I'm looking for fantastic farms or very small restaurants where you can eat outdoors and where the food is all straight from the source. Thinking along the line of Toronto's Eigensinn Farms and the roving Outstanding in the Field dinner parties. Would love any suggestions (any region!).
For a unique experience of eating at an oyster farm in a National Park and Seashore, go to the Drakes Bay Oyster Farms in the Point Reyes National Seashore in Marin County, California, about 30 miles north of San Francisco. You can buy and eat oysters in sight of where they are being harvested. So cool.
malwayshungry, I don't know whether you live in Ontario, but another restaurant to try is Treadwell's in Port Dalhousie, which serves farm-to-table cuisine sourced from a variety of farms and artisans. I haven't been there yet, but the reviews have been excellent.
Here is the website for Outstanding in The Field:
and a SF Bay Area blogger who is in the know about Northern and Central California. May be links that are useful to other parts of the country, too.
this may be of some help as well:
Does everything have to be from the farm? I'm not familiar with your suggestions, but I love Patowmack Farm in northern VA where most of the vegetables come from the farm but the meat does not (sustainable, though, and a lot of it is from local farms). You can eat outdoors or in a glass conservatory overlooking mountains/hills.
I also like One Block West in western Virginia. It gets all its food from local vendors.