Small Enterprise

While we donate and distribute most of our produce through our programs, like our sliding scale CSA, we do sell a portion of our herbs and vegetables to local restaurants and businesses.

If your business is interested in using some of CGCF's freshly grown products please contact our office or Program and Outreach Coordinator, Josephine Chu at josephine@commongoodcityfarm.org.

The following restaurants and businesses feature Common Good's produce:

Bacio Pizzeria

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Bacio Pizzeria is an independent, family-owned all natural pizza store, serving Bloomingdale, Ledroit Park, Eckington, Shaw and surrounding DC neighborhoods. They use produce from CGCF and even have a pizza named after the farm!

John & Kira's

John & Kira's gourmet chocolate gifts are handmade and make perfect artisan chocolate holiday gifts, birthday gifts, wedding favors, and chocolate corporate gifts. They use rosemary and mint from CGCF's herb garden to produce their Urban Garden Bars.

Smoke and Barrel

Smoke and Barrel is a gourmet barbeque restaurant in Adams Morgan that features delicious dishes to please both meat lovers and vegetarians. In addition to buying CGCF produce, Smoke and Barrel has also supported the farm by participating in our annual event and our Summer Youth Program's community lunches.

Table

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Table embraces simplicity, offering chef-inspired cuisine and an ever-changing menu of rustic, seasonal and locally-sourced ingredients in the historic Shaw neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Table has been a strong supporter of Common Good City Farm through purchasing our produce as well as participating in our upcoming Night on the Farm fundraiser.

Big Bear Cafe

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Big Bear Cafe is an independent coffeehouse and restaurant in the Bloomingdale neighborhood. Big Bear Cafe has been a strong supporter of Common Good City Farm through purchasing our produce as well as participating in our upcoming Night on the Farm fundraiser.

Calabash

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Calabash is an independent teahouse in the Shaw neighborhood. Calabash has been a strong supporter of Common Good City Farm through purchasing our produce.