Farm and Haus opens at East End Market today


Back in May, we told you that Farm-Haus, the farm-to-table meal delivery service operating out of East End Market, would be moving into the old Bookmark It space.

Well, that day has come. Farm & Haus (note the ampersand to reflect their new retail space) opens Thursday, Sept. 22, offering a full slate of breakfast, lunch and dinner items.
Farm & Haus at East End Market - FARM & HAUS
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  • Farm & Haus at East End Market
The husband-and-wife team of Brittany Walsh-Lyne and Patrick Lyne will open Farm & Haus at 8 a.m. and serve such breakfast items as:
  • sweet lemon ricotta toast with maple-roasted pumpkin topped with sage and Spanish pepitas
  • savory avocado toast with tomato, pickled red onion and shaved radish
  • breakfast sandwich of in-house sausage, egg, gouda and romesco sauce
  • chorizo burrito with scrambled eggs and queso and served with salsa
For lunch, a grab-and-go grain bowl, salad and spicy curry lentil soup will be available, as will a seasonal Florida panini with pesto sauce, roasted eggplant, squash and mushroom.

Next week, patrons will be able to customize salads and grain bowls by making ingredient selections on a sheet.

For dinner, the chef-created meals they make available for delivery will be served until 7 p.m.

Farm & Haus doesn't offer any seating in the new space, but the weather is becoming increasingly conducive to enjoying meals outside on patio.

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