salt of the earth fennville

My husband and I really love this restaurant. Until we can welcome you to our door, please support our local restaurant friends who are offering carryout and delivery during these challenging times for our industry. Our wine selection was out of this world. Get quick answers from Salt of the Earth staff and past visitors. Understand that there are not many choices in Fennville but spend the extra 10/15 minutes driving to Saugatak/Holland to have a much better dining experience. From warm welcome to fond farewell, we are committed to providing an unparalleled dining experience for each guest entering our doors. She was fantastic. The drinks, food and atmosphere were lovely. Are you sure you want to delete this question? If you like tasty food, avoid!! my wife's birthday and Christine brought out a ice cream and pear dessert. We are proud to offer, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options, Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Street Parking, Free off-street parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Discover, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Live Music, 302MarkS, Owner at Salt of the Earth, responded to this review. J had the hanger steak - what a treat! more. Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Map updates are paused. 542 Reviews. The kitchen delivered on the delicious food. We rank these hotels, restaurants, and attractions by balancing reviews from our members with how close they are to this location. Our server Christine certainly filled that roll. You can taste the freshness. Kristy did an excellent job taking care of the 4 of us and explaining different plates and making some great suggestions. For a group of six or more, or if attending the music show on Sundays. My wife ordered the soup of the day which was supposed to be a lentil based with chorizo and it was served as thick paste, not even close to the soup consistency and maybe they have a special invisible tasteless chorizo as we did not find any chorizo or the flavor of it. I'm guessing they can but it's just that...a guess. Very much appreciate the concept of local sourcing and although I am all in favor of the concept the food need to be at least somewhat tasty....We started with the bread plate as they make bread in-house from scratch and it came out cold - guess in-house does not mean fresh. Everything was delicious! She was really attentive. The Chochiglie Pasta(which 3 of us ordered) was absolutely incredible as was their homemade bread...and Pirogi's. A quaint quiet place with excellent food and atmosphere. They have an outdoor area to eat as well as well spaced indoor tables. Very much appreciate the concept of local sourcing and although I am all in favor of the concept the food need to be at least somewhat tasty....We started with the bread plate as they make bread in-house from scratch and it came out cold - guess in-house does not mean fresh. We do not eat indoors during coronavirus. Crispy brussels sprouts - how does one mess that up - well they found a way by pouring liquid over it -- again do not know if that was planned or a mistake but the dish served to us was soggy and oily. live in chicago and have been to all the spots, girl and the goat etc.. this place is amazing one of the best!!!! This is the version of our website addressed to speakers of English in the United States. and Pirogi's. Very good place for breakfast or lunch with a good choice of fresh food choices. Salt of the Earth: Worth a visit to this out of the way farm-to-table restaurant - See 544 traveler reviews, 86 candid photos, and great deals for Fennville, MI, at Tripadvisor. The food is unique...More, We'd wanted to see this restaurant for literally years but kept missing their evenings only hours - opens at 5 p.m. most days they're operating. Nice list of locally brewed beer as well. Website. Welcome to Salt of the Earth in historic downtown Fennville MI! Directions. I wish I could remember the name of our waitress. Kristy was fantastic, and provided individual intuitive service that was personal without being overwhelming. Ingredients are locally sourced, and organic whenever possible. If you are a resident of another country or region, please select the appropriate version of Tripadvisor for your country or region in the drop-down menu. We chose this place to be our nice dinner when we spent a week in town. It is a real gem!! Local cuisine, American, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Special Occasion Dining, Romantic, Groups, Bar Scene, Business meetings, Sweet onion - preserved ramp - green onion - aged white cheddar - grilled house bread, Aged chevre - creamy carrot vinaigrette - sunflower sprouts - pumpkin seed - chantrelle mushroom, Cherry bacon vinaigrette - crispy belly - fried egg - marinated onion, Wild mushroom - mozzarella - pecorino romano, Pickled‎ peppers - raspberry ghostpepper sorbetto - honey, Pinto beans - fried egg - confit pork belly - pickle, Fresh garlic sausage — house bacon — soppressata, Barrel.Aged feta - oven roasted grape tomato - fresh greens - fresh herbs — pickled peppers, Simply topped - choose any two ingredients, Start w/ mozzarella & red, herb oil, or white sauce, Pork cassolet — root vegetables — pickled sweet corn, Honey glazed carrots - potato puree - braising jus, Polenta - squash - blueberry - maple - trumpet royal mushroom, Little handkerchief pasta” — roasted sweet pepper — berkshire sausage — local butter, Local pasture raised grassfed beef burger, Aged‎ white cheddar — lettuce - tomato - pickled red onion - house condiments - house egg bun, All natural choice beef - fresh rustic tomato salad, Mixed local greens - shaved onion - cucumber - romano - balsamic parmesan - house crouton, Salt of the Earth- rustic American eatery and bakery is located in the heart of southwest Michigan farm and orchard country. I would not leave without trying their Wood Fire Toasted Smore, a dessert like no other and big enough for two. Next time we are in town we will have dinner here again. I have forgotten..thanks, Hotels near Crane Orchards Upick and Corn Maze, Hotels near Evergreen Lane Farm & Creamery, Hotels near Forever Curious Children's Museum, Hotels near Khnemu Studio LLC on Fernwood Farm, Hotels near (GRR) Gerald R. Ford International, Hotels near (AZO) Battle Creek Intl Airport, American Restaurants for Breakfast in Fennville, American Restaurants for Families in Fennville, American Restaurants for Lunch in Fennville, Restaurants for Group Dining in Fennville.

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