The Farmer's Daughter Chattanooga

The Farmer’s Daughter's farm-to-table cafe in North Chattanooga has permanently closed.  We are still in Chattanooga, moving on to smaller and better things.  The past two+ years has been amazingly successful and we are proud and honored to have shared them with all of you.  

The restaurant may be gone, but we will continue to be a part of the local food economy in Chattanooga.  We believe in supporting and cultivating a sustainable future for farmers, artists, small business-folk, and families.    

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 Good food comes from good farms.  

We've worked with several farmers and food artisans in the region. Supporting the local food economy is our future.  Specific farms and products we supported are listed below.

As we move forward onto the next venture, we will continue to support these folks, as well as many others and hope you do too.


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Riverview Farms: stoneground grits and cornmeal and seasonal produce

Main Street Meats: locally sourced pork breakfast sausage, cured ham and bacon

Sequatchie Cove Farm:  grassfed beef and lamb and seasonal produce

Sequatchie Cove Creamery:  farmstead raw milk cheeses

Sonrisa Farms: stoneground whole wheat flour 

Heywoods Provision: cured Riverview Farm ham and bacon

Harvested Here Food Hub: seasonal, locally sourced produce from area farms

Benefield Apiaries: honey

Niedlov's Breadworks: artisianal bread

Fountain Spring's Farm: free-range chicken and eggs

Gregg's Eggs: free range eggs

Twin Oaks Tofu: organic tofu from Virginia

The Vanilla.Company: socially conscious vanilla beans and extracts

Atlanta Fresh: yogurt made from locally sourced milk

Cruze Dairy Farm: non-homogenized grass-fed Jersey milk 

Crabtree Farms: seasonal produce

Delano Mennonite Farmers: seasonal produce

Red Clay Farm: produce and free-range eggs





Farmer's Daughter pen and ink drawing by Yuriko Hoshino

Farmer's Daughter pen and ink drawing by Yuriko Hoshino



We strive for conscious consumerism and believe the bowl we sip our soup from should be just as delectable as the soup.  Several artists and craftspeople were crucial in helping us with the furnishing of our space.  We continue to work with and support  them and many others.


EE Ironworks. Forged: our barback shelf brackets,  toilet paper holders, and music/host stand

Winter Sun Studio.  Designed: our table bases and bar tops

Yuriko Hoshino: Drew: our Farmer's Daughter image and veggies and animals on menus and website,  painted vines on our front door

Haskel-Sears Design.  Sanded our bartop in a giant sander, extra woodworking consultation

Shane Darwent: Framed: artwork and photographs.  



























Artifact: studios and gallery-space

Jaimie Davis: buildout photography

Anderson Bailey: useful pots displayed currently in TFD on the shelves upon the walls

 Bean and Bailey Ceramics: slip cast clay beauties displayed currently on shelves in TFD