Eating food made from fresh ingredients is definitely the best thing to do to stay healthy. And if you dine at the Old School Nashville, you will be served food that come directly from its farm, situated just near the restaurant.
Nestled within a nine-acre farm, the Old School boasts of an outside dining venue, a large event barn, a speakeasy-style music room and a fully restored historic 1936 schoolhouse. Guests will be serenaded by different artists at the music room from Thursdays until Sundays.
From farm to table – that’s the best thing about the Old School, serving its guests with food that makes use of ingredients taken directly from the farm, making its Old School Farm to Table restaurant a unique and historic culinary destination.
When you eat at the Old School Farm to Table restaurant, you are supporting the Old School Farm whose primary mission is to provide employment to adults with intellectual disabilities.
The Old School Farm to Table is headed by executive chef Kirstie Bidwell who is passionate about creating a true farm-to-table family style experience by using locally and ethically sourced ingredients while at the same time supporting the local community.
The menu at the Old School Farm to Table highlights seasonal Southern fruits and vegetables as well as produce from the neighboring farms.
The Old School Nashville is located at 5022 Old Hydes Ferry Pike and is open Wednesdays until Sundays.