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Mesa Farm Market

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Must stop!!!

Must stop here. Best bread and cheese I’ve had in a long time. Very friendly staff and owner... read more

Reviewed 30 April 2018
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it was amazing I tried a few slices of bread and feel in love!!!!!! I took my kids her and left... read more

Reviewed 18 April 2018
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29 Apr 2018
“Must stop!!!”
18 Apr 2018
“goooddddd looookinnnggg foooooddd”
We are farmers. We grow the food we sell. We serve fresh organic vegetables and salads. We bake artisan bread each day in our wood fired stone oven. We make fresh cheese from the milk our goats give us. We also serve a darn good cup of coffee. Stop...more
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Capitol Reef National Park, UT 84775-9606
+1 435-456-9146
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

For those weary travelers driving east of Capitol Reef National Park, this is a must stop. There is goat cheese and yogurt, and some green salad lettuce. Maybe coffee too, i don't remember.

Thank sherpes h
Reviewed 30 April 2018 via mobile

Must stop here. Best bread and cheese I’ve had in a long time. Very friendly staff and owner. Everything is made there. Most will drive right past this place. DON’T!!! Stop here and experience something authentic and memorable.

Thank Sfiermon
Reviewed 18 April 2018

it was amazing I tried a few slices of bread and feel in love!!!!!! I took my kids her and left them inside and they had so much fun looking at the food!! I would tell your friends and family of how much this is...More

Thank cheese y
Reviewed 5 July 2016

Amazing place on Hwy 24 out the eastern side of Capitol Reef National Park. Very nondescript on the outside. We would have drove right past had we not read about it. Nothing fancy inside either. But the food was terrific. The pesto was amazing. We...More

Thank NewMexBound
Reviewed 3 September 2015

Great cheese, yogurt, and bread. Great conversation with the owner. The peach smoothie was the best we've ever had! I love these little places.

Thank Linda D
Reviewed 5 September 2014

This is a great little place, in an out of the way location. We had the absolute best coffee and delicious cinnamon bun. Randy, the owner and farmer, was a delight. There was another somewhat comparable market close.....don't go there.....make sure you go to the...More

Thank wintersummer
Reviewed 3 July 2014 via mobile

It wouldn't be hard to miss & we weren't even looking for it but sure glad we found it. Fresh organic greens, goat cheese, goat yogurt smoothie, bread straight out of an outdoor brick oven baked by a Dr. on sabbatical, followed by brick oven...More

Thank Helen L
Reviewed 8 October 2013

Very personable proprietor and THE best apples and stone-baked bread you'll ever taste. Wish we could find such produce and bread in our local area!

Thank Annie0077
Reviewed 6 September 2013

From the outside it may not look like much but treat yourself and stop in and check it out. Down home friendly people run this place. Coffee was freshly ground and brewed to order - no sitting on the burner coffee here - delightful. Fresh...More

Thank Meezermeister
Reviewed 24 June 2013

We stopped here whilst driving towards Torrey on Highway 24, as it was a "do not miss" recommendation in our Lonely Planet guide book. I am so glad we did!! It is a tiny place (blink and you'll miss it), which serves home-made bread, cheese,...More

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