In The News


Triad City Beat
November 30, 2016: The Idaho Potato Commission likely doesn’t get very many phone calls. But they were more than happy to field one almost a decade ago from Bart Ortiz, a self-taught cook on a sort of obsessive mission to make the best French fries…Read more!


1808: Quick Bites
November 25, 2016: Marshall Free House is no longer serving up Scotch eggs and full English breakfasts. Instead, the U.K.-inspired pub has closed and reopened as The Traveled Farmer…Read more!


Triad Yes! Weekly
Nov 16, 2016: Greensboro’s newest restaurant, The Traveled Farmer, is taking the leap and has opened its doors ahead of schedule. As its name implies, Traveled Farmer is a farm-to-table restaurant that celebrates local ingredients with a global twist…Read More!


WFMY News 2
Nov 14, 2016: What Happens When You Combine A Restaurant With A Market
Eating out is simple.  You show up, make your choice and head home with a great meal in your tummy that you couldn’t even dream of making at home…Read/Watch More!


Greensboro News & Record
Oct 26, 2016: The Traveled Farmer, formerly called Farmer’s Realm when it was announced in September, is expected to open the second week of November…Read More!

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Cuisine and Screen
Oct 27, 2016: The restaurant formerly known as Marshall Free House in Greensboro is getting a brand-new concept. Next month, it will become The Traveled Farmer, led by Chef Jay Pierce and mixologist Mark Weddle…Read More!


Triad Business Journal
Sep 6, 2016: Kick Ass Concepts, the restaurant arm of Greensboro businessman Marty Kotis’ various enterprises, plans to reopen the location later this year under a new name and concept…Read More!

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