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116 Farmstead Market & Table
Keep it local in Luther at 116 Farmstead Market & Table. The folks at this boutique market and restaurant serve up breakfast and lunch made from locally-sourced ingredients, with an emphasis on comfort and community. Lounge in a high-back chair with coffee and a book from their community bookshelf, or pull up to the handcrafted railcar plank bar and enjoy some lovingly-prepared local offerings.
Early risers will find no shortage of breakfast options to sink their teeth into. 116 Farmstead offers morning favorites like Belgian-style waffles and steel-cut oatmeal, along with a hearty, grilled breakfast burrito stuffed with egg, sausage or bacon, potatoes, cheese, peppers, onions, and fresh salsa. Regulars might steer you toward the quiche, which you can get loaded with your choice of breakfast meat or as a vegetarian option served with a slice of seasoned tomato.
Pop in during lunchtime and dig into the rancher’s club sandwich, featuring tender corned beef from the local All Hat Cattle Company, or try their made-from-scratch chicken salad on bread or in a wrap. The salad sampler plate is another good option, featuring a side of “Luther caviar,” an irresistible medley of beans, corn, onions and peppers. Can’t decide? Make it a combo with a half-sandwich, salad and soup. Be sure to check out the blackboard for seasonal and daily specials.
After your meal, you’ll want to peruse the shelves of the 116 Market and take home some natural meats, cheeses, fruits and produce, all sourced both locally and nationally. Pick up a jar of Lovera's vodka cream pasta sauce from Krebs, or find something from one of your other favorite artisanal brands. You can even stick around for beginner-friendly yoga classes on Wednesdays, Thursdays and every other Saturday. 116 Farmstead and Market also provides studio and event space, meeting rooms, space for private dinner parties and more. Make the trip to historic downtown Luther, and you’ll be in for a lot more than lunch.