NYC’s Best Kid-Friendly Farm to Table Restaurants

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We may not be within a stone’s throw of anything even close to a silo, barn or haystack, but thanks to some very innovative chefs and restaurant owners, the farms are coming to us. Happily, New Yorkers have embraced the local food movement in a big way — and farm-to-table dining isn’t just for adults. Flip through for 9 of the city’s top farm-to-table restaurants that welcome diners of all ages.

Daytime Farm Fare at Brunch (and a Wine Bar at night) 

Step into Miusa and you’ll feel like you’re walking into a rustic (but sophisticated) farmhouse tricked out in reclaimed wood. Best of all, owner/manager Federico Bernocchi is a dad so he’s accommodating to even the finickiest of tastebuds as demonstrated on a recent visit. Then again, with a pressed mac &amp; cheese sandwich with Applewood bacon on the menu, it’s pretty much impossible for even the pickiest of eaters to find fault. Additional props to this place for making it a point to support local farmers. To that end, food comes mainly from New York state; meat, eggs, milk and cheese are sourced from Sprout Creek Farm, while Stone &amp; Thistle Farm and Rulfs Orchard provide the restaurant’s fruits and veggies. Not bad for a restaurant owned by ‘three Italian guys that love America.’ Miusa 98A South 4</span><span style="font-weight:400;">th</span><span style="font-weight:400;"> St. Williamsburg 718-782-2081 Online: </span><a target="_blank" href="http://www.miusawinebar.com/"><span style="font-weight:400;">Miusa</a> <em>photo: Miusa</em>fuck
  • Ellary's Greens
  • Foragers City Table
  • Woodland
  • The Farm on Adderley
  • Roberta's

Where is your favorite place to eat local with your family in NYC?  

— Lambeth Hochwald & Michelle McIvor