Farm-to-table dining is becoming more and more popular, and for good reason!
When you eat food that is fresh and locally sourced, you are getting the best possible quality of food. Not only that, but you are also supporting the local economy on our Island. Below are five farm-to-table restaurants located on St. Simons. So go ahead and try them out!
ember’s menu is written daily and is inspired by the flavors and traditions of Southeastern cuisine. A global influence denoting European and Asian fair are also important contributors. Their ingredients are sourced from local farmers and fishermen and are inspired by wood-fired cooking. ember’s craft beverage program focuses on the use of fresh ingredients and includes a variety of unique wines, innovative Southern brews, house-infused specialty cocktails, and a vast selection of premium spirits.
70 Retreat Village
2. Georgia Sea Grill:
Since Georgia Sea Grill’s opening more than twenty years ago in the historic St. Simons Island Pier Village, locals and visitors—now more than ever—have raved over the sensational array of our curated coastal cuisine.
The take their commitment to the freshest ingredients very seriously. That’s why the Georgia Sea Grill grows their own. Their Potlikker farms sources their vegetables, fruits and herbs, assuring nothing but the freshest, healthiest seasonal flavors. Choose the locally-sourced seafood, beef, pork, lamb, poultry, or their Satilla Ponds farm-raised catfish and taste the difference that locally-grown brings to the table.
407 Mallery St.
3. Golden Isles Olive Oil Wine Bar & Restaurant:
The restaurant offers fresh, clean, good eats. seasonal recipes and flavors with a curated wine selection. artisan cheese and charcuterie. seasonal desserts. Their olive oil is pressed within 24 hours of the olive harvest, without the use of heat or chemicals, ensuring the high antioxidant quality, freshness and natural taste of our oils.
306 Redfern Village
4. Palmer’s Village Cafe:
verything from Palmer Fortune and Chef JB Belechak’s amazing ground sausage to the famous tomato jam is crafted in-house daily from the freshest local and regional ingredients.
223 Mallery St.
5. Halyards Restaurant:
Halyards specializes in master-chef seafood dishes—featuring fish just caught off the Georgia coast, plus flavor-rich, local produce.
55 Cinema Ln.
Farm-to-table dining is a great way to eat healthy, fresh food while also supporting your local community. What’s not to love?