Right around the corner from Zingerman's Deli, the Ann Arbor Farmer's Market is a popular spot on Saturday mornings. It's open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays, offering a variety of fresh produce, breads, flowers, art, jewelry and more.
The Serenbe community features an 8-acre organic farm (staffed by a comely group of earthy millennial farmers) and the local restaurants highlight the fruits of that labor. The homespun, casual Blue-Eyed Daisy does a great job in a relatively small space with delicious seasonal Southern fare. Stop by for a coffee, breakfast or lunch, or the Taco Nights and Meat & 3 dinners scheduled each week that draw local residents. A bit more upscale, The Hill is a white-tablecloth variation on that farm-to-table theme sourcing proteins and produce locally and serving lunch and dinner in a farmhouse chic, unpretentious setting. But you don't have to eat at one of those spots (though you absolutely should); there is also produce galore from April through November at the Serenbe Farmers and Artisan Market where you can watch a chef demo or listen to live music or just pick up some artisanal goodie as a souvenir of your trip to the gorgeous Georgia countryside.
Give your centerpiece a true farm-to-table touch by adding a clear glass vessel inside of a wire basket, then surround it with fresh eggs. For a truly rustic look, stick with wildflowers like daisies or alstroemeria and local, organic eggs ranging in color.
The dream behind this farm's charming grounds: Create a quiet retreat from day-to-day demands to read, dine, nap, visit and garden. The result is an inviting series of outdoor rooms, joined by walkways and wooden arbors.
Located in Walland, Tennessee, Blackberry Farm is one of America's most celebrated intimate luxury hotels. Their renowned cuisine straddles the line between refined and rugged, borrowing from both haute cuisine and the foods indigenous to Blackberry’s Smoky Mountain heritage.
The aerial view of this beautiful horse farm shows a long, winding driveway that carries visitors past fenced paddocks for horses to the main house. Past the main house toward the back of the property, another set of fenced paddocks and connected barn area provide even more space for the horses to roam.