The name of this high-minded restaurant sounds like an admonition; sort of like “Go West, young man,” maybe. You can take it that way if you like, because Fish & Farm is a unique and inspiring spot that you can feel good about.
Fish & Farm goes above and beyond to support local farmers and fishermen, by sourcing within a 100-mile radius for its ingredients. They serve only sustainably-harvested seafood, and naturally-fed, antibiotic-, hormone-, and steroid-free meats. When possible, all of Fish & Farm’s produce is organic. The dishes are classic and familiar, but elevated with Monterey Bay seafood, house made pasta, and Berkshire pork. Fish & Farm also offers a wide selection of wines from small, bio-dynamic producers, including an extensive list of California wines, plus a full cocktail bar that features award-winning drinks.
Zagat calls Fish & Farm a “buzzy space,” with a “focus on splurge-worthy, sustainable fish, meat and produce.” Located in the Financial District, Fish & Farm offers many buzzy space options for your next private event. The main dining room features a uniquely long wooden bar, perfect for a mixed-use of both a reception and seated event for up to 150 guests.
And 100 guests can feel good in the Clock Corner or the Farmhouse.
More intimate gatherings of 12 to 60 guests may be had in rooms known as the General Harrison, and the Niantic (East and West).
So if you’d like to treat your friends to a splurge-worthy-yet-totally-guilt-free private dining experience, check out Fish & Farm.