Monticello Farm Table

Rooted in History

Our menu is rooted in 200 years of history and the unique blend of European and African cultures that shaped Monticello’s legendary cuisine.

Visitors learn about the culinary legacy of generations of Monticello enslaved gardeners and cooks who raised the vegetables and prepared the food for his table.

Carrots and Soup
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Locally Sourced

Monticello Farm Table showcases produce from Monticello’s farm and gardens, and local, sustainable food suppliers.

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Behind Monticello Farm Table

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Located at Monticello’s David M. Rubenstein Visitor Center, the café is open to the public, and does not require an admissions ticket to Monticello. Parking is free and easy.