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October 15th, 2008 CARIN MOONIN | Food Reviews & Stories
 

Restaurant Guide 2008

     
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Tattooed fixie cyclists and middle-aged matrons happily coexist at the vegetarian- and seafood-centric Farm Cafe. It really is as fresh as fresh gets here—friendly and efficient service notwithstanding. If it’s warm, sit out on the small but lovely patio, or, in any weather, enjoy the cozy farmhouse’s romantic vibe (which never topples into twee). The menu isn’t massive, but it might as well be—everything just looks so damn good, deciding is enough to provoke an anxiety attack. Baked brie? The hummus plate? What about the heirloom tomato stack? The Farm’s housemade veggie burger is one of the best in town, and the kitchen sure knows its way around a piece of fish—the halibut is plate-licking good. Inevitable repeat visits are also good for karma, as the Farm sources its ingredients locally: Freddy Guys hazelnuts, Ota tofu, Viridian Farms tomatoes, etc.

IDEAL MEAL: Rosemary-roasted hazelnuts, seafood Caesar salad, herb-crusted tofu with mushroom marsala.

 
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