Restaurants and Retailers
Locally sourced and grown food supports local agriculture and provide guests with wholesome, healthy ingredients. “Local” generally refers to food sourced within Solano County or from neighboring counties.
Are you a restaurant owner interested in sourcing from local farms? Learn more about our farm-to-institution work here.
Why Buy Local?
Benefits of locally sourced foods:
- Keeps money local and boosts nearby economies
- More variety depending on what’s in-season
- Encourages crop rotation which keeps soil in good condition for future farming
- Contributes to a sustainable agricultural economy and work force
- Creates shorter transport distances reducing gas emissions
Where to Buy Local
Below is a list of local Solano County restaurants, cafes, bakeries, juice houses and retailers that source locally whenever possible.
BackDoor Bistro and Wine Bar (Vacaville)
The Barn & Pantry (Dixon)
Dawson’s Bar & Grill (Dixon)
Fairyella Ice Pops (Concord)
Il Fiorello Olive Oil Company (Fairfield)
Ironwood American Bistro (Suisun Valley)
Journey Coffee (Fairfield, Vacaville)
Juice House Co. (Benicia)
The Lazy Barn (Fairfield)
Mankas Grill (Fairfield)
One House Bakery (Benicia)
Provisions by League of Chefs (Vallejo)
Rosemarys Farm-to-Fork (Dixon)
Sepay Groves (Benicia)
Solano Baking Company (Dixon)
Sweet Pea’s Boutique (Vacaville)
This nursery and pet boutique also carries a variety of products from local farms: honey, lavender, olive oil, eggs, soap, jams, jellies, meat and vegetables. The store sells boxes of produce for pickup at the store and hosts a Sunday market with local vendors and farmers. Learn more here.
True Roots Juice & Eats (Vacaville)
Two60 Kitchen + Bar (Fairfield)
Urban Counter (Vallejo)
Virtue Juice Bar (Vacaville)
If you are a restaurant or retailer interested in sourcing local food, learn more about our farm-to-table/farm-to-institution work here or contact Local Food Program Manager Stephanie Oelsligle Jordan at firstname.lastname@example.org