The next location of Farmer’s Table has been revealed to be headed for Third Avenue Village. At a whopping 10,000-square-feet, which includes an outdoor patio, this will be the largest spot yet for the all-day eatery. Coming to 330 F Street in Chula Vista, it replaces Marie Callender’s Restaurant & Bakery. Themed with farmhouse decor, the restaurant is known for a large variety of breakfast and brunch items, from egg Benedicts and frittatas to French toast, pancakes, and waffles. Featuring a full cocktail bar with bonkers Bloody Marys and drinks garnished with sausages and bacon-wrapped hot dogs, its afternoon and evening menu ranges from flatbreads and pizzas to pasta and larger entrees like braised lamb shanks and wood-fire roasted chicken.
Look forward to even more transformations in the Village as we welcome new businesses, remodels, and finalize Streetscape Phase III.
Embrace the change, visit the Third Avenue Village!