Verde Kitchen Café

Farm and Away

Feasting on a 22-Acre Farm Down South

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Tough day on the market yesterday.

But today, you’ll buy low. You’ll sell high. You’ll do this while eating a pulled-pork sandwich on a farm.

Channel your inner bull market at Verde Kitchen Café, a new farm-to-table restaurant... that’s on an actual farm, now open in Homestead.

Maybe you could use a fresh breeze right now. Some sun on your back. A creamy mango smoothie in your hand. This is that spot. (See the slideshow.)

You’ll find it situated on the corner of a 22-acre farm. With wooden bins filled with veggies, rustic picnic tables dotted with herbs, homemade jams for sale. Just the kind of place you might want for...

Lunch.
From a Thomas Keller vet. On the menu: pulled-pork sandwiches and peanut butter cookies made from scratch. Feel-good fact: the kitchen here helps formerly homeless residents hone skills they can take out into the workforce. So by eating a sandwich here, you’re aiding humanity. Heck of a sandwich.

Take-home provisions.
Like dragon fruit, eggplant and sweet baby basil from their farm. They’ve even got a “vegetable butcher” ready to clean and slice your goods.

Events.
You can rent out the entire space for pretty much whatever.

Don’t do anything Old MacDonald wouldn’t.

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