Harvest at Homestead Manor Looking to Fill Front of House and Back of House Roles

FRANKLIN, Tenn.—Harvest at Homestead Manor—the farm-to-fork restaurant and event venue that includes a working farm on its 50-acre historic property—is holding a job fair to fill several staff positions Monday, April 4 at 4683 Columbia Pike in Thompson’s Station.


Available roles include chefs, servers, hosts, line cooks, prep cooks and server assistants, among others. Interviews will be hosted on the Homestead property from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.


Interested parties can download an application at www.homesteadmanor.com/job-fair, or fill one out on site. Resumes and a copy of a photo I.D. are requested.


The latest culinary landmark in Williamson County, Harvest opened in July 2015 under the A. Marshall Family Foods Inc. umbrella. Located in a ca. 1819 National Register home in Thompson’s Station, the current menu builds on Southern basics, while borrowing inspiration from culinary traditions that have originated from kitchens across the map.


Harvest at Homestead is open Tuesday through Friday for lunch and dinner; and Saturday and Sunday for brunch, lunch and dinner. To learn more about Harvest, visit its website at www.homesteadmanor.com.




With influences that build on Southern basics but swayed by culinary traditions spanning kitchens across the world​, Harvest at Homestead dishes are bold in both flavor and technique. The seasonal menus promote our chefs’ individualism and ability to turn a nostalgic dish into a modern rendition–creating rich, layered plates brought to life through fresh produce that our on-site organic gardens, and neighboring farms, yield. www.homesteadmanor.com