While Sacramento has the distinction of being California’s capital, this city holds another title that’s quite flavorful. Sacramento’s referred to as America’s “Farm-to-Fork Capital,” and the city has played a major part in making California the nation’s largest agricultural producer.
In Sacramento’s Midtown neighborhood, this New American restaurant was founded by lead chef Patrick Mulvaney, who is credited as one of the driving forces behind Sacramento’s farm-to-fork movement. He is said to continuously practice what he preaches—what comes into his restaurant makes its way to the plate. He cuts down on food waste by having all parts of an animal used in dishes, and puts eco-friendly disposable dishware and cutlery with to-go orders.
Take 5: Farm-to-Fork Finds in Sacramento, California
Originally published by Paste Magazine
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