Last week I had an amazing dinner at Farmshop in Santa Monica. The restaurant is located in a cute shopping center with a country barnyard look and feel. I wore this beautiful and flowy top by Otte, which was a great idea considering the amount of food I consumed! These Ganni sandals have been a favorite for me the past few weeks… finding a nice black sandal each summer makes wardrobe decisions so much easier.

Scroll down to see what an amazing dinner we had!


Otte Shirt | Anine Bing Pants | Ganni Sandals

Loxley England Bag | Steven Alan Sunglasses

This Loxley bag is the perfect size and I love the clean lines and minimal design.

Loxley England bag, Ganni sandals, Anine Bing pants.

One side of Farmshop is a cute grocery store with lots of fresh fruit, cheeses and delicacies. The other side is a beautful dinning area with wooden tables and a comfortable, homey feel.

Farmshop market in Santa Monica Farmshop Santa Monica Farmshop cheese counter Farmshop Santa Monica Farmshop Martketplace

We started the night with margaritas for Tyler and red wine for me. Everyone was incredibly nice. Tyler and I actually had plans to go to a late night yoga class after dinner but ended up staying 5 hours!! That is a long time but it flew by because we were experiencing so many great dishes and had some good conversations with friends that joined us.

Farmshop Santa Monica

Avocado hummus and my favorite dish – the burrata.

Farmshop Santa Monica - Avocado Hummus Farmshop Santa Monica - Burrata and Toast

Soup with a duck egg inside – the broth was amazing.

Farmshop Santa Monica - Duck Egg Soup

Our main course was prime rib, turkey sausage and ricotta pasta and potatoes with shishito peppers. Needless to say, we were very full and happy after. I had such a good time and would recommend visiting often since their menu changes all the time!

Big thank you for having us, Farmshop!

Farmshop Santa Monica - Tyler and Michelle Madsen Farmshop Santa Monica - Prime Rib plate Farmshop Santa Monica - Ricotta cheese and Turkey Sausage.

Photos by Michelle Mosqueda