PLOW is temporarily suspending operations due to the hospitality worker shortage rampant throughout the state and the country. When we have enough employees to offer you amazing service, we'll be thrilled to open our doors again. If you'd like to work with us, grab an application on the jobs page of the website.
It started with a dream of living off the land in 2010, when our family purchased our Sun Prairie farm. In pursuit of that dream, we desire to be as directly connected to as much of the food we serve as possible. Locally sourced, locally grown -- that's our goal.
Plow's DNA is the building.
The village of Cambridge was founded in 1847.
In 1848 at this location,The Keys Grist and Saw Mill was built by A. B. Carpenter and Joseph Keys. The bones are still good!
Its time as a restaurant and market began
in the 90s and continues today.
Our specialties are slow smoked prime rib and pork roast. Keeping with Wisconsin tradition, we'll roll out an amazing Friday fish fry, and many other delights! We're developing an upgraded menu based on feedback from our first guests of the year. We're excited to learn as much as we can from you.
Reservations are strongly suggested. It allows us to give you the best possible service. Please note that if it rains, we will try to accomodate you inside - but may not be able to. Thanks for your understanding.
We love to cook for people who love food. Ask us about the farm and our operations. We love to talk about how we embrace the dirt-to-plate movement in Southern Wisconsin.
Due to a severe staffing crisis in the village, we are pausing briefly to locate, hire and train a professional staff. WE'LL BE BACK SOON.