Locally Sourced Ingredients and a Modern Farmhouse Feel

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By Delia Engstrom | Only D Photography

Locally sourced ingredients and a modern farmhouse feel are always in season at Birch Kitchen & Bar, the first farm-to-table concept restaurant in western Prince William County.

 

 Recently celebrating their ribbon cutting ceremony, the owners of Birch have long embraced the popularity of local farmer’s markets. Nearly 75% of their menu ingredients, from meats to produce, originate from farms within a 200 mile radius. They take pride in delivering that freshness straight to the palates of their already devoted patrons and converting first-timers to a new dining experience.

With a focus on offering a menu filled with natural and organic items whenever possible, Birch Kitchen & Bar believes in letting the ingredients speak for themselves, with minimal use of frying in oil or butter. Seasonally available food dictates a menu overhaul every few months, but the dedication to presenting familiar food with a new twist and a commitment to a healthy and harmonious lifestyle remains.

Birch Kitchen & Bar is open Monday through Saturday 11:30am- 10pm and 10am-9pm on Sunday. Take your tastebuds to the Bristow Commons shopping center at 9110 Devlin Road in Bristow, to see why they’ve already won the Open Table  Diner’s Choice Awards for 2016. Visit them online at birchkitchenbar.com  or call 703-468-4630 to make reservations.

Delia Engstrom (dengstrom@princewilliamliving.com) is a freelance event photographer currently residing in Montclair. Originally from New York, she has been actively involved in photography for nearly 30 years. She has lived all over the country and enjoys exploring new locales and being active in her community.

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