Chefs & Restaurants Unite Providing Locally Sourced Menus

Restaurant Nora, Washington, DC

Restaurant Nora – Celebrating National Eat Local Day on Saturday, September 21

Chef Nora Pouillon

2132 Florida Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20008


Menu – Prix Fixe*

$69 for vegetarian option, $79 for meat option

1st Course

New Morning Farm Corn and Squash Bisque with Next Step Okra Relish, Cherry  Tomato Confit


Lone Willow Farm Heirloom Tomatoes and Lakewood Farm Watermelon with Firefly Bûche Noire Cheese, Baby Arugula, Sherry Shallot Vinaigrette

2nd Course

Maine Peekytoe Crab and Avocado Salad with Cilantro and Red Onion, Ancho Chili Emulsion, Crispy Tortillas


Sunnyside Poblano Pepper Stuffed With Cherry Glen Goat Cheese, Tomatillo Salsa Verde, Almond Crème Fraiche

 3rd Course

Ayrshire Farm Grassfed Filet Mignon with Tree and Leaf Farm Fingerling Potatoes, Grilled Sunnyside Patty Pan Squash, Pickled Tuscarora Shallots, Red Wine Jus


Next Step Produce Buckwheat Crepes and Locally Foraged Mushrooms with New Morning Farm Corn Soubise, Tuscarora Cherry Tomatoes, Basil From Our Garden, Shaved Pecorino Fiorno

 4th Course

Roasted Toigo Peaches with Lancaster Honey Lavender Mascarpone, Rosemary Brittle


Sunnyside Blackberry Crustada with Nature By Nature Buttermilk Ice Cream

Why is it important to offer locally sourced foods?

“I’m committed to local food because I believe in a healthy and environmentally sustainable lifestyle.”

List of local sources:

New Morning Farm – corn, squash, buckwheat

Next Step – okra

Lone Willow Farm – Heirloom tomatoes

Lakewood Farm – Watermelon

Firefly – Cheese, arugula, shallot

Maine  – Peekytoe crab

Sunnyside – Poblano pepper

Ayrshire Farm – Grassfed beef

Tree and Leaf Farm – Fingerling potatoes

Toigo – peaches

Lancaster – honey, mascarpone

Tuscarora – Cherry tomatoes

Restaurant Nora Garden – basil, rosemary

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