The Farm-To-Table movement has grown considerably and, over the past five years, has made its way to South Florida. The philosophy behind the movement is simple: when possible, it’s healthier and better to eat organic, locally-grown foods.
One of the great things about the Palm Beaches is that we have a variety of plants and animals that are grown and raised here, so it’s the perfect location for Farm-to-Table restaurants. Here are a few of our favorites.
The Cooper is a popular Palm Beach Gardens restaurant that specializes in the finest foods and beverages sourced whenever possible from local farms, food artisans, small-batch distillers and craft brewers. The restaurant bills itself as providing a warm, upscale dining experience, mixing sustainable seasonal dishes with an innovative take on classic American cuisine.
Buccan is a hip, upscale-casual cafe that specializes in a lot of locally grown foods. While the restaurant is by no means fully Farm-to-Table the menu is sure to include a number of locally grown options.
Farmer’s Table offers what they call “feel-good food.” The restaurant sources exceptionally clean ingredients from the best local farms and seeks to make dishes that are nutritious and nourishing to the body, while still providing flavor satisfaction.