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Copper Beech Inn Essex
4 mi
Fresh Salt Old Saybrook
4 mi
Saybrook Point Inn And Spa Old Saybrook
5 mi
La Belle Aurore Bistro Niantic
6 mi
Six Main Chester
9 mi
River Tavern Bistro Chester
9 mi
Restaurant Du Village Chester
9 mi
Lucca Wine Bar And Grill New London
11 mi
Jack's Place Cafe American, Café Farm to table Cafe serving pup fare with a twist, specials and breakfast sandwiches,muffins and parfaits ... Moodus
15 mi
Blue Door Restaurant Seafood Mystic
17 mi
Flood Tide Restaurant American Mystic
18 mi
River Walk Seafood Mystic
18 mi
Go Fish Seafood Mystic
18 mi
Water Street Cafe Modern Stonington
21 mi
Noah's Restaurant American, Modern Stonington
21 mi
Stonington Harbor Yacht Club Stonington
21 mi
Gmonkey mobile Farm-to-Street Durham
21 mi
Olympia Tea Room Westerly, RI
23 mi
It's Only Natural Middletown
23 mi
Ten Sandwiches Deli & Sandwiches Ten Sandwiches offers specialty sandwiches, homemade soups and desserts, organic fair trade coffees and t... Westerly, RI
23 mi
The Misquamicut Club American The Misquamicut Club is a private country club located in Westerly, RI. Westerly, RI
23 mi
Ocean House Located in Watch Hill, Rhode Island, the Ocean House focuses on classically inspired farm-to-table cuisin... Watch Hill, RI
24 mi
Vesta Bakery Westerly, RI
25 mi
Seawell Seafood Pawcatuck
25 mi
Mermaid Cafe Café Westerly, RI
25 mi
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Each of these restaurants makes an effort to source fresh seasonal ingredients purchased directly from local farms and producers.
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Buying locally grown food takes both commitment and flexibility: weather can be unpredictable, fresh foods are seasonal, and the coordination of deliveries directly with farmers takes a bit more time and dedication. Yet in return, these businesses offer their customers the freshest, most flavorful foods available. Nothing beats a peach ripened in Connecticut sunshine or basil picked just hours before it found its way into your entree.

Ask what's local on the menu and where it came from! Your patronage of these businesses encourages their continued commitment to local farmers. Spread the word! Locally grown food tastes better!