“Farm Fresh, Locally Sourced.”
In North Carolina’s culinary world, diners and restaurants alike pride themselves on local eating. Somehow, the closer to home the food is grown, the better it tastes. At the Pickle Jar Cafe in Pittsboro, that statement could not be truer. In supporting local farmers and sustainability, their impact in the community runs much deeper than delicious meals.
As their chef, Mario Robledo says, “We strongly believe in supporting our local farmers, shopping small and overall sustainability.”
The Pickle Jar Cafe’s doors first opened in 2017 in Silk Hope, NC. Their made-from-scratch recipes and delectable ingredients support a dining experience like no other. This is Southern hospitality at its finest.
Every Sunday is brunch and to find their daily specials, all you need to do is visit their Facebook!
To get just a ~taste~ for what the Pickle Jar Cafe has in store, here are some of their past unique daily specials:
- Grilled salmon with smoked tomato rice
- Braised beef ribs with watermelon and hand-cut fries
- Roasted Cornish hen with rice and heirloom carrots
- Carnitas, chipotle chicken, NC fish, carne asada or local beef shank tacos
And… as an additional special treat, you can also enjoy an ice-cold Bear Creek Brew while you are dining at the Pickle Jar Cafe. Local food, local beer? Easy choice.
Featuring a farm-to-table dinner, local spirits, a silent auction, live music and a raffle, the Harvest Abundance Dinner at the Pickle Jar Cafe will be a meal you won’t want to miss. Celebrated along with the Chatham Mills Farmers’ Market, join local farmers on August 5th from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. as they bring their fresh produce to the chopping block…literally.
Enjoy heavy hors d’oeuvres, desserts, local wine and beer. At the end of the night, as if the food wasn’t prize-worthy enough, you could win the grand prize of the raffle – six hours of Personal Chef Services and cook-a-long tools provided by the Food Fairy, a 22-year-old local personal chef company.
Tickets are available at the door for $60 or can be purchased in advance for $55 at the Saturday Farmers Market, Pickle Jar Cafe, Chatham Marketplace, Country Farm & Home in Pittsboro, or online – http://chathammillsfarmersmarket.com/?page_id=1621. All proceeds go to benefitting the Chatham Mills Farmer’s Market.
Raffle tickets are $5 each or can be sold as 5 tickets for $20.
Whether you’re looking for healthy or hearty, the Pickle Jar Cafe has a wide variety of options to choose from. From appetizers, to burgers, salads and sandwiches, your glass…and plate…are always half full!
Take a look for yourself: http://picklejarcafe.com/menu/