On our way home from the lake, we stopped off for a late brunch at Community Table in Washington, CT, and what a treat! This is has been a place on my list to try since reading their write-up in The New York Times back in 2011. The mission of the restaurant "is to sustainably prepare the highest quality locally grown and procured ingredients and to serve our community in a casual, vibrant atmosphere". The menu lists the purveyors that executive chef Joel Viehland works with, and what is not sourced locally, is housemade in the kitchen. Photos from our visit below....
Swedish Cardamon Roll
Whole Wheat Pancakes with Blueberries and Maple Syrup
Poached Eggs & Duck Hash with Duck Confit, New Potatoes, Guajillo Chili, and Cilantro
Bacon, Egg, & Cheddar Cheese on Housemade English Muffin with Crispy Potatoes
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