The Farmhouse is located behind Saranac Sourdough where Caribbean Cowboy used to be. Don't worry fellow Cowboy lovers, you can still eat Rob and Vicky's food down the street at the Cowboy. I'm not talking about that right now, however I find that the food at the Farmhouse has me drooling for other reasons. They source as much food as possible from local farmers and businesses and the menu lists all that info.
We both ordered different flavored home-made sodas, maple and rhubarb. They were both tasty, but I'd have to say that the maple was better because it was a unique flavor and not too sweet. I should mention that the menu didn't tell us about the tree where the sap came from to make the maple syrup that flavored our soda, but we didn't want to be obnoxious and ask. I couldn't help thinking about the hilarious Portlandia skit about this.
Next we had crab stuffed deviled eggs. We don't know what chicken the eggs came from and we can only suspect that the crab did not come locally. It didn't matter to me, I love deviled eggs of all kinds, traditional with the yolk, mayo and a little bit of mustard or hummus filled, I'm not picky. Yes, I am that person at a potluck that takes two halves. I can't help it, I love them! These were lovely to look at and tasted that way too.
Next time I want to try the Clover Mead Fromage Fort, garlic and wine infused cheese with crostini. I know there is enough on the tapas menu that I could have made a meal out of it, but we ended up ordering individual entrees instead. For dinner, Drew ordered the non-local Caribbean Seafood Salad. Greens, sea scallops, shrimp, salmon, fresh fruit mojo, cruda, rice and a champagne dressing.
Maybe the greens were local from Fledging Crow? He thought it was good and managed to clean his plate. I had the Classic Farmhouse Meatloaf Sandwich made with Atlas Beef and Harmony Pork.
I thought the portion size was generous, it hung over the bread.
Just in case I didn't have enough to eat, the sandwich came with fries.
I really liked my dinner and I would definitely like to go back and try out some other items on the menu. Locally grown or not, the food is good and the prices are friendly for locals too.