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Give Props to Crops

Where to eat dinner after the Farm Aid concert on September 9? At one of these restaurants that celebrate local farms and sustainable agriculture, of course.

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  1. 1. Chestnut

    271 Smith St., nr. Degraw St., Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn; 718-243-0049

    A seasonally fixated kitchen and a good alternative to the Zagat-crazed Grocery across the street.

  2. 2. Blue Hill

    75 Washington Pl., nr. Washington Sq. W.; 212-539-1776

    This sophisticated, unfussy Village restaurant occasionally schedules special dinners around local ingredients.

  3. 3. Hearth

    403 E. 12th St., at First Ave.; 646-602-1300

    The menu’s infused with chef Marco Canora’s Italian heritage and inspired by local produce. Partner Paul Grieco’s wine list is equally, outstandingly seasonal, and desserts are unadulterated comfort.

  4. 4. Savoy

    70 Prince St., at Crosby St.; 212-219-8570

    An urban-rustic charm that goes perfectly with the Mediterranean-inspired, hyperseasonal menu.

  5. 5. Franny’s

    295 Flatbush Ave., nr. Prospect Pl., Prospect Heights, Brooklyn; 718-230-0221

    Pizza might be the medium, but a Chez Panissean passion for local agriculture and a deep-seated artisanal bent are the message.


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