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Restaurants near Ashburn, VA
3000 K St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Owned by Founding Farmers and the North Dakota Farmers Union. The focus here is on sustainable farms, some local and some not. The menu is huge and includes everything from pizza to seafood.
2132 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008
In April 1999, Restaurant Nora became America's first certified organic restaurant, which means that 95% or more of their ingredients have been produced by certified organic growers and farmers. The menu includes several a la carte options and a four-course tasting menu for $66 (Vegetarian $61). The menu is carefully notated; organic wines are marked, as are the menu items that for one reason or another can't be certified organic.
1924 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20006
Owned by a collective of family farmers, this restaurant is D.C.'s first LEED (Gold) certified restaurant. Food is local and sustainable whenever possible. The dinner menu is huge, including handmade pasta and flatbreads, but the overall theme is American comfort food. Extensive wine, beer, and cocktail list.
555 8th St NW, Washington, DC 20001
Upscale local food in a building that was once the original 1841 General Post Office. Much of the produce comes from their organic rooftop garden, which includes fruit trees and asparagus. Local grass-fed beef, local fish, local pork chops.
110 S Pitt St, Alexandria, VA 22314
The Tasting Room features 5, 7, or 9 course prix fixe menus featuring local Virginia produce. The Bistro is somewhat less formal with an a la carte menu of French-inspired American food. Accommodations can be made for Vegetarian or Vegan guests if you inform them ahead of time. Featuring meat from Polyface Farm.
Middle St, Washington, VA 22747
The restaurant at The Inn at Little Washington has a whimsical, romantic dining room. Diners can choose between a four course fixed price a la carte menu, starting at $148 per person before beverages, or a tasting menu with wine pairings. Their relationships with local farmers go back 30 years. A member of Relais and Chateaux.
2010 Clipper Park Rd, Baltimore, MD 21211
The menu is divided into salads and cold plates, soups and warm plates, nose to tail, supper, and sides. Sources are clearly marked, including Rettland Farm Chicken n' Biscuits, Small Valley Spelt Noodles, and Tilghman Island Crab Cakes. There's an accessible but not dumbed down kids' menu, and they have gluten-free options. They also have a large selection of local wine and beer.
1000 Charles St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
All pastas at this Tuscan restaurant are made on site daily. The chef works with the farmer at nearby Friendly Cottage Farms to decide what to plant, so that he'll have it to use on his menus. The chicken and eggs are organic, and they make their own cannolis.
2811 Lincoln Hwy E, Ronks, PA 17572
Family-style "Smorgasbord" meals made with locally grown ingredients. Get soup, salad, and bread for $9.95 before 4pm, or the full Smorgarbord dinner for $23.95 which includes Entrees, Carving Station, Grilled Chef's Veggies, Signature Soups, Salads, Breads, Appetizer Station, and Miller's Bakery Fresh Desserts.
3121 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird in Hand, PA 17505
Enjoy a pass-the-plate Amish Farm Feast with locally sourced homestyle food. A la carte menus are also available, and the food is kid-friendly. The Feast is less than $20 per person.