Local Texas Food Businesses in ZIP Code 75069

Discover local Texas food businesses in ZIP Code 75069

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Babylove’s Farm

Farm & Ranch in McKinney

A homestead with a goal, Babylove's farm continuously advocates growing sustainable food in people's own backyards. With just 1-acre of land, they maximize sustainable food production to share healthy food in the neighborhood since 2013.Jon and Kristen McKee, a beautiful couple who owns the farm, are hands-on in their garden. If you happen to pass by their humble farm in McKinney, you'll likely see Jon spreading compost on a 40-yard land by hand. This is just one of the methods they use to build a naturally nutritious soil. Depending on the season, they produce vegetables, herbs, and flowers. They share their harvest to the community through several markets. You can usually find them at Willow Bend Mall in Plano and at Denton Community Market. Sometimes they also set up a food stand at 5360 Legacy Drive in Plano.Follow them on Facebook to know what they can offer and where next!

CT Provisions Cocktail Parlor & Kitchen

Restaurant in McKinney

CT Provisions Cocktail Parlor & Kitchen takes as much care in crafting their exquisite cocktails as they do their dishes that are made with local and sustainable ingredients. Bringing back the speakeasy vibe, it's easy to get lost in a world of craft cocktails inspired by the drinks of centuries past made with present spirits. Not only that, but you can also indulge in stories and the complex histories of making these drinks. Of course, there's also their carefuly curated and handcrafted menus that are designed to go perfectly with their craft cocktails. Is it a cocktail bar? Is it a restaurant? It's both!

(469) 631-0707

Essentialz Grocer

Store in McKinney

A perfect quick stop or dine-in experience, Essentialz Grocer is the “first zero waste grocer, deli and ice cream parlor” in North Texas. They partner with “local farms, ranches and artisans” to help make healthy and delicious food available to everyone in McKinney. They carry local fresh produce, freshly baked breads, bulk coffee, tea and other dry foods. They also offers meat, dairy, and eggs from local ranchers, all without “any unnecessary packaging.” Essentialz Grocer reduce food waste too, unsold food is prepared or frozen in their commercial kitchen, deli or ice cream parlor. For every 25 grocery bundles sold, they provide a bundle to a family in need.

(214) 498-6232

Fresh Mex

Artisan Food Producer in McKinney

Started with a recipe that has been handed down from generations and the desire to become business owners, sharing family recipes with the world, Fresh Mex is a pop up restaurant and caterer that is owned by a native Californian born from Mexican immigrants. They serves “Authentic Mexican food” and they are well known for their “Fresh Ceviches ,Tacos, and Hand crafted drinks” too! At Fresh Mex, they are committed to improving the community with every Authentic Mexican food meal they serve. This is why they are pledging a portion of the sales from their food stand locations to various charities along with delivering free fresh meals to families in need.

(714) 234-6855

Harvest

Restaurant in McKinney

Harvest opened its doors in 2014 with a goal to connect diners with the vibrant North Texas food community. By dining at Harvest, not only you will enjoy "great food", but you're making a lifelong impact in the community by supporting the businesses of local farmers, ranchers, and artisans. It offers a menu that showcases ingredients that are sourced within a 150-mile radius from the restaurant, from proteins to produce. The menu features appetizers like "deviled eggs", greens like "baby kale", seafood like "blackened striped bass", and entrees like "chicken fried steak". The bar, on the other hand, features an extensive selection of wine and infused cocktails.

(214) 726-0251

Jose’s Hamm’s – Butcher Shop and Custom Meat

Butcher in McKinney

Known for their famous “Spiral-Cut Honey Glazed ham,” Jose's Hamm's - Butcher Shop and Custom Meat is a family owned butcher shop specializing in “prime and choice cuts of beef, quality pork and chicken, house-made sausages, smoked brisket, ribs and pulled pork, deli meats and cheeses.” If you want a custom cut steak for a special occasion or you want a side of beef processed to your liking to fill up your freezer, Jose can accommodate your request. They strive to provide “quality meats that you will love!” They have been making sausage for over 35 years, including “Bratwurst, Jalapeno Brats, Italian, Spicy Italian, Chipotle, The Yard, Chorizo and Breakfast Sausage.” In addition, they also offer some of the finest Texas BBQ sauce, mustard, jelly, olive oil, rubs and coffee.

(972) 562-7511

Land of Oz BeefNo Own Retail Location

Online Service in McKinney

Land of Oz Beef offers top-quality beef from ranchers in America's heartland - Texas and Kansas. Meat is delivered straight to customers. Land of Oz Beef sells individual packages and in bulk quantities. On special occasions like Valentine's Day, they also offer bundles that include select beef products. If you are interested to know more about this and other things, follow them on social media or give them a call! If you want to cook beef or if you have a restaurant that requires a steady supply of beef, Land of Oz Beef is the kind of business that can help you. Land of Oz Beef has ground beef, ribeye, boneless rib roast, New York strip, boneless striploin roast, and filet mignon. They are located in McKinney, Texas.

