Farmer’s Daughter Brings Farm Food to Princeton Restaurant

May 16, 2011 By Blair Thomas

Local ingredients come together with a fresh and ever-changing menu at the family-owned Farmer’s Daughter Bakery and Cafe in Princeton.

Farmer's Daughter Bakery and Cafe in Princeton, Indiana

Southern Indiana native Sarah Wolfe and her husband, John Sherfield, are the owners and chefs of the restaurant, and they strive to support the Indiana farming community by purchasing local produce – from sandwiches featuring local turkey, apples and lettuce to the eggs used in their bread and other baked goods.

Farmer’s Daughter, located on West Broadway, is open for lunch seven days a week and dinner on Friday and Saturday nights. The restaurant also hosts a community-style dinner once a month and is available for catering. For more information, call (812) 385-8900 or visit the restaurant’s Facebook page.

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  1. Deb Wolfe says:

    Great ploace to eat!

  2. Marybeth Feutz says:

    Great food, great staff, great times! They also do live music on most Saturdays, and are working on Friday music as well!

  3. Joyce Mohler says:

    Awesome place to eat! All the dishes were delicious.