A new indoor-outdoor 450 eatery called The Growers will open its doors in Worrigee on November, 21.
The casual diner and bar will be located below Worrigee Sports.
The venue plans to showcase region's agricultural producers, wineries, fromageries and breweries.
The Growers has brought in American born head chef Patrick Haney, who worked at Sydney's Opera Bar for two years, before he gained his first head chef role at Cruise Bar in Circular Quay.
The menu will comprise a selection of shared dishes with some featuring oysters from Greenwell Point and Batemans Bay and chef Patrick will also work closely with local producers Pines, Eden Smokehouse and Milton Beef, among many others.
The drinks list will also include regional procuders Jervis Bay Brewing Co, BentSpoke Canberra, spirits hailing from Distillery Botanica in Erina NSW, and a curated wine list that showcases boutique and local wineries.
The eatery will feature multiple dining areas and enclosed events spaces. There is an large outdoor garden area that includes seating, a fire pit, kid's play areas, and kiosk which will offer a limited weekend menu with ingredients from the venue's kitchen garden. The design includes plenty of space for social distancing.
Chef Patrick Haney said he was thrilled to be opening The Growers this November.
"The NSW South Coast is a region rich with produce and history and The Growers will continue to tell these stories, cementing its place as a leading food, beverage and event destination," he said.
"As we head into the school and Christmas holidays, The Growers is the perfect pit stop for lunch if you are passing through, or an ideal location for those in the Shoalhaven region over summer."