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    • Jacob Hartman
    • December 18, 2018

    Had Farm House for the first time last week. The food was fantastic and I’ll definitely be returning. Our server was okay. A bit slow on the drinks but overall, timely and polite. The unique atmosphere is super cool and really gives off that old country feel.

    • Jennifer Blackwood
    • December 19, 2018

    A little dark. Small menu but great food. Love the pickled okra. Wished they had a few other side items.

    • David Lott
    • January 27, 2019

    Very rustic atmosphere. It feels as if you have been transported back in time to when life was much more simple. Menu is brief, but the fare is excellent. Our party ordered Ribeyes, tuna, and beef tips with baked potatoes and sweet potatoes. Beef is grilled over charcoal, and you can clearly taste the difference. The only bummer was the fact that they were sold out of the farmhouse pie (which I understand is delicious). Nonetheless, our waitress (Karen) served us apple pie with ice cream. She didn’t charge for the ice cream since the serving was small. The staff also sang Happy Birthday to my wife and me. Great service. We will definitely eat there for many years to come whenever we are in the Triangle.

    • Edward White
    • February 14, 2019

    By far the most consistent restaurant in the chapel hill area. A solid go to for special occasions, and at as reasonable a price point it’s somewhere we can frequent without breaking the bank.
    Friendly service, great food. Ample parking. I’ve never had to wait more than 5 min for a table. I really cant say enough good about this place.
    Simplicity at its finest.

    • Evan Clendening
    • February 21, 2019

    I have been coming here since I was a kid. Not much has changed since then escape them having to add a little more light unfortunately. Even though they are more known for there steak I like most there chicken. However they season it is perfect.

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