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A Locavore’s Delight

Farm to Table Options in Fairfield County



Capellini with organic sauce and basil

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In the past years, the quality of our restaurant experiences has declined. In exchange for quick service and cheaper prices we have forgone the essential elements of eating out that remain timeless: Beautiful ambience pared with the best quality, freshness and healthfulness of the meal.

Recently a trend has blossomed in the hearts of many a restaurateur’s heart. Throughout the country restaurant owners are seeking out better options for where they source their food in order to secure a tastier menu. Chef’s are tired of settling for what food distributors can provide and instead connect with local farms for the freshest, healthiest and best tasting ingredients around. 

Around Fairfield County and beyond you can find many options for eating locally grown foods outside the constraints of your own kitchen:

Artisan

275 Old Post Rd, Southport, CT; (203) 307-4222

Dressing Room

27 Powers Court, Westport, CT; (203) 226-1114

Schoolhouse at Cannondale

34 Cannon Rd, Wilton CT; (203) 834-9816

Estia’s American

1020 Post Road, Brick Walkway, Darien, CT; (203) 202-7051

Elm Restauarant

73 Elm Street, New Canaan, CT; (203) 920-4994

Farmer’s Table

21 Forest Street, New Canaan, CT; (203) 594-7890

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