Local Food Directory
Search the directory below to find a local farmer, business, restaurant, non-profit, farmers’ market or community garden. Is your favorite missing? Encourage them to submit a listing!
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The Anchor is a social, comfortable downtown bar & grill located in Wichita's Douglas Design District featuring crafty cocktails, wine, spirits, and 58 craft beers on tap. With signature plates like the Haystack, Chicken-fried pork loin, and the best Reuben in town, you'll enjoy traditional bar fare in The Anchor's distinct style.
We care about quality, cooking tasty food, and welcoming you with thoughtful hospitality. Visit our butcher shop next door for fresh, locally-sourced meats and join us for frequent food and beer tasting events... there's a good chance you'll find something new and delicious
Sponsored by the Uptown Neighborhood Association
Notes: Under development. Have ground and water, looking for gardeners that will commit. Planning to install weed barrier and raised beds in 2018.
Fees will depend on the number of gardeners participating. There will be communal areas, but most of the beds will be available to rent individually.
At Victory Gardens we are soundly invested in promoting local food production and encouraging the public to take responsibility for knowing where and how their food is grown. As part of our “green” philosophy, we utilize chemical-free sustainable methods with as low a carbon footprint as possible. We also believe in empowering neophyte gardeners by offering gardening boxes and cedar trellises. Our boxes and trellises are exceptionally well built products which, we believe, are the best constructed products on the market. We believe it is possible and practical for most individuals to “grow their own” produce, with the end result being better health and nutrition, a decreased carbon footprint, while educating and empowering your family.
My family has been raising beef for many years. We had a Registered Holstein dairy for many years and switched to a beef only program about fifteen years ago. We have been mostly a cow/calf operation and only fed a few head for locker beef. When we had more than our family needed, started selling to friends and friends of friends. We have improved the quality of our product and would like to offer to a larger market. Our steers are home raised and finished on a corn ration for 100+ days before we deliver to the locker. We sell halves or quarters.