• These Restaurateurs Say the Secret to Better Food Is Buying the Farm

    6 monthes ago - By Eater

    The risks and rewards of owning the land and livestock Farm tools completely cover the back wall at Blenheim Restaurant in New York City's West Village. It's the kind of rakes-and-axes-on-reclaimed-barn-wood installation that's become a hallmark of restaurants that bill themselves as farm-to-table.
    The genre is now so ubiquitous that it prompts eye rolls. False advertising, as the Tampa Bay Times reported in 2016 , is rampant in restaurants that promise to source each precious tomato from a vine growing nearby. But in Blenheim's case, the display doesn't do justice to the in-house farm...
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