Gibbons’ Green Gate Farm

Nestled in the countryside of Cache Valley, Utah, is a little family farm with a beautiful, little-known bonus. On Friday and Saturday mornings throughout the year, friends, neighbors, and strangers come together to enjoy home cooked, farm-to-table breakfast.

The Gibbons’ Green Gate Farm family restaurant is located in rural Cache County, and sits atop a converted carriage house. The Carriage House Kitchen is open for breakfast on Friday and Saturday, but also for special lunches and dinners that you buy an all-inclusive ticket for online.

Chris and I end up at the Farm about one Saturday a month, and we absolutely love the bright friendly atmosphere and talking with the siblings that run the restaurant. Chris’s favorites special is the breakfast tacos, and he especially loves the house-made lamb sausage. My favorite is the french toast made with Hawaiian King bread. We often refer to GGGFarm as our favorite breakfast restaurant in Cache Valley, and take our friends and family there every chance we get.

As delicious a enjoyable as Gibbons’ Green Gate Farm is, its fairly difficult to find on your first visit. Located at a county address, a GPS will often take you to the wrong side of town. To guarantee getting to the Farm, follow the directions listed on their website:

The Carriage House Kitchen at Gibbons’ Green Gate Farm

  • Friday and Saturday mornings, year round.
  • Dinners by reservations at
  • Breakfast $7-15 a person on average

Gibbons’ Green Gate Farm also offers event spaces for weddings, company dinners, or family events.

You can follow the Farm on Facebook and Instagram for updates on weekly specials, events, and any occasional schedule changes.






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