Learn more about the thoughtful ingredients we source from local and regional partners and specialty purveyors.
New Town Farms
New Town Farms is a small family farm in Waxhaw, North Carolina established in 1990 by Sammy and Melinda Koenigsberg. They focus on the art and craft of growing vegetables in their five acre garden and have diversified to include pastured poultry, pastured laying hens, and heritage breed, free range hogs.Visit Website
Farmers Marie Williamson and William Lyons earn their livelihood working on the farm, and their greatest pleasure is feeding folks wholesome foods and managing a healthy farm ecosystem. They work hard to raise flavorful vegetables, pastured meats, and eggs using techniques that improve the health of their land and contribute to a diverse farm ecosystem.Visit Website
Duke’s specializes in quality artisan breads made with simple, all-natural ingredients. They maintain a 200-year-old sourdough starter that is incorporated into all of their sourdough based doughs, which is aged for up to 24 hours prior to baking in order to develop a deep, delicious flavor.Visit Website
Benton's Country Hams
Since 1947, Benton’s Smoky Mountain Country Hams are slow cured using salt, brown sugar, curing salt, and pepper. The hams are aged according to a time-honored practice, when the preparation and preservation of meat was a way of life. Find them in our Sticky Biscuits.Visit Website
Cardinal Gin is made in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, in the first community in the United States to vote itself legally dry in 1874. Cardinal Gin is dedicated to the revitalization of the lost art of craft distillation using organic and fresh ingredients. Find their gin at The Dunhill Bar.Visit Website