Williamsville Eatery
Williamsville Eatery

Ingredients & Producers

We’re inspired by the culinary tradition of seasonality. We spend time sourcing ingredients and enjoy work- ing with our producers to bring the best product to your table.

Our beef and pork comes from Adams Farm in Wilmington, Vermont. Their animals are pasture raised, without the use of antibiotics or hormones. Most of our local produce is grown using sustainable farming practices, without the use of pesticides or herbicides. We use organic tomatoes in our pizza sauce and our wheat flours are organically grown and milled in Vermont.

In addition to what we personally grow and forage for the Eatery, here are some of the farms we’ve been working with directly, as well as folks whose products and ingredients we use:

Adams Farm, Wilmington, VT — pasture raised beef and pork
Arena Israel and Denny White (Oak and Elm Farm) Williamsville, VT — organically grown salad greens, heirloom tomatoes, garlic, sunchokes, gerkins, husk cherries
Black River Produce, North Springfield, VT — organic and conventional produce, spices, vinegar, olives, imported cheese, etc.
Black River Meats, North Springfield, VT — New England raised, hormone and antibiotic free bacon
Brattleboro Food Co-Op, Brattleboro, VT — organic coffee, organic tea, organic tofu, organic dried fruit, etc.
Cabot Creamery, Cabot, VT — butter, sour cream, cream cheese
Deer Ridge Farm, Townshend, VT — organically grown vegetables
Dutton’s Farm Stand, Newfane, VT — vegetables
Fat Rabbit Farm, Warwick MA — organically and pasture raised rabbits
Firebelly Farm, Brookline, VT — organically grown vegetables
Full Sun Company, Middlebury, VT — non-GMO, cold-pressed, unrefined canola oil
Grafton Village Cheese, Brattleboro, VT — raw milk cheddar cheese
Great Hill Dairy, Marion, MA — raw milk blue cheese
Harlow Farm, Westminster, VT — organic vegetables
High Goose Farm, East Dover, VT — organically raised eggs
Maplebrook Farm, Bennington, VT — fresh mozzarella and burrata
Mi Tierra, Hadley, MA — corn tortillas made with heirloom, non-GMO corn
Nitty Gritty Farm, Charlotte, VT — organic Vermont grown and milled wheat flours
North End Butcher, Brattleboro VT — San Daniele prosciutto PDO (Protected Designation of Origin)
Olli Salumeria, Mechanicsville, Virginia — all-natural salame
Steve Jones, South Newfane, VT — maple syrup from Newfane area sugarbush
Thomas Dairy, Rutland, VT — milk, cream, half & half
UNFI (United Natural Foods, Inc.), West Chesterfield, NH — organic canned tomatoes, organic polenta, organic seeds, dried organic fruit, etc.
Vermont Artisinal Cellars, White River Junction, VT— wine
Vermont Bean Crafters, Waitsfield, VT — organic black beans
Vermont Creamery, Websterville, VT — goat cheese, mascarpone
Vermont Gelato, Brattleboro, VT — gelato
Windham Farm and Food Network, Brattleboro, VT — organically grown vegetables
Vermont Smoke and Cure, Hinesburg, VT — smoked pepperoni

 

Environment

We’re mindful about our waste and do what we can to minimize it. All kitchen and dining room food scraps are fed to the pigs at Riversong Farm in South Newfane, Vermont. There are no disposable plastic or paper items on your table. All glass, cardboard, metal, plastic, and paper is recycled. These efforts result in our producing minimal waste for each night of service.

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