The Garrison’s bar dates back to the 1880s and was sourced from Pennsylvania. Those looking to imbibe can choose from eight high-brow cocktails inspired by The Ozark Mill’s intricate machinery.

Here’s a menu—and atmosphere—ready for your palate.

This article is presented in partnership with Finley Farms.

Located on the banks of the Finley River in the heart of Ozark, Missouri, Finley Farms is restoring and reimagining the historic Ozark Mill property to create a sprawling, nature-based gathering place and farm-forward dining destination.

Its highly anticipated fine dining restaurant, The Garrison, opened on July 1. Tucked away beneath The Ozark Mill, The Garrison features elegant shareable plates and high-brow cocktails inspired by The Ozark Mill’s intricate machinery. The menu, filled with seafood, steaks and curiosities such as bison tartare, showcases 17 types of organically-grown produce from the property’s farm.

Beyond a unique dining experience, The Garrison offers a rich Ozarks history lesson and unmatched atmosphere that celebrates the area’s folklore, traditions and quirks. The candlelit hideout features heirlooms from Ozark’s famed Riverside Inn restaurant and artwork by its original proprietor, Howard Garrison.

A cozy patio space lined with fire pits offers additional seating and unmatched views of the Finley River, mill pond dam and the historic Riverside Bridge. Large parties can reserve The Pantry, a private dining room located right next to The Garrison’s kitchen. The unique, European-inspired dining experience allows guests to be part of the back-of-house hustle and bustle while providing a more intimate experience.

Reservations are incredibly limited and can be made 30 days in advance. Browse the upscale menu and reserve your spot at

Along with seafood, steaks and curiosities, The Garrison’s menu features a variety of after dinner drinks and desserts including rosemary pound cake.