Farmer’s Table has chosen Bay Park as its next area of expansion. The all-day eatery, whose menu ranges from breakfast and brunch plates to salads, sandwiches, pizzas and flatbreads, opened early last year in La Mesa and recently announced that it will add a location in Little Italy. Known for a design that incorporates repurposed farm equipment, the restaurant is also famous for its notable Bloody Marys, garnished with everything from a TJ-style hot dog to a whole roasted chicken.
The 3,500-square-foot Farmer’s Table Bay Park will feature a similar look and menu as its East County counterpart, with certain specials unique to the location. The Little Italy outpost is slated to launch later this summer, but the Bay Park eatery should open as soon as June.
Cousins Alberto Morreale and Vincenzo Loverso, both experienced restaurateurs, founded Farmer’s Table; Morreale runs Fig Tree Café as well as Farmer’s Bottega in Mission Hills while Loverso owns Greystone The Steakhouse, Osetra The Fishhouse, and Osteria Panevino in the Gaslamp.