On a visit to a Minneapolis museum my friend Heather and I happened upon Wise Acre Restaurant, housed in a funky converted gas station. It's a farm-to-table restaurant where 95% of the organic food served is grown on their Minnesota farm, picked in the morning and by afternoon on the table. I love this idea, fair prices for the farmer and the food was what you would expect -- amazing.
While waiting for a table you can watch the cooks, or you can ponder the large farm photos of what will be (shhhh!) on your plate soon.
Our brunch. Mmmmmm!
Not only does the farm have a restaurant, but also a garden shop in a cottage next door. On the way over, these goats graze on a grass roof atop a shed covering the dumpster.
On the way out I said goodbye and thank you to my new friend.
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