We celebrated our six-month milestone by hiring a farm director to play an integral role in our on-site restaurant and farm-to-fork process.
Steven Bailey, who founded one of the largest Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) in Texas before relocating to Williamson County, is now leading Homestead’s agricultural operations as the concept’s farm director. With nearly a decade of experience with urban farming and restaurant consulting, Steven will work closely with the Harvest at Homestead Manor kitchen to help further elevate future menus.
The latest culinary landmark in Williamson County, Harvest opened in July 2015 under the A. Marshall Family Foods Inc. umbrella. Located in a ca. 1819 National Register home in Thompson’s Station, the current menu builds on Southern basics, while borrowing inspiration from culinary traditions that have originated from kitchens across the map.
“At the end of each day, our mission for Harvest is to take this property’s history—which includes our culture’s inherited legacy of culinary generosity—and use that as an influencer to bring friends and family together over a meal,” said Andy Marshall, proprietor of A. Marshall Foods.
Harvest at Homestead, located at 4685 Columbia Pike, is open Tuesday through Friday for lunch and dinner; and Saturday and Sunday for brunch, lunch and dinner.