Meet Our Farmers

In the South, we are kept up at night remembering our grandmother’s fried chicken, our mother’s biscuits and gravy, the taste of a peach fresh off the tree in July and the smell of boiled peanuts as we pass by a roadside stand after a day of fishing with our grandfather. We crave and dream about our food, attaching it to memories of childhood, friends, and family. The food and drinks we consume are not only for nourishment but is an experience that bonds friends and family. Thank you for dining at The Mill Kitchen & Bar and becoming part of our family.

The Mill Kitchen & Bar prides itself on providing an overall positive experience for every guest. From our culinary excellence to our carefully selected wine menu and hand-crafted cocktails, we will fulfill all your needs. Our Executive Chef Flynn McClanahan sources all ingredients from local farmers and purveyors in order to preserve your “Farm to Fork” experience.

Anson Mills, South Carolina – Carolina Gold Rice & Ancient Grains

Handmade Mill Goods from Organic Heirloom Grains

Sweet Grass Dairy, Georgia – Thomasville Tomme, Asher Bleu Cheese, & Green Hill Camembert

Cheese Makers in the American South 

Levity Farms, Georgia – Arugula & Lettuce

From the ground up.

Heritage Farms, North Carolina – Pork

  • All natural, minimally processed
  • Humanly raised
  • Grown naturally
  • Fed only wholesome grains without animal by-products
  • No antibiotics
  • No artificial ingredients or chemical preservatives
  • No hormones or artificial growth promoters
  • Exceeds NCC guidelines for animal welfare 

Stone Creek Farm’s, Georgia – Hydroponic Bibb Lettuce

Premium hydroponically grown lettuces, fresh and ready eat! 

Herndon Farms, Georgia – Vidalia Onions

See what family farming is all about!

Sparkman’s Cream Valley, GA – Milk


Baker Family Farms, Georgia – Collard Greens

Family Farming Fresh To Your Table. 

Sunny Creek Farms, NC – Cherry Tomatoes

We are a family owned and operated sprout farm in the Western North Carolina foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. 

Pero Family Farms, Georgia – Green Beans

Always farm fresh from our family farm to yours 

Enchanted Springs, Georgia – Trout

Blue Ridge, GA. Pure mountain water from the Shining Rock Wilderness area of Pisgah National Forest

Jimmy Nix Farms, North Carolina – Asian Pear & Apples

Family farm locally owned and operated for 30 years growing the finest quality apples, peaches, and blackberries.

Scott Farms, North Carolina – Sweet Potato

A sixth generation family farm 

Southern Valley, Georgia – Bell Peppers, Cabbage & Cucumber

Taste The Valley

Paul Piazza & Son, Louisiana – Shrimp

Premium Wild American Shrimp

Heywood’s Provision, Marietta Georgia – Bacon, Ham, Andouille, & Tasso

Butcher shop providing local, sustainable and organic meats 

Marjac Farms, Georgia – Chicken

Our mission is to provide the highest quality products with an absolute commitment to customer service.

H&F Bread Company, Georgia – Bread

Fresh every day.

Udderly Cool Dairy, Georgia – Pepper Jack

Made by hand in small batches 

Pioneer Growers, North Carolina – Corn

The farmers of Pioneer grow only the traditionally bred super sweet varieties 

West Coast Mushrooms, Florida – Mushrooms 

Alice Mills, Roswell, Georgia – Grits & Cornmeal Stone Ground

A decidedly old-fashioned approach 

Stone Mountain Cattle Co., Georgia – Ground Beef & Steaks

Georgia’s finest purveyor of premium all-natural, dry-aged beef. 

L&R Farms, Georgia – Eggs

“Farm Fresh Eggs From Our Own Layers”

Fresh Origins, Florida – Micro Greens

Fresh Origins Farm is America’s leading producer of Microgreens and Edible Flowers! In addition, we grow Petite®Greens. 

We order produce that reflects the seasons so our vegetables change regularly. Here are some examples of things we may be serving during each season.

  • Spring/Fall: lettuces, snow peas, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Collards, English peas, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Mustard greens, Parsley, Radish, Spinach, Turnip, Beets and others
  • Summer: Beans, Corn, Cucumber, Eggplant, Melons, Okra, Peppers, Pumpkins, Southern peas, Summer squash, Sweet potatoes, Tomatoes
  • Winter: Cooking greens, winter squashes ( butternut, acorn, ext)