Fresh, delicious food prepared daily with organic and locally sourced ingredients.
What We Believe
We buy as much inventory as possible from New England farms and suppliers. This practice doesn’t just support the New England farm economy, it lessens the impact on our environment by reducing the miles travelled. This also ensures that our ingredients are fresh and delicious. New England is full of beautiful and bountiful farms and in the months to come, we will be working hard to establish relationships with more local food growers, producers, and livestock farmers.
We want to honor the integrity of the food we serve so we never prepare it with artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Our kitchen doesn’t use hydrogenated oils, microwave ovens, or non-stick surfaces. In most cases, our marinades, dressings and sauces are made right in our own kitchen.
The Environmental Working Group publishes an annual list of produce that poses the highest concentration of pesticides; they call this list ‘The Dirty Dozen’. These items will always be organic in our kitchen. In the event that we can’t find one of these listed ingredients grown organically, we simply won’t use it. This practice may slightly limit our menu, but we believe it’s worth it.
Our organic product list doesn’t end there; The Dirty Dozen is just the starting point. Most of the spices and grains we use are organic and many other produce items are as well.
We are working hard to develop relationships with livestock farmers who raise their animals ethically and without cruel living conditions. We strive to find animals raised with the best possible diet. We will never use meats that were raised with hormones or antibiotics.
Some of our poultry and eggs come from New Hampshire farms that allow their birds to wander freely and forage for food. These birds produce beautiful rich eggs and meat products.