We constantly seek new ways to strengthen our relationships with local farmers. In early 2016, we took that passion a step further and constructed our very own urban farm. This exciting project aims to bring you, our customer, even closer to the Atwater’s foods you already know and love.

The urban farm represents our mission to provide fresh, wholesome food to Baltimore, and serves as a reminder of how interconnected we all are to the natural world; from the honeybees that pollinate our tomatoes, to the hands of our farmer Anthony who cultivates the vegetables found in your meal. We invite you to share our bounty and experience the true meaning of farm to table.

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The organic vegetables grown at Atwater's farm help make the soups, salads, and  sandwiches at our locations even better. The difference is in the taste, and in the support  provided to our own sustainable Baltimore City farm.  Next time you're eating at Atwater's, enjoy each bite knowing the vegetables cultivated for your enjoyment are building a more sustainable community!

 
 

Our organically-grown herbs on The Atwater's farm provide our soups, breads, and  specialty dishes with quality seasoning. Herbs such as mint, tarragon, thyme & more  enhance the diverse flavors of our food, without compromising the integrity!

 
 

The vegetables and herbs that we harvest go right into our menus. Our gardens are  currently able to produce 100 pounds of lettuce and 10 pounds of herbs every week! As summer gets closer and  new vegetables emerge, we will have even more to offer. Make sure to keep  checking this page to see how our farm continues to impact our food and our menus.   Below, you can see some vegetables and herbs that are already on the menu!

 
 

In 2016 the Atwater’s Farm took root at our Big Kitchen in Baltimore. After a year of successful harvests, we decided to search for more space to grow. This past December we partner with  The Samaritan Women of Baltimore, which has provided us with 2 acres of extra farm land!  Our Farmer Anthony has his work cut our for him, but through the support of the Samaritan Women, we hope to produce many more of the vegetables and herbs found on our menus today!