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Good News Cafe Modern, Bistro Woodbury
3 mi
Aspen Restaurant And Bar Old Saybrook
6 mi
White Peach Restaurant New Milford
11 mi
Woodward House Bethlehem
11 mi
Green Granary New Milford
11 mi
The Pantry Washington Depot
12 mi
La Zingara Italian Bethel
12 mi
G.W. Tavern Washington Depot
12 mi
Bongo and Capacci Fresh Pasta And Ravioli Watertown
12 mi
Winvian Morris
15 mi
Stanziatos Wood Fired Pizza Danbury
15 mi
Community Table Washington
16 mi
Whistle Stop Bakery Ridgefield
18 mi
Ross' Bread Bakery Ridgefield
19 mi
Miya's Sushi Japanese New Haven
19 mi
Brendan's At The Elms American, Tavern We are located right on Main St. in Ridgefield, CT. The Chef/Owner is Brendan Walsh who strongly support... Ridgefield
19 mi
Blue State Coffee New Haven
20 mi
Caseus Bistro And Fromagerie New Haven
20 mi
Basta Trattoria New Haven
20 mi
Claire's Corner Copia New Haven
20 mi
Chestnut Fine Foods New Haven
20 mi
Judies European Bakery Café New Haven
20 mi
Bespoken New Haven
20 mi
Schoolhouse At Cannondale Bistro Wilton
21 mi
Tollgate Tavern American, Tavern At the Tollgate Tavern, our goal is to bring you approachable New American cuisine using fresh, vibrant, ... Litchfield
21 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!