Farmstead restaurant showcases the seasonal, ingredient-driven American farmhouse cooking of executive chef Stephen Barber.
Housed in a former nursery barn, our 110-seat restaurant is a casual, social culinary hub revolving around a central open kitchen with booth and central seating, community dining, and a full bar.
We feature an authentic farm-to-table menu highlighting local, sustainable and organic ingredients at their peak freshness.
The ingredients are sourced from local purveyors, featuring Long Meadow Ranch's all-natural grass-fed beef, vegetables, extra virgin olive oil, and honey.
Possessing a substantial background in Southern cooking styles, Stephen emphasizes a wood-burning element for select dishes, including wood roasted grass fed marrow bones with beet and parsley salad; wood grilled Pacific Cod with house made sausage, clams and potatoes; and brick-roasted Petaluma chicken with flageolet beans, greens and lemon.
Stephen's kitchen at Farmstead restaurant is also outfitted with a plancha, a cast-iron grill, ideal for searing Long Meadow Ranch’s healthy, tender, and flavorful grass-fed beef.
The wine program at Farmstead restaurant features Long Meadow Ranch’s elegant and balanced wines, as well as other domestic and international wines selected by Chris Hall to complement the restaurant’s American farmhouse cooking.
The appealing wine list is attractively priced over producers’ wholesale prices. Similarly, there is no corkage fee at Farmstead restaurant; instead a $2 per bottle fee is collected as a donation to a featured local community-building not-for-profit organization each month.
Guided by our family’s sustainable philosophy, discarded redwood framing from the property's historic residence are used as cladding for the restaurant's bar front. Tree stumps from the site were re-fashioned as side tables. Stones from the original foundation form the outdoor fireplace, which is a replica of a historic forge.
The rough, granite material of the restaurant's bar top evokes the massive granite wheels of Long Meadow Ranch's olive oil mill. Salvaged hay hooks and poultry feeders were transformed into eye-catching light fixtures.
Outdoors in season, guests can enjoy a meal among the espalier apple trees, drinks at the bar, or relax with friends and family by the cozy wood-fired authentic forge. Regardless of season, guests can always enjoy our casual bar menu.
We also offer Monthly Traditions with a friendly, casual event every Tuesday evening, including a Pig Pickin', Winemaker Dinner, Rib Night, and Fried Chicken Night (regularly scheduled on the first through fourth Tuesdays, respectively). Monday nights are Family Nights with a specially priced three-course menu. Bring the kids and order from the every day kid's menu.
Indoor and outdoor seating available. Walk-ins are welcome.