Kindred + Pumpkin Patch | A Day in Davidson

This past Saturday we drove up to Davidson, to try out a new restaurant (see the full post on my foodie blog) and to take in some crisp fall weather. We also made some other stops along the way.

First up Kindred.

This building bought by the husband and wife who own and run the place is 104 years old.
The building is 104 years old and located on Davidson’s Main St.
The interior of the first floor of the restaurant.
The interior of the first floor of the restaurant.
One of the things I liked about this restaurant from the start was that they are willing to work with your food allergies...
One of the things I liked about this restaurant from the start was that they are willing to work with your food allergies…
I ordered the Gnocchi in Tomato Sauce and the Seared Chicken.
I ordered the Gnocchi in Tomato Sauce and the Plancha Seared Chicken.
Mum went with the Avocado & Green Goddess Sandwich with Frites.
Mum went with the Avocado & Green Goddess Sandwich with Frites.

After lunch we headed up to pick up a piece of art (to be shared about towards Christmas) that we’ve been working on purchasing this year. Then back up to the Pumpkin Patch we spotted on the way…

Two toned pumpkins...
Two toned pumpkins…
Standard Pumpkins...
Standard Pumpkins…
Pretty and already decorated for you pumpkins...
Pretty and already decorated for you pumpkins…

What I like the most about Davidson is it has so much character. The interesting restaurants, Saturday Farmer’s Market, Art on the Green, and people walking their dogs along Main Street. Definitely a nice get away for the day without too much of a drive.

~theavidpen

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