Chefs & Restaurants Unite Providing Locally Sourced Menus

Alison Eighteen, New York, NY

Alison Eighteen – Celebrating National Eat Local Day on Saturday, September 21

Alison Price Becker and Chef Roxanne Spruance

15 W. 18th Street

New York, NY 10011

212.366.1818

Reservations: http://www.alisoneighteen.com

Menu- A la Carte Selctions

Poached Duck Egg:  miri sweet corn, lobster, heirloom peppers, chanterelles, brown butter & delfino ($16)

Heirloom Tomato Salad:  housemade ricotta, basil, balsamic vinegar, extra virgin olive oil & sea salt  ($13)

Hudson Valley Foie Gras: maitake, sungold tomatoes, fairytale eggplant, tahini & bush basil  ($19)

Roasted Bone Marrow:  beef heart, candied pumpernickel, parsley & warm sherry vinaigrette  ($12)

Whole La Belle Rouge Poussin:  succotash, pickled ramps, ricotta, corn aioli, roasted walnuts, roti ($28)

Roast Pork:  scallion spatzle, candied honey cashews, ginger & cocoa nibs with ginger-pilsner sauce ($29)

Georges Bank Sea Scallops:  caramalized onion consommé, caper, edamame, nori, yukon gold ($33)

Alison Eighteen’s entire menu is locally sourced proteins and produce.

Why is it important to offer locally sourced foods?

It is not just about providing customers with the best and most flavorful ingredients.  It is also about supporting the local economy and the farmers that are growing specialty produce and raising heritage breeds.

List of local ingredients and sources:

Norwich Meadows. Paffenroth Garden. Cherry Lane Farm. La Belle Rouge. Crescent Farms. Two Guys from Woodbridge. Andrew’s Honey.  Mountain Sweet Berry. Phillips Farms. Heermance Farm. Willow Wisp Farm. Eckerton Farm. Finger Lakes Farm. Anson Mills.

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