Q: What is Nordic cuisine? Do you serve lutefisk?
A: The Bachelor Farmer draws inspiration from contemporary Nordic cooking, which emphasizes simplicity and fresh ingredients of the highest quality. The cuisine found in the Nordic region today is very different from what many people think of when they hear “Scandinavian food.” Our menu changes daily, weekly, and seasonally. We practice whole-animal butchery. And no, we don’t serve lutefisk.
Q: Are there vegetarian dishes?
A: Yes, we always have vegetarian appetizers, sides, and at least one entrée.
Q: Where can customers park?
A: There is a public lot located directly behind the restaurant, accessible via North 2nd Avenue. Another public lot is located on North 1st Street between North 1st and North 2nd Avenues. Lastly, street parking is usually available in the neighborhood.
Q: Who designed the interior?
A: Eric and Andrew Dayton worked with Janet Gridley and James Dayton Design to create the space.
Q: Where did the name come from?
A: Eric and Andrew’s mom came up with it.
Q: Dress code?
A: Come as you are.