If you’re a health conscious eater who wants to know exactly where their food is coming from, you should head up to Vermont. Tucked away in a small rural town lies a quaint upscale restaurant called the Williamsville Eatery. This place looks, feels, and tastes fresh. That’s because nearly all of their ingredients (produce, meats, grains, poultry.. you name it!) come straight from local farms, some of which are right down the road! And these aren’t your commercial farms – the Eatery carefully selects family suppliers that are practicing sustainable and natural farming. Check out their complete supplier list and learn about their own sustainable efforts.
We hear the “Farm-to-Table” concept thrown around a lot, but this is as real as it gets.
To prove they’re the real deal, they’ve developed seasonal menus which vary based on the ingredients their farm suppliers provide. Their late summer entrees were fantastic and loaded with organic veggies. We went with a large group and were able to get a taste of several different delicately plated but hearty entrees: Farmhouse meatballs, Atlantic salmon salad, and unbelievable tacos loaded with slow roasted pork.
Even their beverages are locally based! They feature Whetstone Ciderworks on tap – hard cider made by Maris’ sister and brother-in-law! See us helping Whetstone create their hard cider from scratch!
If you come to the Williamsville Eatery, you’ll be feeding your body the right way, which in and of itself is worth every penny.