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  • The 2018 Holiday Menu is Here

    Our Holiday Menu is brand spankin’ new! We have so many new hors d’oeuvres that you could throw a party every day of the week without seeing the same plate twice. If you need help with a holiday gathering, book a full-service event with Farm to Feast–and soon, because our […]

  • “I loved the fact that there were also some delicious surprises the day of the wedding because of what was in season.”  -Ben B.

  • “The staff was super personable and was able to deliver an incredible meal right to my door. My S.O. loved the food and said he would maybe want to hire the company for our DC wedding!. Highly recommend for great last minute service, professionalism, and food quality.”  -Ben O.

  • “The food was outstanding and my guests went for second and third helpings and there was nothing left. The short ribs were out of this world and all of our side dishes were seasonal and attractive. I can not say enough nice things about Farm to Feast.”  -Melinda L.

  • “Alexis and her team are the rare combination of creative, knowledgeable, practical, flexible, and nothing short of magical in the kitchen. Her advice every step of the way was spot on, helpful, patient, and made me feel confident in our decisions. And I was so grateful that we got to […]

  • Thanksgiving Is So Close We Can Smell It

    Thanksgiving is early this year, but it’s not too late to order from Farm to Feast: get some classic sides, a delectable roast turkey, or even a whole Thanksgiving feast for six people! We are changing our Thanksgiving ordering system this year: to allow our staff to spend time with […]

  • Diego

    Meet our amazing staff member, Diego! He was born and raised in Colombia, but came to the States when he was 13 years old. When not working at our events Diego has another job as a pharmacy tech, since he wants to go to school and become a pharmacist. Diego […]

  • Keep Your Carrots Fresh

    It’s the season for carrots to have greens on the top – in order to store them you should separate those greens from the carrots because keeping the tops on pulls out the nutrients and the veggies get wobbly faster – but don’t worry, you can use the tops to […]

  • Ugly Sweater Run

    Thanks for an amazing morning at the Ugly Sweater Run in DC, We cant wait to do it again in Baltimore. Check out there site (and buy a ticket) on there Website.