Purveyors

IMG_8424We’re committed to supporting local and family owned purveyors whenever practical. Below are links to some of our partners.

Sysco Foods facilitates a delivery system for the Local Food Hub, a collaborative supply system from local farms to food-to-table restaurants like The Corner.
http://localfoodhub.org/

Anson Mills provides our Carolina Gold Rice used in our Gumbo, Rice and Beans and Creole Dusted Catfish.

http://ansonmills.com

We get majority of our produce from local farmers through Cavalier Produce.

http://www.cavalierproduce.com/

Old fashioned goodness made simple, Bryd Mills our choice for stoneground grits.

http://byrdmill.com

We have partnered with Hill City Coffee and produced a special “Corner Blend,” for our neighborhood restaurant.

http://www.hillcitycoffeellc.com

We’re working to source our honey locally through Randolph College.
http://magazine.randolphcollege.edu/2015/06/buzz-feed/

We choose Melrose Bison Farm for the bison in our meat & potatoes meatloaf.
http://www.melrosebison.com

Our yummy jams that are used on our snack starter, grandpa’s pb&j and cheese platter come from Dancing Chick Jams.

http://www.dancingchickjams.com 

We chose Shenandoah Valley Organics for our chicken entrees. They focus on raising the highest quality chicken on family-owned farms. The chickens are humanely raised and fed a diet free from animal byproducts, pesticides, and antibiotics.

http://www.svorganic.com

Edwards Virginia Hams in Surrey provides some of our pork products.
http://www.edwardsvaham.com

Our bread and rolls come from Martin’s Famous Pastry Shoppe.

https://potatorolls.com

Maytag Dairy Farms has aged their blue cheese in caves since 1911.
http://www.maytagdairyfarms.com/aspx/welcome.aspx

Our bread for our po’ boys come from Leidenheimer Baking Company, sine 1896.

http://leidenheimer.com

This family farm uses the same methods to cure their meats that Grandpa Nueske started in 1933.
http://www.nueskes.com

Our delicious goat cheese comes from this Concord farm.
http://springmillfarm.net

We’re partnering with New Vistas School to use vegetables and herbs from their garden as a part of their curriculum and our menu.
http://www.newvistasschool.org/