Antebellum homestead repurposed into restaurant, venue

THOMPSON’S STATION, Tenn. (WKRN) – The Puckett’s family operation has refurbished Thompson’s Station’s Homestead Manor into a restaurant and events space.

The restaurant, Harvest at Homestead, is farm to fork from the original farm out back they’ve restored to use again for all of the restaurant’s produce.

Whatever is grown on the farm is picked and then goes straight to the kitchen located just feet away.

The menu is a mix of the Puckett brands southern signatures and Tuscan Italian food.

Inside the house, each room has a different story from a different era the home has lived through from the Civil War to the industrial boom to the present day music room.

The Puckett’s family was not interested in making this manor something new, instead they took what was already there and ran with it.

The manor is also made to host weddings and other small events.

The family built a barn addition just adjacent to the original mansion where the Thompson Station’s Farmers Market is held every Wednesday during the summer months.

Click here for more information on Homestead Manor.

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