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7 farm-to-table restaurants in Fort Worth

Try these restaurants using sustainably sourced ingredients produced in the local community.


Do some plant shopping then grab a bite to eat at Heirloom. | Photo by FTWtoday

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They’re sustainable, centered around season flavors, and support local farmers — farm-to-table restaurants are a big part of the local food scene.

Why we love them: They focus on high-quality, local ingredients while also offering dietary options for everyone. Here are a handful of farm-to-fork restaurants that you can enjoy in Fort Worth.

Ellerbe Fine Foods, 1501 W. Magnolia Ave.

Named one of the 10 Best New Restaurants in America by Bon Appetite, the restaurant uses seasonal flavors and local ingredients to create upscale farm-to-table recipes like the First Earth Farm Spring Beets.

Heirloom, 6700 Z Boaz Pl.

The food truck and patio recently opened at Archie’s Gardenland using garden-fresh ingredients to create weekly menus. Note: The restaurant is currently open for lunch only, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Gemelle, 4400 White Settlement Rd.

Located next to Hotel Otto, the Tim Love concept plants and harvests 100% of its vegetables from its backyard, where customers can see their dinner being grown.

Clay Pigeon, 2731 White Settlement Rd.

The American-style eatery is using fresh-from-the-field vegetables to create seasonal fine dining dishes made from local ingredients.

Bonnell’s Fine Texas Cuisine, 4259 Bryant Irvin Rd.

Opened in 2021, the fine dining establishment is known to be Fort Worth’s first farm-to-table restaurant, sourcing produce, cheeses, and wild game from Texas farmers and ranchers.

Café Modern, 3200 Darnell St.

The eatery located at the Museum of Modern Art offers seasonal farm-to-table recipes using whole grains, vegetables, cage-free eggs + chicken and beef raised without antibiotics or growth hormones.

Righteous Foods, 3405 W. 7th St.

Customers can expect healthy, high-quality foods like organic vegetables and locally sourced ingredients to create meals for a wide range of diets including vegetarian and vegan.

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