A restaurant focused on farm-to-fork cuisine will launch this weekend in downtown Anderson. Farm Society, located in the former Ryan Mutual Motor Co. building, will hold a grand opening Sunday. Founder Tami Blevins says the business has received support from the community even before its opening night. "Not a day goes by without someone stopping in to say how excited they are, or how much they are looking forward to seeing the doors open," she said.
Farm Society was the audience choice winner of the recent Vesuvius Coworking Pitch Night in the city, another factor in Blevins' confidence in locating to the Madison County city's downtown.
She says "we can accommodate any kind of food allergy and our menu supports most special ways of eating. We will have dairy from the udder to the nutter, keto items, gluten free house-made granola, and all dressings will be made in house. Farm Society will also be featuring beautiful charcuterie boards and grazing tables."
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