A new farm-to-table restaurant, Fresh Forage, is opening this month at 5060 Jackson Road, in Ann Arbor. Andrew Sereno, co-owner with chef Samuel Boyce, says, “We use locally sourced ingredients to craft delectable seasonal combinations. Craft your own bowl with delicious local ingredients or pick a chef-inspired forage bowl. The seasonally dynamic menu is allergen-friendly and offers something for everybody.”
Andrew and Sam are both Chelsea natives and have a farm in Gregory. The art in the restaurant is from local artists in Washtenaw County and the woodwork inside is sourced from wood harvested on the farm. “Fresh Forage as a whole is geared toward full-circle sustainability and changing the food system; customers will know what new project we are working on toward achieving that goal when they come into the restaurant,” notes Sereno.
Everything in the fast casual restaurant comes in compostable containers and is composted so that there is no post-consumer waste generated. Orders can be made online for pickup or on kiosks inside. Fresh Forage will be conducting a soft opening in August with grand opening set for September.
Meals start at $10. For more information, visit FreshForage.com and sign up to participate in the soft opening.