Keep it healthy with the EatBCS.com Guide to local food sources and farm-to-table eateries:
Local Farms & Food Sources
Brazos Bottom Beef Bryan, TX
Brazos Bottom Beef is a business owned, operated, and managed by Leon Cash Jr. Leon is a life long resident of the Bryan area. He graduated from Bryan High School and Texas A&M. Leon leased his first land for grazing cattle in 1979 at age 17. His sole occupation has been the cattle business (cow/calf). Leon’s goal through the years has been quality. Using the best technology available, Leon has steadily increased the genetics of his cattle, generation after generation. This beef is the result of many years of hard work and dedication. Contact Leon directly if you would like to request different cuts of beef at email@example.com or 979-255-6434
Earth Galley Farms 2961 Fm 974/Tabor Rd., Bryan, TX
Earth Galley Farms will deliver produce to your door in the Bryan-College Station area from their farm as well as over a dozen farms that they partner with for eggs, meats & more. You can also pick up your veggies at the farm or at The Village Cafe in Downtown Bryan. The farm offers awesome tours and events. Get on their email list and follow them on social. Visit the Earth Galley Farms website for details.
Fort Dodge Farms College Station, TX
Free range, non-GMO, non-soy eggs. Pastured pork. Free range, non-GMO, non-soy broilers – on occasion. Chemical Free, non-filtered honey.
The Howdy Farm Texas A&M Campus
The Howdy Farm is a student-run organic, sustainable farm on the campus of Texas A&M University. You can subscribe to weekly produce baskets, volunteer, or go to the farm to tour and/or buy produce. Their mission is to grow healthy food and community, and to connect the two through experiential learning, interdisciplinary research, and promoting sustainable agriculture.
Jimmy Bobby’s Sausage Co., Downtown Bryan
Fresh Breakfast, Italian & Bratwürst Sausage made weekly in Downtown Bryan, Texas.
Lone Star Olive Ranch Madisonville, TX
Thriving Texas Olives and expansive selection of Olive Tree Varieties in nearby Madisonville, TX.
No Worries Cattle Co. Iola, TX
No Worries Angus Beef is available at the Brazos Valley Farmers Market and through Earth Galley Farms. No Worries is more than their name. It is their outlook on life. They enjoy the peace and quiet of the country raising their cattle in a responsible, sustainable, stress-free environment. Most of their cattle have been bred and raised on their farm. They started with a small herd of super-high quality Lowline Angus from Nebraska. Lowline Angus are highly efficient in converting grass to beef. They are the most efficient and sustainable grass-fed beef breed. Please feel free to set up a time to come by and see their operation.
Twisted Bakery College Station, TX
Get Twisted Root craft baked goods like pies and breads at the Brazos Valley Farmers Market, via Earth Galley Farms or contact them.
What’s The Buzz Coffee Roasters College Station, TX
As a localized micro-roastery, you can enjoy a truly fresh cup of coffee today from a batch roasted yesterday at What’s The Buzz.
Yellow Prairie Farm Caldwell, TX
Yellow Prairie Farm delivers to your home in Bryan- College Station, Dime Box, Lexington, and Caldwell. Yellow Prairie Farm is a small family farm growing organic produce for home delivery.
Brazos Valley Farmers Market 500 N. Main St., Downtown Bryan’
Held every Saturday from 8am ’til about noon, the Brazos Valley Farmers Market has veggies, canned goods, Grass fed meats & more. About 15-20 farmers and vendors show up. Great selection. Nice people.
Wellborn Farmers Market @ America’s Country Store in Wellborn
Bringing agriculture back to the community by providing a Farmers Market to South College Station on Thursdays 2:30pm-5:30pm
Farm to Table Restaurants
Ronin Cooking 363 Creekside Dr., Bryan, TX
Ronin Cooking is a catering company based on Don Ganter’s old place in Bryan. It makes great use of the facilities to host monthly dinners and catered events. Much of the food served is grown onsite. The farm’s dinners are open to the public, tickets are sold in advance on the site. They also have farm tour days throughout the year. Ronin Cooking plans to open a restaurant more accessible to the public on a regular basis in 2017 in Downtown Bryan’s Ice House Redevelopment.
Village Cafe 210 W. 26th St., Downtown Bryan
At The Village, “made from scratch” means more. It means that every possible part of your meal is natural, homegrown and made by the hands of people who care about this community. From breads, dressings, jams and pastries, their menu is fresh everyday and sourced from over a dozen local farms.