I saw a black hair sticking out of the fries.  Eww and Hello!  Did no one see this?  Ate the omelette, was very good but found two more very long black hairs intertwined in the fries.  It was gross.  One hair falls ...

Submitted by: Veronica G.

I love this place!!! This brown bag sandwich, salad, and soup place is soooo good. Although a little pricey ($15 pp sandwich+drink), it's worth every penny. You will know what I mean when you sit down at a picnic table in the sun, under huge pecan trees. If you have kids ...

Submitted by: Kelly M.

A really cool experience.  Located on a large property that takes you instantly from the city into this quaint goodness of organic gardens and Pecan trees.  It's a dining-out experience, so the best time to go is on ...

Submitted by: Don L.

Really great bfast and beaut...

Submitted by: Melissa W.

4 stars because when the weather is good in the Valley, we should be outdoors eating in a shaded pecan grove... rather than playing on the Wii or walking inside ...

Submitted by: Dawn W.

Haven't eaten at the farms restaurant. We went on Mothers Day and the menu seemed a bit pricey. But, we did shop at the farmers market (bought bread and some produce.) Then we sat down on the picnic tables and had a wonderful brunch eating what we had purchased at the market. There is a neat art studio towards the back of the farm. Staff was very ...

Submitted by: Anne W.

We've always loved going to the farm for breakfast on the weekends.  There's always a wait, but you couldn't ask for a better place to wait!  We let the kids run around, the dog gets to walk, we stop and chat with Maya over at the farm stand, buy some things to plant in the garden.... pretty much a perfect morning if you ask me! It seems though, that the food just isn't what it used to be.  On our most recent visit, my husband's omelette had hardly any cheese in it, the french toast that our girls shared wasn't that great, and the "apple butter" it came with wasn't really apple butter.  Maybe it's an east coast thing that people don't know about out here, but apple butter doesn't contain butter at all.  Not ...

Submitted by: lauren h.

The Farm at South Mountain is a splendid little slice of the country- right here in the middle of the desert! The plentiful green grass spotted with picnic tables makes me want to plan a family reunion. There are gardens and walkways to explore. From first glance, The Farm is a quaint, family-run farmhouse. Visit Morning Glory Cafe for breakfast and you won't be disappointed. I've personally enjoyed the Morning Glory Benedict on several occasions, while my brother is a big fan of the Farm Monte Cristo. Both dishes are made with as many local ingredients as possible... mmm... local-icious. The Farm Monte Cristo is about as close as any breakfast food gets to "groin-grabbingly delicious." (a la Homer Simpson) ...

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