Q: How many tables do you have?
A: 15 … Only bring people you really like.
Q: Where do you get your flowers?
A: Floral Effects, ask for Sheryl, she does amazing work!
Q: Is there really a Farmer’s Daughter?
A: Yes, and she truly is a Farmer’s Daughter.
Q: Do you serve booze???
A: H*** YES!! We encourage day drinking, NO JUDGEMENT!
Q: Where did you get your tables?
A: Wood: Reclaimed beams from Cranston Print Works: Textile Mill, Webster, MA
Fabricator: Jarmak Corp, Chelsea, MA
Finish: Superior Woodworking, Easton, MA
Q: Who designed the restaurant?
A: The Farmer’s Daughter herself.
Q: What can I do while I wait for my table?
A: We have a MAP for that.
Q: Why does it look like I get skipped over on the wait list?
A: You didn’t, please trust us! Our waitlist works on a texting platform so people can leave and explore. Those people who look like they just arrived, didn’t, they have also been patiently waiting.
Q: Do you have vegetarian, vegan and Gluten free options?
A: Of course! We care about all of our guests!
Q: What was this place before?
A: Main Street Café, Charlie’s, O’Connor’s
Q: Do you take reservations?
Q: How can I buy local in New England during the winter months?
A: Spend enough days at the Daughter and you will see!
Thank you for your donation request and for allowing the Farmer’s Daughter the opportunity to be a participant in your cause. The Farmer’s Daughter family truly believes that extending support and resources to help those in need is our duty and responsibility, and one we take very seriously. We do our very best to try to spread out donations fairly amongst all of the requests that we receive.
Please know we do make sure to review each and every case thoroughly with an open heart and open mind. If we are able to honor your request, a member of our management team will reach out to you to proceed to the next step.
If we are unable to accommodate your request presently, we are deeply sorry and encourage you to contact us again in the future. Again, thank you for your request and thank you for the great work you are doing to support those in need.
-The Farmer’s Daughter Family