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by bobbi, Another Pleasanton neighborhood,
on Aug 9, 2009
Thanks for the feedback. We walked by on Sunday, and opted to try a restaurant further down the road as we had no idea what the cuisine was, and thought we might be underdressed (were wearing shorts and tank tops). Guess we will have to swing by and try the place
Let’s go there for Weddings, Sunday Brunch, and afternoon Teas with the visiting family.
Guess we’re off to Livermore… again.
On second thought maybe SDE isn’t such a bad idea after all.
Straight shot to the real deal.
We went there Saturday night in hopes of it having changed - very disappointed. Same smell, wine was bad and beer was even bad - from a bottle. Anyway, it is the same old place just different name. Bummer!!
My husband and I stoppped at the Farmer Restaraunt for dinner Wednesday before taking a stroll down Main Street. We started with the Italian sausage stuffed mushrooms...yummy. The dinner salad was fresh and crisp. I ordered the NY steak done rare. It was the best steak I've had out in a very long time. In fact, it was better than Haps. My husband ordered the sole, it was steamy hot and fresh. For dessert, we ordered the pecan caramel cake, again we were not disappointed.
The staff was friendly and attentive. We had met Jason, our server, at Haps before meeting him again at the Farmer.
We'll be back for lunch to try the fried chicken, the signature dish. Our friends had the fried chicken for dinner and had a doggie bag with enough chicken for another meal.
The Farmer Restaraunt is a welcome addition to the downtown Pleasanton dining experience.
I went there for lunch last friday and didn't want to like it at all. The service was great and the food was terrific. I really didn't want to like anything about it but, I can't say enough good about it. I can hardly wait to go back.
My boyfriend & I went to Farmers Friday evening for a drink. Had to admit, wasn't too bad. Great live band called The Black Pearl Project (If I recall correctly?!). The crowd still was alittle older than we prefer. Deanna, the blonde bartnder, was very personable and nice. Waitresses were attentive and friendly as well. Apparently, the previous Fri and Sat nights had drawn in a good crowd to the bar area, as well as the Wed night street fair. I'd try it again!
That's a bit of a bait and switch or drive by, so can you clarify?
Posted by Lisa, a resident of the Foothill Knolls neighborhood, 1 hour ago
That "smell" is mold and rot in the guts of the neglected building.
Highlight of the place was their "Blues on the Patio" series each Thursday the past 8-10 years. They brought in quality bands from throughout the bay area. A few of the bands like Johnny Nitro, Kathleen Cairns, and others truly had the place overflowing with people eating, drinking, and enjoying our summers. Need to get back some basics.
Are the people posting the really nasty comments here competitors? It sounds like the stuff you see on review sites these days. The competitors of a business make posts trashing a place - hence making the sites worthless.
why is this owner/restaurant unethical? please do tell.
KARMA - they hired a theif - so who knows how long the restaurant will stay open.
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