Farmer's Table Restaurant began nearly thirty years ago near the corner of Taft Hill and Elizabeth, in a stand-alone building anchoring the southern ... More
Farmer's Table Restaurant began nearly thirty years ago near the corner of Taft Hill and Elizabeth, in a stand-alone building anchoring the southern end of the King Soopers shopping center. This building, at 1035 South Taft Hill Road, initially housed a convenience store. After a few years, the space was converted into a Mexican restaurant, but somewhere along the line, the theme changed to down-home cooking, and the Farmer's Table was born. Virgil Cline owned and presided over the Farmer's Table for many years. Originally open from pre-dawn to late in the evening, Virgil decided to cut the hours back and just serve breakfast and lunch.
Worst breakfast in Fort Collins. I have been here many times (because some one else choose the restaurant). I have tried different menu items to see if they could redeem themselves, to no avail. Pancakes are like paste, the omelets are dry, the skillets are grease and the breakfast burrito was bland. The decor and clientele seem to be white trash and the food is pretty much the same. Don't waste your time.
Never had a bad experience, if you are looking for a great restaurant with amazing food and low prices (I am a student so this is important) you will enjoy this restaurant!!!
The service is a little unpersonable but if you just want good food and your drink refilled before you have to ask then you wont have any problem, especially because I have never waited even a full ten minutes to receive my food and drink.
After 10 visits I Highly recommend this restaurant for breakfast!!!
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