Monticello's Farm Table Cafe
According to their website, the Monticello Farm Table Cafe aims to connect history with food, to serve as a source of inspiration and point of reference, where visitors to Monticello can learn to eat more responsibly and joyfully, sharing in the pleasures of sustainable, organic and locally sourced ingredients. Visitors to Farm Table will learn about Thomas Jefferson's enthusiasm for local agriculture and his love of seasonal produce, along with the culinary legacy of generations of Monticello enslaved gardeners and cooks who raised the vegetables and prepared the food for Jefferson’s table.
Open most days, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.*
(*Check Monticello's hours for most up-to-date hours. Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day and on Tuesdays in December, January, and February.)
Located at Monticello’s David M. Rubenstein Visitor Center, the café is open to the public, and does not require an admissions ticket to Monticello. Parking is free and easy.
- 1070 Monticello Loop, Charlottesville, VA 22902
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