"Our mission when it comes to sourcing is local first, but always sustainable. Local food provides immediate impact on our communities, and this impact helps to create change by putting hyper-fresh ingredients on the table for our guests, and benefits our economy by supporting local farms and food artisans. The Good Food 100 Restaurants is an important next step in our industry to provide transparency for our guests to know the chefs and restaurants who are taking care in sourcing healthy ingredients."
JBF Chefs Boot Camp for Policy & Change Alumni
JBF SmartCatch Program
Slow Food Member
Seafood Watch Blue Ribbon Task Force
Executive Chef & Owner: William Dissen