We're excited to announce a growing list of member restaurants, bars and breweries.

Our members are all committed to ethical sourcing from local farms and fishermen and are verified by our farm and fishing members. When we promise farm to fork, you can be assured that we mean it.

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A regional cuisine is the perfect expression of the soil, plants, ocean and climate. Chefs, with the guidance of farmers, are the ultimate environmentalists.

Restaurant, Brewery, Distillery and Bar Members

NORTH COUNTY

  • Wrench and Rodent Seabasstropub Chef Owner Davin Waite conjures up the county's most unique seafood menu while still staying devoted to local and sustainable seafood and produce from nearby farms. Founding Member

  • Land and Water Company Serving only responsible traceable seafood, humanely raised meats and organic locally grown produce, Chef Rob Ruiz crafts a unique seasonal menu with the environment foremost in his mind.

  • Masters Kitchen and Cocktail Once a well loved drag car shop, now a revamped industrial space with character. Make this your Oside stop for the best of local farms in creative food and cocktails.

  • The Plot The newest offering from Jessica and Davin Waite, The Plot currently offers offsite catering and will open a brick and mortar in Oceanside in early fall. Laser focused on zero waste and local sourcing this newest Oside spot will be a vegan diner’s dream.

  • Whet Noodle Not your traditional ramen house! Owners Jessica and Davin Waite have created a unique menu with a deep commitment to local produce and zero waste. Founding Member

BEACHES/PT. LOMA/ SORRENTO VALLEY

  • Cupcakes Squared A seasonal rotating menu of the city's best cupcakes, made from scratch with options for almost any dietary restriction. As a daily treat, a special event or dessert catering, owner Robin Ross is proud to be a part of your special life moments.

  • Lucky Bolt For lunch pick up or delivery, Kris Schlesser and Cory Lewis make it easy and affordable to maintain a healthy diet and support local, sustainable farms. Menu changes daily with the best seasonal offerings in the center of Sorrento Valley’s corporate complexes.

  • Pannikin La Jolla A safe haven for artists, dreamers and coffee deprived. Pannakin has been a leader in the San Diego coffee scene since 1968. Local eggs and produce grace a menu of delectable brunch and lunch items.

  • Royale This family owned contemporary diner serves up organic grassfed beef burgers, an award winning vegan burger and garden-to-glass cocktails, all with produce from their own Nopalito Farm.

  • Supannee House of Thai Family owned and sourcing from their own gardens of flowers and produce, this Pt. Loma standard features your Thai favorites and a wide variety of authentic dishes, many impossible to find anywhere else in San Diego.

POINTS EAST

  • Garden Kitchen Like eating at home on your own patio, if someone at your house was a wildly talented chef with a menu that changes daily and was all sourced from local farms and fishermen. An absolute hidden gem. Founding Member

  • Terra American Bistro Chef Jeff Rossman's 20 year commitment to local farms shines through in a menu that marries new flavors with familiar dishes and creative seasonal cocktails. Try their signature “meat and three” featuring local produce and enticing sides.

 

UPTOWN/Old Town

  • Blind Lady Ale House- draft beer from their own Automatic Brewing Company, award winning pizza, a charitable heart and a life long commitment to local farms makes BLAH one of our absolute favorite places to dine. *

  • Bivouac CiderWorks "A center for experimentation, camaraderie and weirdness." A cider tasting room, local hangout and creative menu inspired and sourced with help from farmers at the nearby North Park Thursday Market.

  • Cueva Bar In an intimate underground setting, Chef Oz offers delicious, globally-inspired tapas, a great local wine list and a draft selection of (mostly) local San Diego craft beer. For gluten-free or vegan friends, they offer loads of great options. Cueva is a food community, with the help of shareable plates, friendly service and loads of love.

  • Panama 66 Locally sourced, hand-crafted food and drink, seasonal cocktails and more, all in the open-air setting of The San Diego Museum of Art’s Sculpture Garden. Brought to you by the team from the award-winning Blind Lady Ale House and Tiger! Tiger!

  • Tiger!Tiger! everything a neighborhood pub should be including incredible bar food from San Diego farms, a welcoming vibe and a spot on Draft Magazine's 100 best beer bars in America!*

DOWNTOWN/Little Italy

  • Biga a community hub offering the city's best Italian food made with local, seasonal ingredients in a wood-fired oven. Specialties include the roasted carrots and the Saturday Porchetta. Try the bread some of the most amazing you'll find in San Diego. Founding Member

  • Juniper & Ivy Refined American cuisine, a gorgeous space and a commitment to supporting small local farms and the freshest ingredients make J&I the perfect place for a special meal.

  • Kettner Exchange Two levels of outdoor dining and Chef Brian Redzikowski's rotating menu featuring a bounty of San Diego county's small farms and a dynamic cocktail menu.

  • Loaf and Fish Saturday mornings at Tuna Market Dockside Harbor, the Fukushima fishing family makes the FRESHEST fish tacos and sandwiches straight from their boat to your plate!

AT FARMERS MARKETS

  • FaVe Tacos FaVe Tacos mission is to make healthy food fast & affordable while incorporating small farms into the restaurant supply chain. Find FaVe Tacos at local farmers markets around San Diego, just a couple stalls down from the farmers they support.