The Farmers Wife sets up shop in The Barlow
After 10 years of selling spectacular sandwiches at farmers markets and festivals, The Farmer’s Wife has found a home in The Barlow, a 12.5-acre culinary and arts center in Sebastopol, in Western Sonoma County.
With her crusty, delicious melts, owner Kendra Kolling has earned a loyal following for her popular farmers market stand at the Ferry Building in San Francisco and at events around the region. A San Francisco food writer once claimed Kolling makes one of the best sandwiches in the Bay Area.
Kolling is now settled happily into her cozy new bricks-and-mortar storefront, where she uses fresh, locally sourced, organic ingredients to craft a seasonal menu of intricately layered sandwiches, open-faced tartines, soups, salads, and cookies, as well as an all-day breakfast menu.
Food is also available for pickup; call to hear menu updates and daily specials. The Farmers Wife is open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, with counter service and outdoor patio seating only.