We pay careful attention to where our food comes from, and pass that attention to detail on to you. When we buy from local farmers, we pay them a fair price for their products, whether it is a dewey head of lettuce or pasture raised chickens. Many of our farmers are not receiving government subsidies to produce their animals or vegetables, so their end product is more expensive, but we believe that the care with which they produce their vegetables and raise their animals outweighs the cheap price of the mass marketed conventional vegetables or the factory farmed meat that most stores and restaurants are selling. There is a story and a face behind the food that we serve you. We know our farmers, we know that they take care of their land, their animals & their plants. We want you to know them, too.

Our Producers change as the seasons change. We also source from several artisan producers that are doing things the way they should be done. This is where we are buying from these days.

Sundance Farm, Danielsville

DaySpring Farms, Danielsville 

Woodland Gardens, Winterville

Darby Farms, Good Hope

Mills Farm, Hull

Hadden Farms, Gibson

Hickory Hill Farm, Carlton

Full Moon Cooperative, Watkinsville

Diamond Hill Farm, Hull

The Pastures of Rose Creek, Watkinsville

Front Field Farm, Winterville

Anderson Farms, Comer

1000 Faces Coffee, Athens

H & F Bread Co., Atlanta

Il Gelato, Watkinsville