Welcome to the Cotton Exchange where a unique blend of history, culinary excellence and foremost hospitality invite you to experience casual dining.
Built in 1881 by the Kempken family, the original historic barn was of the most modern styling in its day. Destroyed by fire, it was lovingly rebuilt with hand-hewn 12″ x 12″ wooden beams on the existing fieldstone. After surviving over 100 years of change, the historic structure was recently acquired by the Foster family.
Known for their long standing tradition of providing unsurpassed southern cuisine and hospitality, the Cotton Exchange is the culmination of their decades of experience. Featuring casual dining daily, dining in the Silo or Cotton patch for small groups and the elegance of The Plantation Room Banquet Hall for large festivities, its rich history and old world charm add their own warm ambiance to every nook.
Enjoy your sojourn with us today and always.