Here at The Miccosukee Root Cellar we are passionate about supporting local farms and serving fresh naturally-grown food to this community.  We advocate for sustainability and bio-diversity and foster a gathering space to support local producers, farmers, artists and musicians.

WRC-157We opened the Miccosukee Root Cellar in 2011 as a way to showcase the abundant and beautiful foods grown by our local farms.  Owner Ruben Fields’ parents run Turkey Hill Farm, a biodynamic and sustainable small farm on Tallahassee’s east side.  Our frequently changing menu reflects the bounty of Turkey Hill and other small farms in the area.


Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Reservations: We do not take reservations.
    • If you wish to call us 15-30 minutes before arrival, we’ll happily give you an idea of our current wait times (if any).  On weeknights we typically do not have a wait.  On weekends, during peak business hours (6:30-8:30), we may have a wait of up to an hour.  We have a small seating area to accommodate those who choose to wait, and we will happily serve drinks to those waiting.
    • At least half of your party must be on-site in order to be seated or added to the wait-list.
  • Large Parties: On weekdays we can accommodate parties of up to ten people.  Large parties may be given a limited menu to assure quality and timely service.  Because of our small space, on weekends and during busy nights we can accommodate parties of up to six people.
  • Live Music:  We have live music on Fridays and Saturdays, 8-10 PM.  Please see our Music Calendar using the tab above, or follow us on Facebook.
  • Talent Booking: rootcellarbooking@gmail.com
  • Catering, On/Off-site: rootcellarbooking@gmail.com



For Volunteer Opportunities with local farms email miccosukeerootcellar@gmail.com





Check out the Red Hills Online Market for your weekly produce needs.  There’s a new and exciting selection each week, open for shopping from 6 AM Sundays to 6 AM Wednesdays, with pickups/deliveries on Thursdays.

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