Hock Farm Craft & Provisions
A celebration of the Sacramento region’s rich history and bountiful terrain, the restaurant is named after John Sutter’s Hock Farm. Established in 1841, the settlement was the first large-scale agricultural settlement in Northern California. From the beginning, Sutter recognized the farming potential of the Sacramento Valley and pursued many agricultural ventures including grain, cattle, orchards and vineyards, foreshadowing Sacramento’s modern day designation as the ‘Farm-to-Fork Capital’.
Menu: $35 per person
Monterey Calamari “a la plancha,” Riverdog Farms shellbeans, “backyard” nettle pesto, salmoriglio
Mesquite grilled Emigh lamb marinated in Straus yogurt
Lundberg farms rice pilaf, Moroccan spices, bitter orange (from our patio) – lamb redux
Stillwater Farms Seckel Pear crostada, vanilla bean gelato, caramel
Tax & gratuity not included. Menu available 9/10/15-9/27/15. Dine-in only after 5pm.