The Farm On Adderley Named One Of NYC’s Best Farm-To-Table Restaurants

The Farm On Adderley Named One Of NYC’s Best Farm-To-Table Restaurants
Photo via The Farm on Adderley
Photo via The Farm on Adderley

The Farm on Adderley (1108 Cortelyou Road) is no stranger to accolades.

Chef Tom Kearney has been hailed as one of Brooklyn’s top sommeliers, and it’s routinely named as one of our neighborhood’s best restaurants by publications like The Village Voice and L Magazine.

Now, The Farm has another title to celebrate: The Culture Trip, an international food and travel website, just named our neighborhood spot one of the 10 best farm-to-table restaurants in New York City.

The Culture Trip writes:

The Farm on Adderley was showered with much acclaim and admiration when it opened its doors in 2006. This cozy spot put Ditmas Park on the culinary map with its reputation of great food and service. It is also one of the first Brooklyn eateries to embrace the local and organic movement. The Farm Burger is something to behold and the brunch is fantastic. This same team is also the brains and palate behind the best concert food concession in all of New York City with the Celebrate Brooklyn Summer Music Festival in Prospect Park.

The Farm is joined by a number of Brooklyn restaurants on this top 10 list, including Applewood, Flatbush Farm, The Good Fork, Roberta’s, and Roman’s.

Many congratulations to The Farm — and all the restaurants who made the list!


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