Locally sourced farm-to-table restaurant in Medina, NY.
FROM SOB: “Thanks to the rise of remote work, small towns and villages are getting more interest these days from cosmopolitan city folk. Just an hour or so away from cities like New York and Buffalo, we’re starting to see more art galleries, cultural events, craft breweries, farm-to-table restaurants and upscale cafes.
Medina is one municipality currently reaping the benefits of rural-town revivalism, and at the end of July, the village got a major boost with the reopening of its iconic opera house building. A five-year restoration of the Civil War-era Bent’s Opera House included the opening of Harvest, a fine dining, farm-to-table restaurant not just aiming to attract diners from Buffalo and Rochester, but aiming for international recognition.” Read more…
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