Farm to Table Venues
Farm to table restaurants are growing in popularity around the country. We have compiled a list of wedding venues that will provide your guests with food that is as delicious as it is local and ecological.
630 Bedford Rd Tarrytown, NY 10591
No list of farm to table wedding venues could possibly exclude Blue Hill at Stone Barns. This is the epitome of farm to table. The restaurant is at Stone Barns, a farm in Sleepy Hollow, NY, about 40 minutes outside NYC. There is also a location in Manhattan, but for the true farm experience you cannot beat the Westchester location. The main dining room holds up to 125 guests, but you can also rent the whole place for up to 260 people. If someone is really looking for a farm to table wedding you can’t really get any better than this!
1108 Cortelyou Road (between Stratford & Westminster) Brooklyn, NY 11218
The Farm on Adderley is a farm to table restaurant located in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn. With menu items such as chickpea fritters and eggplant tempura you can be sure to impress your guests with fresh food grown locally; most of which comes from Brooklyn. They even have their own CSA! The whole place holds up to 110 guests.
261 Moore St. Brooklyn, NY 11206
When thinking of a location for a farm to table wedding, it is doubtful that Roberta’s Pizza would come to mind. A pizza place is certainly a unique wedding venue, but Roberta’s actually is completely farm to table. Actually, more like garden to table. All the food they cook is grown right in their garden. At your wedding, of up to 120, you will not see any chafing dishes because the food is cooked right as it is being served so there is no need to keep it warm.
1 Margaret Corbin Drive Fort Tryon Park New York, NY 10040
Located in Fort Tryon Park, home of the Cloisters, this Upper Manhattan venue serves only locally sourced food. You, and up to 150 guests, can enjoy the beautiful scenery that can almost make you forget you are in New York City, and the mountain location gives you a fantastic view of the George Washington Bridge and the Manhattan skyline. The couple who enjoys supporting local sources will feel even better knowing that 7% of all revenue is donated to the New York Restoration Project.
17 Orchard St New York, NY 10002
The Fat Radish is another Manhattan venue that is proud to serve locally sourced food. This is the smallest of all the venues; with seating for up to 70 guests. Most food comes right from the farms in upstate New York. The furthest of all their purveyors is located in MA.