If you are a big proponent of farm fresh food, your options are limited in the big city. So much of what we get here is homogenized and pasteurized and processed and beaten down, it’s enough to make a sane person feel crazy. All this food tastes the same; where can you get some farm fresh flavor outside of the farmers markets? This month, Brooklyn Victory Garden (920 Fulton St.) opened in Clinton Hill, providing a fresh alternative.
“The general store specializes in local, pastured and sustainable meats and cheeses from producers like Coach Farm, the Cellars at Jasper Hill, and Hardwick Beef,” according to the Village Voice.
With so many consumers having strong aversions to so much of what comes through their grocer, a place like Brooklyn Victory Garden is a breath of fresh air.
Even more exciting for locals on the go, Brooklyn Victory Garden has plans to start serving muffins, sandwiches and coffee at some point.
So, if your taste buds are seeking some fresh, local fare, search no further than Brooklyn Victory Garden.