Good food should tell a story. It's a tale of time and place that weaves together the relationship between our growers, producers, staff and patrons. We're commited to knowing and liking our purveyors so we source most of our product from our home state. If we can't get things here like coffee, chocolate and spices, we work closely with folks to procure the finest goods from people with the same values as us. With all of those great foods we then butcher, pickle, ferment, smoke, and cure all in house. Some call us old fashioned, but we know cooking good food just takes time.