Forget farm to table, restaurants are increasingly growing vegetables and herbs in onsite gardens to infuse dishes and drinks with seriously local flavor. These eateries on our 100 Best Wine Restaurants list feature premises-grown produce and garden-to-glass cocktails you can make at home.We have] roughly 7,000 square feet [of] onsite gardens…
Onsite Gardens – Talula’s Garden
Talula’s Garden practices container gardening both indoors (powered by grow lights) and outdoors, cultivating several varieties of mint, basil, sage and edible posies.
“At any given time, you may see a staff member clipping herbs to get ready for the bar, the menu and the cheese plates,” says owner Aimee Olexy.
“Fresh herbs are at the forefront of our cocktail program, adding lightness and fragrance,” Olexy says. “They are bright and allow us to keep drinks clean without a lot of syrups and sugars.”
The Suncatcher is a favorite at Talula’s Garden.“It’s as simple as it is delicious,” she says. A little piece on Wine Enthusiast’s Best Wine Restaurants with Onsite Gardens.