Tenderhill Restaurant offers organic, locally sourced dishes at a reasonable price. It can be described as a "New American Restaurant", or "fusion" cuisine. Exciting dishes like "beet terrine with burnt orange coulis, citrus ricotta, beet green pesto and foraged purslane" are now casually available in Readington! Tenderhill is currently open for lunch, with plans for expanded hours. It is the result of renovations to the Flying Milk Bar, which burned down several years ago. Stop in to support this exciting dining option at 405 U.S. Hwy 22 East.
New Businesses Opening in Whitehouse Station: Coffee Roaster, Farm to Table Dining, Home Brew Supplies
Business in Whitehouse Station is diversifying with the addition of Black River Roasters and Tenderhill Restaurant, both located west of 523 on County Road 22, and Brew Hardware located on Main Street.
Black River Roasters sells organic, fair-trade and shade-grown certified coffee roasted right there on-site that you can purchase by the cup or the pound. They have a spacious and welcoming cafe, with a large-screen TV, where you can relax with your cup of brew and a baked good. To make your experience complete, they also sell organic fair-trade chocolate made in Vermont. Stop in to learn about where their coffee comes from and how it gets to your cup in a sustainable and ethical way. They are located at 424 U.S. Hwy 22 West.
Brew Hardware offers ingredients, equipment and advice for homebrewers. The company stocks an assortment of items available for sale on their website, while providing a retail store front for customers to come in and peruse. Brew Hardware will also customize pots and kegs for those in need of vessel renovation. And if you're not a homebrewer yet, you can become one by attending classes offered at the store! Stop in to stock up or to learn a new hobby at 135 Main Street.
Profeta Farms: A Model for Sustainable Agriculture
Profeta Farms has a mission to "change the way organic food is produced" by offering meat and produce directly from the farm to consumers. They grow, harvest, prepare and package all of the food on-site at the farm, which not only allows customers to support local agriculture, but to also verify farm practices and rest assured that their food was produced sustainably and humanely.
Along with seasonal produce, Profeta offers pork, chicken and beef. They are located at the corner of Summer Rd., at 803 U.S. Hwy 202. Support local agriculture that takes care of the land by shopping at Profeta Farms! Visit them on the web at http://www.profetafarms.com/.
A Member Farm Tour is scheduled by the Northeast Organic Farming Association on August 5th to showcase Profeta Farms as an organic and sustainable farm. Space is limited and only available to NOFA-NJ members. Information on becoming a member is available at http://www.nofanj.org/members_join.htm.
July 25, 2015