Heritage Hollow Farms, Sperryville, VA Bringing beef, pork and lamb to our tables. Heritage Hollow Farms operates with the intention to be responsible stewards of the land; promote diversity through ecologically sound practices; and to raise food with integrity. The pastures are managed in calculated harmony with the soil and weather; livestock are treated with respect and gratitude; and the farm business as a whole is viewed through holistic management practices to create long-term sustainability.
Ayrshire Farm, Upperville, VA Bringing chicken, beef, and pork to our tables. Ayrshire’s mission is to bring livestock and crop production to both self-sufficiency and profitability. There is a commitment to achieving these goals using Certified Humane, certified organic, sustainable farming methods, specializing in rare and endangered breed, livestock and heirloom fruits and vegetables.
Tuscarora Organic Cooperative, Hustontown, PA TOG has always been at the forefront of the “Buy Fresh, Buy Local” trend, well before it was trendy. TOG has long since set the standard by marketing only organically certified produce. It is owned by the farmers it serves. They have growers as small as 2 acres and as much as 60 acres. The average farm is managing 200-300 acres of organic ground for fruits and vegetables. Their main emphasis is on fresh, locally grown, organically grown foods.
Quarter Branch Farm, Lovettsville, VA Certified Naturally Grown Produce. They grow salad greens and vegetables. They believe in supporting and building the soil biology, creating a farm that is truly sustainable.
Wildwood’s Hickory Syrup, Berryville, VA Joyce and Travis Miller provide us with Wildwood’s Hickory Syrup produced from the bark of the hickory tree. They forage in local woods for the bark of the shagbark hickory tree, which sheds its bark naturally.
Cornucopia Farm, Purcellville, VA Chestnuts – John and Diane planted drought resistant hybrid chestnut trees, with some chestnut seedlings from Thomas Jefferson’s historic chestnut grove.
amFOG Farms, Afton, VA Gourmet mushrooms, shiitake, maitake and oyster mushroom varieties.
Black Dog Coffee, Shenandoah Junction, WV The secret to great coffee is in the bean! Specialty Grade coffees from around the world, roasted in small batches with fanatic care.
Georges Mill Artisan Cheese, Lovettsville, VA A small family farm producing handmade artisanal cheese using milk from their herd of Alpine dairy goats.
J.Q. Dickinson Salt-Works, Malden, WV A 7th generation salt-making family produces brilliantly clean, artisanal salt – harvested by hand, from an ancient ocean trapped below the Appalachian Mountains of the Kanawha Valley in West Virginia.
Sea to Table, Brooklyn, NY Sea to Table builds on the early Tobago Wild model by seeking out sustainable fisheries needing better access to markets, creating a direct connection between fishermen and chefs.
Whiffletree Farm, Warrenton, VA Chickens and pigs. Intensive rotational grazing creates the best environment for their animals, improving the fertility of the land and results in the most nutritious meat. They are fed without any genetically modified ingredients.
Martin’s Angus Beef, The Plains, VA Bill and Holly are passionate about their cattle and the beef they produce. Their cattle are raised in the rolling pastures of the Piedmont Valley of Virginia and are fed grass and grain grown and managed on the farm. No growth hormones are fed at any time.
While visiting the restaurant, you may want to plan to visit the many attractions in Loudoun County or Frederick, Maryland. Make it a day or overnight!
Lost Creek Vineyard and Winery
North Gate Vineyard
Glen Manor Vineyards
Castle Hill Cider
Lost Rhino Brewing Company
Catoctin Creek Distilling Company
Bed and Breakfast Close to Us
Georges Mill Bed and Breakfast
Stone Manor, Lovettsville
Visit Loudoun is great resource for wineries, places to visit, overnight stays