Susquehanna Life's Spring 2020 Dining Guide
Mar 12, 2020 05:44PM
Best Farm to Table Restaurants,
as chosen by our readers
The Blind Pig Kitchen (236 Iron Street, Bloomsburg) creates unique dishes using local and seasonal ingredients by supporting local farms and producers. The focus is on flavor and nutrition, while staying environmentally conscious. Highlights include a grass-fed burger, fresh pasta and gnocchi, and salads.
The Sawhorse Café (303 Washington Blvd., Williamsport), a coffee and brunch restaurant, highlights products grown and created on local farms, whenever possible, and honors the farmers and ingredients they provide. The menu changes with the seasons, and daily. Highlights include muffins, scones, savory rolls, and more, all baked in-house daily.
Elizabeth's: An American Bistro (412 Market St., Lewisburg) lunch and dinner menus are built around seasonal, local, organic products and produce procured from regional farms and farmers. Daily specials highlight ethnic diversity, and different cooking techniques. The bakery features a variety of breads and desserts, all prepared fresh Wed-Sat. Lunch highlights include a daily special frittata, and a variety of salads, sandwiches, soups and wines. Wine Spectator Award winner 15 years in a row.