Falling for The Farmers Table

Nestled in the Redbrook residential community in Plymouth, The Farmers Table offers diners a refreshing culinary experience. The café is owned by Lynn and Olivia Tripp, a mother-daughter duo who have used their culinary education and skills to celebrate farm-to-table cooking with a sophisticated twist.

Lynn is currently a professor in the College of Culinary Arts at Johnson & Wales University, an institution where her daughter, Olivia, holds a degree in the same field. Having worked as a chef and nutritionist, she offers nutritious renditions of originated dishes.

Guests can dine at The Farmers Table for breakfast or lunch from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and enjoy an array of delicious dishes, including several vegetarian and vegan options. A weekend brunch is served from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and offers items like French toast with blueberry compote. Gourmet catering is also available, with savory options like truffle mac and cheese and fig and jam ricotta toast. Don’t have time to dine in the restaurant? Order online off the “What’s for Dinner?” menu and choose from a selection of fresh dishes available for pickup at the café.

1 Greenside Way, Plymouth, 508-224-2400

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