Over the weekend we checked out a brand new spot in town, the new "brunch hall" Farmers Hardware, located at 35 Maple Ave in a gorgeous historic 1925 brick warehouse.
Modeled after the open and airy American food halls like Boston's Quincy Market or Union Market in Washington D.C. Farmers Hardware has big communal tables (with great outdoor seating in a sweet little courtyard) and 3 floors. The service is quick especially because of their counter service (you go up to the third floor to place your order and they bring it to your table) and the atmosphere is comfortable and relaxed.
WHAT WE GOT: We tried the garden fritatta with a side of fruit (for the baby) and loved both. The fruit cup had a little bit of a mint drizzle on it that was so refreshing, and the fritatta and greens was actually enough for two of us to split as a light brunch. Another favorite? The iced tea! The one we had was a combination of cinnamon and raspberry and a bunch of other things and it was SO GOOD we could have had an entire pitcher of it.
MINI RATING (1-3 RAINBOWS):
FAMILY + KID FRIENDLY: 🌈🌈🌈
STROLLER FRIENDLY: 🌈🌈🌈
Special children's menu will be coming soon (according to the menu) but there were plenty of child friendly options already on the menu too. Would definitely recommend this to a family out looking for a laid back and delicious brunch. Grab and outdoor table and enjoy! xoxo MINI CITY