When it's in, the Farm's duck breast dishes are the best meals I feel I have ever eaten. The pan fried trout is out of this world. (I don't usually like trout at all) This trout is amazing so much the skin even finds it's way onto my fork. The orzo, vegetable sides, croquettes, root veggies, and others are always top notch. (Whoever said they take shortcuts is crazy) Every detail is paid attention to. I love the attention the bartender (Patrick) pays to the patrons also. He is friendly and always helpful and talkative, always there to assist in the drink selection. There are some wait-staff who are less than friendly and I can see how some have been put off by their less than upbeat demeanor which is why I never sit in the table section. I always sit at the bar and enjoy the house selected music and company of Patrick. The desserts are to die for. If you like Red Snapper, then get to the Farm early because the last two times I had to choose something else which is never difficult. The snapper runs out and the duck is a rare treat these days. So be sure to try the baked brie, roasted garlic apps, and if you need a good drink, try Patrick's always delicious concoctions. There is a great appreciation for Whiskey too. I want to go on but I hate long reviews. Just go there. If you get a server who you don' like, go sit at the bar and ask for Patrick. (I am not Patrick's friend, well now we're friends,or mother) he just is always right on the money and makes our times at the farm fantastic! The food is great. Try it.... I do agree thought with some of the reviews there are a couple servers who are less than friendly. I can't deny it but the food is great.
Pros: Patrick the bartender!! And best duck,trout, snapper, PDX
Cons: There is a server or two who are, ""less than friendly,""