Farmer's Table Restaurant began nearly thirty years ago near the corner of Taft Hill and Elizabeth, in a stand-alone building anchoring the southern end of the King Soopers shopping center. This building, at 1035 South Taft Hill Road, initially housed a convenience store. After a few years, the space was converted into a Mexican restaurant, but somewhere along the line, the theme changed to down-home cooking, and the Farmer's Table was born. Virgil Cline owned and presided over the Farmer's Table for many years. Originally open from pre-dawn to late in the evening, Virgil decided to cut the hours back and just serve breakfast and lunch.