Gramercy Farmer and The Fish
245 Park Avenue South, between 19th / 20th
Sunday, April 30th
5:30 pm optional drinks, 6:30 pm dinner
$82 3-course dinner, gl of wine, coffee, tax / tip
Opened in 2016, Gramercy Farmer & The Fish is New York City’s counterpart to Purdy’s Farmer & The Fish in North Salem, NY. With food sourced from their five-acre farm in Westchester
directly to the restaurant, Farmer and the Fish has quickly become a New York hot spot. Their motto is to grow and serve the freshest, most nutrient packed, and sustainable food around. To help close the nutrient cycle from farm to kitchen, they compost pre-consumer food waste and use that material, along with natural rock minerals, to feed the soil ecosystem, which feeds the plants and then us. They even make their own fertilizer with seaweed and unused fish parts! The plants that grow on the farm are reliant on the diverse biology underground, and they go to a great deal of effort to support the soil life and reap the rewards. Many farm-to-table restaurants just purchase their product directly from a farm, but Gramercy Farmer and the Fish actually owns their farm. This is a new restaurant in NYC and is a real treat for the group. A 12oz NY strip from their farm as well as a fish and vegetarian option will be on our menu.