Homestead Manor, a farm-to-table restaurant in Thompson’s Station, announced it would officially close its doors this weekend. Sunday, Feb. 24 is the restaurant’s last day in business.
“Though it was out of our realm of expertise, we fell in love with the Homestead Manor property five years ago and were delighted at the opportunity to beautify and renew it,” Andy Marshall, CEO of A. Marshall Hospitality, said in a release.
“With the recent announcement of Puckett’s inclusion in the Nashville airport expansion and other plans for growth in the near future, we now feel that Homestead deserves more attention than we are able to dedicate to it.”
Built in 1819 and steeped in Civil War History, Homestead Manor sits on 50 acres of land and is protected by a permanent conservation easement through The Land Trust for Tennessee. The antebellum home on the property has served as a general store, a post office, a hospital and several families’ private residence.
What’s Next for Homestead Manor?
Thompson’s Station Farmers Market
The Thompson’s Station Farmers Market, which was held in the barn at Homestead Manor, will not continue this year. The market was organized and managed by the Homestead Manor team, it will not continue under HM’s leadership, but the team has stated they will be happy to oversee the transition of those responsibilities to anyone interested in continuing it in a new location.
Homestead Will Continue to Supply A. Marshall Restaurants and Other Local Establishments with Fresh Produce Through the Summer
The farm, which supplies produce and herbs for the other restaurants under the A. Marshall Hospitality brand, will continue to operate through the summer. A. Marshall Hospitality sources ingredients from a number of other local farms and look forward to the opportunity to grow the relationships with those partners.
Homestead Manor Employees Can Continue Employment with A. Marshall Restaurants
Noting that the heart of the A. Marshall brand is unequivocally its people, Marshall said that members of the Homestead Manor restaurant team will be offered the opportunity to transition to other positions.
The Property Will Be Available to Purchase
While the property is not listed for sale as of yet, the plan is to sell the property. For anyone interested in purchasing the historic property, you can contact Andy Marshall directly at email@example.com.
Those wishing to join the restaurant for brunch or dinner through its final weekend may call (615) 538-6113 for reservations. For more on the property listing, please contact Andy Marshall directly.