The Farmer's Daughter to Move into Former Main Street Cafe Space in North Easton
A new breakfast and lunch spot is moving into the center of North Easton, taking over the space where another dining spot had been.
The Easton Patch reports that The Farmer's Daughter is going to be opening on Main Street, moving into the former Main Street Cafe spot (which closed in May). The article mentions that the person behind the new eatery is Chandra Gouldrup, who is currently a manager at Petit Robert Bistro in Boston and also used to work at Sibling Rivalry in the city's South End.
The Farmer's Daughter will feature such items as fresh fruit, egg dishes, French toast, and banana pancakes for breakfast, as well as salads and sandwiches at lunchtime.
Expect a mid- to late-fall opening for the restaurant, according to the Patch.
The address for this upcoming restaurant in North Easton is: The Farmer's Daughter, 122 Main Street, North Easton, MA, 02356.