Thank you Feather Oaks for the opportunity to start planting and growing some of our very own produce! Please contact us at email@example.com if you are interested in volunteering to help us with our garden!
Valentines Day Menu 2014
Turnip and Apple Bisque, Sage and Chili Oils, Spiced Pumpkin Seeds
Local Citrus, Florida Aquifer, 2014
Gulf Scallops, Caraway Risotto, Crispy Shiitake, Smokey Bacon, House Mustard
Domaine Pouillon, Deux, Chard/Viogner, 2011
Array of Local Lettuces, Fresh Grapefruit and Tangerine, Par-Cel, Herbed Farm Cheese, Florida Blood Orange Vinaigrette
Folk Machine, Chenin Blanc, 2012
Moore Pigs Pork Chop, Turkey Hill Satsuma Glaze,Hash of Seminole Squash and Kale, Cracklings, Pan Jus
Zhoo Zhoo, Claret 2006
Pear Tart, Meyer Lemon Whipped Cream, Mint Infused Tupelo Honey
Schramsberg, Sparkling Chardonnay, 2009
Wine dinner this Wednesday! We will be taking walk-ins, and here is our menu:
Poached Gulf Shrimp with Garnet & Gold Grits, Chopped Bacon & Lemon Thyme Jus to start, followed by Local Mixed Green Salad with Shaved Fennel, Radishes, Celery and House-made Farm Cheese, KBH Pecans and Satsuma Vinaigrette.
Next up will be Seared Orchard Pond Filet with Golden Turnip Puree, Florida Green Beans and Red Wine Demi-Glaze. For dessert will be Orchard Pond Sweet Potato Cheesecake with Vanilla Whipped Cream and a Ginger-Infused Sopchoppy Cane Syrup Drizzle. Come check us out!
We’re back from our break and excited about the year ahead. First up, we’re looking forward to our next Wine Dinner on January 22nd. Reservation only. Call 597-7419 to book your spot! Happy New Year!
Part of our mission as a restaurant is to contribute to national agricultural sustainability.
Corn is one of the most problematic crops grown in the US. This industrial monoculture has wide-spread consequences for humans, factory farmed animals and the environment. We are very proud to offer local Creek Indian heirloom corn from Chiefland, Florida. Grown on 200 acres, secluded in the middle of cattle ranch land with no pollination from GMO crops.
It might not be very cold in Tallahassee, but we’re still celebrating the holiday season with new menu items and new twists on old favorites! As always, we source our ingredients as local as possible, and insist on organic and sustainable practices, and the highest standards of animal welfare.