We squeezed in our first family brunch while visiting Phoenix this month and we weren’t disappointed in our choice of spot. We like to try new restaurants every time we visit our old neighborhood, which is constantly changing and becoming home to more hip eateries. This time we went to Farm & Craft, located in the space vacated by the Herb Box.
We chose the best seat in the house underneath this 100 percent accurate neon sign. I loved the decor inside Farm & Craft, especially the chairs!
We visited on a weekday, so we ordered at the hostess station. (Or you can order at the bar.) You also pour your own drink at the coffee/beverage station.
Victoria ordered the cheese pizza from the kids menu while I picked the salmon bowl with veggies and mac and cheese. Graham ate the protein blueberry pancakes (not pictured). I loved it all, especially the perfectly cooked salmon.
If it’s a nice non-summer day, consider the patio, which had palm-leaf print seating I was obsessed with. (Although there were misters to keep you cool.)
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