Support local food during Local Eats Month!
Support local food by learning about your producers on Facebook & Instagram, ordering meals from participating restaurants, and purchasing locally produced food items directly from producers!
The Food Action Team works to increase demand and consumption of local food by connecting restaurants, institutions, grocers, and customers to local food producers. The Team continues to work with a group of restaurant owners & stakeholders to increase diversity in participation in this program for farmers, restaurants, and eaters. For this reason, Local Eats Week 2020 is Local Eats Month 2020!
Please find below the full list of participating restaurants. For more information on restaurant sourcing, history, and to meet your local restaurant owners please RSVP to the Facebook Event and follow @sustainablecorvallis on Instagram!
This year we are celebrating restaurants that source local products all year as well as featuring restaurants with dishes created especially for Local Eats Month!
Local Eats Month Dish (*and source locally all year!):
- Brass Monkey* Fish & Chips: (Rockfish from Brandywine Fisheries & sides featuring vegetable & herbs from Gathering Together Farm in Philomath) – (541) 230-1323
- Castor* Grillades & Grits: (slow-braised Cattail Creek Lamb, produce from Rainshine Family Farms, Gathering Together Farm, and Groundworks Organics) – (541) 231-3322
- Tacovore Corvallis* Seasonable Veggie Bowl (produce from Goodfoot Farms, black beans grown in the PNW, and Cotija Cheese from Don Frolyan) – (541) 360-3919
- New Morning Bakery* Apple Dapple Cake (apples from Peoria road farms, eggs from Willamette Valley Egg Farms, & dairy from Lochmead Dairy) – (541) 754-0181
- Wild Yeast Bakery* Local Eats Multigrain and Locavore Loaf (organic grains grown and/or milled by Camas Country Mill, barley grown and milled by Harcombe Farm) – Order loaves online or pick up loaves at First Alternative Co-op or the Corvallis Farmers’ Market
- Zia Burritos* Calabacitas (zucchini from Riverland Farms, corn from Stahlbush Farm, a side of PNW grown beans & tortilla from DeCasa in Eugene) – (541) 602-3272
- 4 Spirits Distillery Seasonal Salad (comice pears from Territorial Road Orchard, beets from Gathering Together farms) – (541) 366-3195
Restaurants that source locally all year:
- Al Jebaal (Bazaar International Market) – (541) 207-3478
- Bellhop (menu suggestion: Squash pasta: butternut squash from Gathering Together Farms, Kale & Salad mix from Rainshine Family Farms, Local Seafood & Fish from Newell Seafoods & Netarts Bay Oysters) – (541) 207-3448
- Cascade BBQ (sandwich bread from Pilos Bakery) – (541) 829-2009
- Corvallis Meat Pie Shop (Produce from First Alternative Co-op, meats from Bazaar International Market, New Morning Bakery for Pastry Dough) (541) 740-5065
- Delicias Valley Cafe (some produce from Peoria Road Market & Jim’s Fruit Stand) – (541) 753-0599
- Kalamata Bistro (menu suggestion: Lamb Gyro: Lamb from Anderson Farms, produce from Cascade Produce, other meat products from Van Vleet Meat) – (541) 760-7985
- Tacovino (Salad greens & veggies from Rainshine Family Farms, Gathering Together Farms & Riverland Family Farms, Tempeh from Surata Foods) – (541) 243-8128
Local Eats Month is an annual event that encourages local restaurants to source more ingredients from the Local 6 area. Local 6 refers to products grown, produced, or processed by farms or businesses owned and operated within the six counties touching and including Benton County (Benton, Lane, Lincoln, Linn, Marion, and Polk). Our goal is to increase the percentage of locally produced food consumed by the community in order to create a vibrant and secure local food system.
Organized by the Food Action Team’s Local 6 Connection.