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We support the local agriculture community by using locally grown produce and other products made in, or around, Houston as much as possible. A big thanks to our local partners who share our passion for higher food standards and help us deliver the highest quality, freshest ingredients possible directly to you.

If you have an amazing product and would like to partner with us, please give us a shout: community@dishsociety.com 

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Atkinson Farms [Spring] 

Strawberries, tomatoes, potatoes - oh my! Atkinson Farms is a local staple producing quality ingredients for over 30 years. As a fourth generation farm, they know a thing or two about home-grown. Come taste why we’ve got the freshest menu in Houston.

Kalera [Houston]

Our salads are built with purpose using greens from Houston’s own, Kalera.

Let’s kickstart the future of sustainable nourishment: Cleaner than organic. Healthier than traditional. Fresher and closer than other greens. Vertical farming can play an important role in the coming years to secure access to fresh produce for a growing world population that is faced with climate change, reduction of fertile farmland, and soil erosion.

Vital Farms [Austin]

What does Vital Farms bring to the Dish Society table? Ethically sourced food of course! We do everything we can to improve the lives of people, animals, and the planet through food. Vital Farms Pasture-Raised Eggs can be found across our menu enriching every plate they’re placed on.

Kiolbassa Provision Co. [San Antonio]

There’s only one sausage company that’s as big and bold as the state of Texas itself: Kiolbassa Smoked Meats. They hand-craft their sausage the authentic way, using only the finest cuts of meat and freshest spices. Their slow-craft process is never hurried and does not include MSG, fillers, or cereals. That’s why a side of Kiolbassa Beef Sausage links helps make breakfast at Dish Society the best breakfast in Katy!

Mill-King [Waco]

Mill-King Market & Creamery is our go-to source for low temperature, pasteurized, and non-homogenized local dairy. Their cows are pasture-raised and grass-fed with no GMOs, hormones, additives, or antibiotics. Since 1941, Arnold and Minnie Miller and three generations of their family have run the dairy farm that supplies Texas with delicious and natural milk, cream, and cheese. The next time you go out for lunch in the Heights or brunch in Katy, stop by Dish Society to taste just how creamy and delicious their products are for yourself. 

Fredlyn Nuts [Houston]

A salad is only as good as its toppings. That's why we use slow-roasted pecans from Fredlyn Nuts in our Apple Pecan Salad. We are proud to use Houston-local ingredients. They’re so tasty that it will make your brunch Galleria trip well worth the drive!

Texas Cheesemakers [Cleveland]

From fresh butter and soft cheese curds to delicious buttermilk, Texas Cheesemakers supplies it all. James C. Keliehor, P.E., the son of a farmer and rancher, learned how to make fresh dairy products from a young age. Now, Cheesemakers produces them locally in Cleveland, Texas. Get a taste of their buttermilk next time you order breakfast delivery in downtown Houston when you try our buttermilk pancakes.

Greenway Coffee & Tea Co. [Houston]

At Dish Society, we believe local breakfast restaurants should serve locally roasted coffee. That’s why we are proud to serve locally roasted coffee by Greenway Coffee & Tea Co. Founders David Buehrer and Ecky Prabanto work with small producers that farm sustainably and use techniques to grow coffee beans that will make truly delicious roasted coffee. 

Yellowbird Sauce [Austin]

What started as a seed, Yellowbird Sauce’s condiments help us make the most flavorful brunch Houston has to offer, including our Houston Hot Chicken Sandwich. They use only the freshest, juiciest fruits and vegetables to send a heavy heatwave to tantalize your taste buds with every bite. 

Slow Dough Bread Co. [Houston]

With 5 generations of baking experience, Slow Dough Bread Co. knows how to make the fresh-baked bread we are proud to use in our dishes. They only use all-natural ingredients with no added artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. Their freshly baked bread on our delicious selection of sandwiches is part of what makes us one of the best lunch spots in Houston!

Homestead Gristmill [Waco]

We serve up the tastiest gluten-free brunch Houston has ever seen using organic ingredients from Homestead Gristmill. The husband and wife duo responsible for the Homestead Gristmill pride themselves on milling and mixing wholesome products safe for their children and the community. Their gluten-friendly pancake batter is just one example of why Brunch at Dish can’t be beat. 

Maine Root [Austin]

You can sip on our Maine Root soda without worry because their product doesn’t contain any high-fructose corn syrup. Instead, they make their refreshing drinks with fair trade using 100% organic sugar.