You’ll Want To Visit Community Table, A Remote Farm-To-Table Restaurant In Connecticut
By Lisa Sammons|Published August 16, 2022
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In today’s world, it can be oddly tough to find fresh food. We may have the whole world at our fingertips, but with the thriving business of logistics and international transport, much of the food on grocery store shelves comes from all over the country, or even the world. One place where you know exactly where your food is coming from is a farm-to-table restaurant in Connecticut. We love the concept of farm-to-table: all the food is locally grown and procured, so you’re not only supporting a local restaurant, but also local farmers. On top of that, fresh food tastes better, and is often healthier due to lack of preservatives. One of our favorite farm-to-table restaurants in Connecticut is Community Table. Tucked away in the Litchfield Hills, this pastoral spot is absolutely delicious.
For more information about Community Table, check out the restaurant’s website.
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