Quiessence at The Farm delivers an authentic “farm-to-table” experience using locally sourced produce, meat and wine, to create a refined hand-crafted menu. Sourcing from our own on-site garden, Soil & Seed Garden, Chef Dustin Christofolo curates each week’s menu with freshly harvested vegetables, edible flowers, eggs and herbs. Tucked away in the Farm at South Mountain, Quiessence delivers farm-focused and uncomplicated cuisine; a delight of cheeses, artisan breads, handcrafted pastas and local produce. Unique indoor and award-winning outdoor dining. The American and Arizonan wine list is accompanied by an international reserve list designed to pair with the cuisine.
Closed for Summer Break. See you in the Fall!
Quiessence would love to host your group on the Farm. The setting is amazing, food is wonderful and service excellent. The wines hand selected to match the menu. When an experience is the goal Quiessence is a unique, pleasant and delicious choice.
What Customers Say
Amazing place for foodies. Ambiance and food are beautifully synced. 6 courses are amazing but make sure to starve before coming here to fully enjoy the celebration of the senses at your dinner.
The establishment is beautiful. It went over my expectations; we drove in and you drive though a road with trees wrapped in light, it’s beautiful. There’s a nice picnic table area, surrounded by light. The place is just beautiful and a photogenic area. The host was polite, the venue was beautiful, music was good. Food was delicious; not pictured is the honey Panna Cotta which was served with strawberry and cucumber. My date and I had a 5 course meal and it was filling, each course takes 30 minutes to prepare so expect to be there awhile and enjoying your company or the decor.
We had such an amazing experience here. We splurged and went with the chef’s tasting menu and wine pairings and it was absolutely incredible and worth every penny. The food was amazing and the service was spot on. I highly recommend and would come back in a heart beat. I would also recommend the chef’s table outside, weather permitting.