The next location of Farmer’s Table has been revealed to be headed for the South Bay. 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.
Co-founders Alberto Morreale and Vincenzo Lo Verso also have separate partnerships in several other local eateries, including Farmers Bottega in Mission Hills and Gaslamp restaurants that include Greystone Prime Steakhouse & Seafood and Osteria Panevino. They launched the first Farmer’s Table in La Mesa back in 2017, have been steadily growing the concept; a second branch opened in the Clairemont/Bay Park area in 2018 and a third outpost, spanning 7,000-square-feet in Little Italy, landed in early 2019.
Themed with farmhouse decor, the restaurants are 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.