HERE AT AMFF, FAMILY IS WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT!

We here at A. Marshall Family Foods know that one of the most important things in life is family. Heck, the word is even in our company name! So we were thrilled to have all our employees take the afternoon off recently and bring their …

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We’re hiring!

Hey y’all—we’re looking to add to our family at Harvest at Homestead in Thompson’s Station, Puckett’s 5th & Church in Downtown Nashville and Puckett’s Boat House in Historic Downtown Franklin! If you (or someone you know!) has an energetic and vibrant personality and is ready …

2015, What a Year it Was!

We’ve put together a montage of some of our favorite pics documenting the year. Thank you for making 2015 such an incredible year for us. We wish you a happy, healthy and prosperous new year!

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Historic Homestead Manor Holding Job Fair, May 4

Homestead Manor—one of our new concepts that will include a restaurant, event venue and working farm!—is holding a job fair to fill nearly 70 staff positions Monday, May 4 at the Courtyard by Marriott Hotel in Cool Springs. Available roles include a maitre d’, restaurant …

Agricultural Curators Q + A: Homestead Manor

Our family just keeps on growing, y’all… literally! We’re thrilled to welcome Casey and Joni McCarty to the A. Marshall clan, as the new agricultural curators at Homestead Manor–the freshest addition to our family of restaurants that will offer a unique farm-to-table dining experience. One …

{B I G} News: Homestead Development In The Works!

That Andy Marshall just NEVER stops moving! On the heels of earning a spot on the 2014 Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest growing companies, A. Marshall Family Foods (that’s us y’all) has plans to expand business once again with the purchase of the ca. 1819 …

Homestead Manor: A Magical Place

On March 5, 1863, the Battle of Thompson’s Station raged around a sweeping 50-acre property and one Williamson County plantation home. In spring 2013, Homestead Manor commemorated 150 years since the skirmish with its grand re-opening of the beautiful home–which is listed on the National …

Homestead Manor Re-opens This Thursday!

 On March 5, 1863, the Battle of Thompson’s Station raged around a sweeping 50-acre property and one Williamson County plantation home. On Thursday, May 2, Homestead Manor will commemorate 150 years since the skirmish with its grand re-opening as an event venue site from 6-9 …