As a lot enjoyable as processed meals could be, it ought to come to the shock of no-one that meals tastes greatest when it is made with, you already know, meals, ideally straight from the place the place the meals comes from. That is why we partnered with Bolthouse Farms to highlight a few of the greatest farm-to-table in SF.
Nostril to tail butchery signifies that they’re utilizing each a part of the grass-fed, organically grown, regionally raised meat for dishes like their rum-soaked rib eye or the porcini and occasional crusted New York strip. And because it lives a more healthy life than you do, you could be positive it is scrumptious. Hit up Bluestem Brasserie from now via Wed, Nov 20, and stroll away with a free bottle of Bolthouse Farms juice — observe this map to get the products
Bar Tartine may supply its substances from inside California, however the dishes they make with it — drawing from an not possible Venn diagram of Japanese, Scandanavian, and Japanese European influences — exhibits that retaining issues regional is not any extra a limitation than an “are you 21?” subject for an grownup website.
Beast and The Hare
The place’s the meat? And the remainder of the tasty protein sources? It is at Beast and The Hare, together with duck hen, marrow, veal, pork stomach, and lots of, many many different instantiations of their meat-to-table philosophy
They’re named after the principal that every one their meals is sourced from inside a 100 mile radius. The one deviation from that rule? The faucet water.
Flour + Water
Flour + Water’s all about making actual Italian meals, which apparently doesn’t contain cans of dinosaur-shaped pasta. What it does imply: utilizing one of the best sustainably sourced substances, from the lettuce to the cheese to the wooden used to warmth their oven. Sure, even the wooden’s farm recent.
The perfect farm to desk eating places have a good relationship with the locations they get their meals from. Namu Gaji is run by three brothers who supply their meals from the farm they really personal. Relationships? Until all of them get amnesia and neglect their very own names, they’re doing fairly good on that rely.
Their honey is made on the roof. Their greens are farmed on the fourth flooring terrace utilizing a course of known as aquaponics, which includes fish feeding the crops in a manner we won’t describe right here. If Sweet Crush have been Farm Crush, these guys could be like 50 ranges forward of you.
Cooks Sarah and Evan Wealthy are so deeply concerned within the sourcing of their meals, they’ll most likely inform you the nickname of the pig that offered your pork stomach. Hopefully the nickname was Pig Newton.
Their menu is beholden to the day’s sustainable catch/harvest, so these sardines you like at some point is perhaps gone the subsequent. However with a plethora of small plates (and a few of the greatest oysters in SF), you are not going to depart brokenhearted and empty bellied.