Carlstadt, NJ (PRWEB) January 07, 2014
Next month football fans from around the country will descend upon New Jersey in search of the “true” Garden State. Offering a local twist on farm-to-table, Terre à Terre, located literally within arm’s throw of the MetLife Stadium, will feature a full line-up of events celebrating
the Big Game.
Terre à Terre sources most of its foods from within a 300-miles radius of its Bergen County location. “While we try to stay as local as possible, we are willing to go a few extra miles to get a special product we just can’t get in the immediate area,” says Chef Owner Todd Villani. “Using local food products allows us to find good quality items and know first-hand how those items are grown or raised. That good quality is passed on to our customers in great flavors, freshness and quality.”
With a focus on celebrating New Jersey’s agricultural heritage, Terre à Terre is organizing the following special events in addition to its regular weekday schedule:
About Terre à Terre
In creating Terre à Terre, translated as down to earth, Chef Villani brings many years of restaurant experience working for some of Manhattan’s top restaurants, including Marcus Samuelsson’s renowned Aquavit restaurant and at his subsidiary interest, World Yacht, combining simple fresh foods with a creative blend of exotic flavors and ingredients – his signature approach to preparing foods with an international flair.
With nearly 50 seats and a private dining area, the Chef’s Table, which offers a multi-course gourmand tasting menu, Terre à Terre provides dining from Wednesday through Saturday 5:30 – 10:00 and on Sunday for brunch 11:00 – 2:30 p.m. During the week of Jan. 27, hours will be extended to lunch hours 11:30 - 2:00 p.m.
Terre à Terre is located at 312 Hackensack Street. For more information, or to learn more about the farmers and artisans supplying Terre à Terre, visit http://www.terreaterre.biz. The restaurant takes reservations online at http://terreaterre.biz/reservation/ and by phone at 201.507.0500.