In Season, a new restaurant emphasizing locally grown ingredients, opened in mid-May at 324 W. Main St., and there is an informative account at WDRB-41’s web site.
Daniel Passafiume, a St. Xavier High School and Hanover College graduate, opened “In Season” this spring on West Main Street in the historic Hubbuch & Co. building.
He sources the majority of his ingredients from his own farm in southern Jefferson County. The menu offers healthy options like salads, stir fry and harvest bowls, and everything is made from scratch, in-house. There’s the option to customize anything or order from a handful of signature bowls, which are designed based off what is currently in season, rotating at least four times per year.
“We started our own farm to kind of help learn what it takes to grow your own food and also to bring some varieties that we couldn’t find around the area to the market,” he said.
In Season’s on-line portals offer information about dine-in, pick-up and delivery options. There’s also an app for placing direct orders. Current hours are 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday through Friday (closed Saturday and Sunday).