Posts Tagged ‘restaurants’

Farming is all about personal relationships – the farmer’s relationship with the soil, plants and animals, the relationship between the soil, plants, animals, and weather, and the social relationships within and with the farm or farmers. We’re so fortunate to have made many meaningful and mutually beneficial relationships with local families, retail establishments and chefs.

This month, San Francisco will have a new opportunity to experience pork from Heart Arrow Ranch when Mister Jiu’s opens in Chinatown. See what Hoodline had to say about this exciting new project from chef Brandon Jew!

http://hoodline.com/2016/04/chinatown-s-eagerly-awaited-mister-jiu-s-to-open-april-12th

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The spring vegetable season is well underway, and we’re starting to sell produce locally, working with our community! Here are a couple restaurants where you will be able to find our tasty food dished up and served by talented chefs.

In Ukiah:

Patrona Restaurant at Standley Street and South State Street is starting to use our veggies! FYI, they carry the Goldens’ Coro Mendocino wine, too. I hear they will have outdoor seating this summer…

In San Francisco:

Opening this winter at 355 11th Street, Bar Agricole will be carrying our biodynamic food as well. Mendocino Organics and Bar Agricole are engaged in an RSA (Restaurant Supported Agriculture) relationship, whereby the restaurant has supported us before the season has started. We anticipate sourcing our meat there as well. As well as being in a sustainably renovated building and developing a biodynamic garden onsite, Bar Agricole will be supplying us with reuseable produce boxes. What’s not to love about the place already?

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