Fort Collins holds a special place in all of our hearts. From the skilled farmers who provide us nourishing produce, the ranchers who supply our incredible beef and the craft beer scene that surrounds us, we are fortunate to build a menu that is seasonal and gives our community a balance between elevated comfort and healthy farm fare.

The artwork and farm equipment you see in and around the restaurant was collected either from the dirt in our own backyard, handpicked at our favorite local flea markets or created with re-purposed materials by a wonderful local artist, Matt Kaufman.

When guests arrive at The Farmhouse, either to take a quick peek inside our restored building or to join us for a meal, we want all of our guests to receive a warm, down-to-earth welcome and overall pleasant experience. The Fort Collins community creates this shared need to make others feel welcome because our community is just that-- warm, down-to-earth and inviting. All the while, we are constantly inventing, innovating and finding ways to build bridges within our great city. 

We hope to have the opportunity for you to join us and our neighbors at Jessup Farm Artisan Village. You will surely see and experience first hand a shared love for our community!






 Jessup Farm Mome (The Farmhouse), 2013

Jessup Farm Mome (The Farmhouse), 2013

A local resident wrote an account of the farm buildings prior to transitioning into Jessup Farm Artisan Village with lots of fantastic photos: History of Jessup Farm