A Taste Of Saugatuck

The other day, alert — and hungry — “06880” reader JP Vellotti was walking home from the train station.

Smells from the many area restaurants were alluring. He got even hungrier.

Then he saw these cherry tomatoes growing outside  Fleishers Craft Butchery.

(Photo/JP Vellotti)

(Photo/JP Vellotti)

JP says, “If they don’t put a ‘please do not pick’ sign up soon, there might be a new meaning to ‘community garden.’

But he resisted temptation. And got his tomato fix at Julian’s instead.

2 responses to “A Taste Of Saugatuck

  1. Of course if you want to taste a lot more of Saugatuck, simply come there on Saturday Sept 10 from 2pm – 5pm for the 5th Annual Slice of Saugatuck Festival.

    Food, merchandise, bands, beer gardens, bouncy houses, climbing wall, balloon bender, hoola hoops, maker faire, Dance and Tai Kwan Do demonstrations and more…… See what Saugatuck has to offer.


  2. Thank you for noticing those tomatoes, JP. They were grown by Homefront Farmers–we are the foremost experts in organic garden design, construction and maintence for homeowners in Fairfield County. We provide all you need to get you growing, whether just a helping hand to get started or someone to take care of everything including weekly maintenance throughout the season. All our practices are NOFA (Northeast Organic Farming Association) approved so you can be sure you’re getting the healthiest, most delicious and freshest produce possible, yard to table. Check out our website: Homefrontfarmers.com. We also offer free site evaluations, 203-470-3655. Again, thanks for noticing, JP!