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Chef Graham Dodds Resurfaces at Far-Flung Farm To Table Restaurant

You’ll have to head all the way to Celina to check it out

A rendering of The Farm Stand Cafe & Market in Celina
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After shuttering his Lower Greenville eatery Wayward Sons earlier this year, Chef Graham Dodds has managed to stay busy. Now, the chef will join a new farm-adjacent eatery all the way up in Celina.

Dodds is in charge of developing the menu for The Farm Stand Cafe & Market, a restaurant that will open inside Celina’s Light Farms. The menu will serve up fresh ingredients sourced from local farms, and an adjacent market will offer a selection of coffee, cheeses, meats, organic produce, and snacks, also largely sourced from local purveyors.

It’s a good fit for the farm-obsessed chef, who also helped develop the menu for Quincy’s Chicken Shack in Coppell after the closure of Wayward Sons. On the market side, a sourcing manager with experience at Central Market and meal kit delivery service Blue Apron will be in charge of curating the selection of take-home goods.

The Farm Stand is expected to make its debut in Celina in Fall 2017.

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