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.
Alyson Bryan and Lime Valley Mill were one of the first farms that we contacted when we arrived in Lancaster. Although she was unsure of our plans at first, she bared with us. From day one she has been an incredible asset, friend and supporter. Lime Valley will be growing a bountiful roster of vegetables exclusively for us in the coming months as well as providing us with exquisite lamb and beef when available.
A family owned and operated business for over 25 years, Brogue Hydroponics was founded by Bob and Nancy Kilgore in 1987. They have grown to six greenhouses which allows them to grow incredible produce year round. Ma(i)son purchases incredibly aromatic and flavorful herbs, tender and delicate lettuce and greens as well as edible flowers and could not be happier about it.
Tulip Tree Hill Farm is a small, charming farm in Southern Lancaster County that is owned and operated by Kathleen Stolzfus. The farm encompasses four-acres of land with nearly one-third of that being occupied by pasture and grasses. In addition to the incredible produce she grows the farm is occupied by Bantam chickens, Khaki Campbell ducks, a pair of geese and a honeybee hive. She also grows wonderful wheat grass which we juice to nourish the staff!
Alex’s family farm is located in northern Lititz. He is an incredibly enthusiastic young farmer whos interests lies in strange and unusual crops of centuries ago from ancient Mayan root vegetables to Frais De Bois. Alex will be growing an incredible array of custom vegetables, fruits and edible flowers and herbs for the restaurant and will play a vital role in our future growth.
Ryan Martin and Ryan Smoker were the first people in Lancaster whom we contacted regarding this project. Together they own and operate The Infantree, a design studio in downtown Lancaster. They assisted us in creating our branding and bring our vision of Ma(i)son to life. They will forever be a huge part of bringing Ma(i)son to fruition and we look forward to continually working with them down the road.
This is a farm run by Brandon Tennis and Abby Sullivan. They operate a market stand at Eastern Market in downtown Lancaster and produce some of the most beautiful craft produce we have had the pleasure of using. As great as they are at farming, Susquehanna Permaculture is much more than just a farm. They are also an educational organization who’s aim is to offer educational opportunities and much more.
Created by Howard Fields, a ex-corporate worker turned artisanal cheesemaker and monger, is one of Lancaster County’s most dynamic artisan additions. A long time cheese enthusiast and recent cheesemaker himself, Howard uses European cheesemaking techniques.
The Groffs' are two of the most lovely people we have met and there stand continually features some of the most beautiful and petite vegetables around. Their farm is located in Bird-in-Hand, Pennsylvania and has been on the same plot of land since Earl's parents bought the property in 1946--Groff's Farm is a true family-owned and operated farm. We purchase a range of seasonal vegetables like French Breakfast radishes, and watercress.