Louisville’s farm to table program, which connects local farmers with local consumers, has been nationally recognized by the U.S. Conference of Mayors. It’s a movement that’s steadily building support, but what exactly does it mean? WFPL’s Dalton Main spent a day learning about one particular incarnation of the farm to table idea, following the food’s journey from the farm to the table.
The farm to table concept has found a unique home in Louisville’s East
Market District. In a place called Harvest Restaurant. Just a week after opening in April, the restaurant received its first four star review and has continued to impress patrons.
“The food is just absolutely wonderful, just wonderful,” says diner Carolyn Claxton. “I had a pork dish that was really special, but right now the bread pudding with the bourbon sauce is by far the best.”