CLEVELAND, OH — The city of Cleveland has a lot of restaurants. Unlike many others, farm-to-table restaurants source their ingredients fresh from local farms. Here are some farm-to-table restaurants in Cleveland.
Urban Farmer Steakhouse
The Urban Farmer Steakhouse sources its ingredients from local ranches, farms and fisheries. The fresh ingredients they got built more sophisticated steaks.
The restaurant serves a lot of steaks. They have Ohio Proud bone-in grain-finished ribeye, butternut squash soup with hazelnut, Frangelico, spiced cream and pumpkin bread. They also have cocktails and brunches, including farm-fresh eggs, meats and produce.
Spice Kitchen + Bar
The Spice Kitchen + Bar sources its ingredients from its own farm in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. They serve Ohio cuisines, including fried Lake Erie Creamery cheese curds and a house-made pickle board, beef burger with smoked onion jam, sugar smack bacon and coriander fries. They also serve mushroom beignets and local cheese and charcuterie plates, soups and salads, as well as wood-grilled bok choy to share with a group. They also have a selection of entrées including Tea Hills chicken leg confit and braised beet “bourguignon”.
Forage Public House
Forage Public House offers a lot of vegan and non-vegan dishes. They serve crispy vegan cauliflower or a butcher’s board, grilled Amish chicken tacos, BLT made with maple-cured pork belly, or slow-braised beef brisket and potato hash. They also offer flourless espresso torte or handmade artisanal s’mores as desserts. Guests can pair their food with bottles, wines, cocktails, mead and whiskey. Families with kids are also provided with a fun kids’ menu.
The restaurant is a certified Greener Fields Restaurant. They use a hundred percent sustainable farm-to-table dishes. They source their ingredients from a lot of farms in the states including Ohio and Delaware.