Landon Winery (McKinney)

Winery in McKinney

Landon Winery's first location in historic downtown McKinney, Texas. "This is a great spot to relax in downtown McKinney". A "winery on the McKinney square with live music". "Whether you go in for a wine tasting ($10 for five wines) or you grab a glass", "this is a good place to go". With "very generous pours", they have"excellent wine selections" that includes "the Yellow Rose, Raspberry, and the Chocolate finale". They also have "Cabernet Sauvignon" and the "Landon Tempranillo" which can be the "smoothest Tempranillo" you will have. It is "perfect with the sharp cheeses and excellent meats on the tray".

(972) 542-3030

Local Yocal BBQ and Grill

Restaurant in McKinney

Local Yocal BBQ and Grill's interior is an epitome of casual rustic luxury style. Located in a beautifully renovated former grocery warehouse in historic downtown McKinney, this restaurant is a beef centric restaurant providing a quintessential Texas experience and sources and prepares its food with honesty. It offers an extensive menu, primarily highlighting Wagyu steaks and mouth-watering barbecue. It also features Southern American favorites such as "wood-grilled pork chop", "caesar salad", and "shrimp and grits". The bar serves a curated selection of local craft beer, single barrel bourbons, hand-selected wines, and barrel-aged cocktails.Local Yocal BBQ and Grill can satisfy all of your Smoked BBQ Cravings. Read more about them in Kim's 7 Restaurants for Farm-Fresh Smoked BBQ in Texas.

(469) 225-0800

Local Yocal Farm to Market

Butcher in McKinney

Local Yocal Farm to Market is a Farmer-owned, full-service butcher shop featuring unsurpassed local and all-natural “grass-fed meats, naturally raised Wagyu and 100% Angus beef,” as well as natural local goods and artisan natural food products. Owner, Matt grew up farming, ranching and being involved in many facets of agriculture, so starting a beef company was not a completely blind venture for him After outgrowing the McKinney Farmers Market, he opened Local Yocal Farm to Market just off the “historic town square in the year 2010.” Today, Local Yocal Farm to Market is available to small producers as a “quality processing facility,” equipped with deli cases stocked with fresh grass-fed beef and a retail front with a handful of very high quality products.

(469) 952-3838

Loco Cowpoke Salsa Shop

Store in McKinney

Loco Cowpoke Salsa Shop is a cozy storefront specializing in salsas, jellies, relishes, spices, sauces and other condiments “all made here in Texas.” Each product is tested to give you a down home southern kitchen feel of grandma approved. “Randy with his wife Jeanine” started the little salsa shop almost 10 years ago in downtown McKinney Texas. They have different varieties including “Ghost Pepper Salsa, Five Amigos Fire Roasted Pepper Salsa,” and a lot more. They have expanded the shop to make room for more than just salsas and started offering “Rachel's Texas Kitchen jams and jellies” that are made with a home-style quality that you can’t get at the grocery store.

(972) 548-0630

Lone Star Wine Cellars

Winery in McKinney

"Lone Star Wine Cellars wine bar has easy access, a patio area, high and low tables, and bars seating". They are located "in the north end of the old McKinney square". You will have "the biggest impression" for the "vibe of the place". There is "always great music" and "have great wine and appetizer options". They "offer a large assortment of other brands" aside from their "own family brand" of wines "to accommodate price range and variety". With "super friendly staff" that makes "their customers feel at home", you will enjoy it "so much". You may "become wine club members" too of this "very cute and cozy winery".

(972) 547-9463

McKinney Farmers Market

Farmers Market in McKinney

The McKinney Farmers Market is back at its original location for the 2019 season and onwards. For about 20 months, it relocated to the Adriatica area but it is back at Chestnut Square where it originally started. Surrounded by shady trees and historic old houses, visitors can also participate in one of the tours the city conducts – including a Ghost Walk where visitors might get a chance to meet some of the the old houses' resident ghosts.Held every Saturday (8:00am to 12:00pm) from April to November, the market consistently ranks as one of the top farmers market in Texas and nationwide. With its relocation to Chestnut Square, the market’s organizers have also implemented stricter rules for vendors so visitors can “shop the old-fashioned way”. These rules give emphasis and priority to locally grown produce. They’ve also improved the area by making it more accessible for wheelchair-bound visitors, among other improvements.

(972) 562-8790

McKinney Wine Merchant

Store in McKinney

McKinney Wine Merchant is an independent retailer of “fine and interesting wines from around the world.” This locally owned and operated merchant is housing some of the “most delicious and exotic wines” McKinney has to offer. “Owner - Andy Doyle” has over 25 years of experience in the wine industry. Since their opening in 2011, you will still find Andy behind the counter and available for questions if you choose to visit the local downtown shop! His desire to accommodate each and every customer far outshines the corporate mindset to sell the most expensive bottle. McKinney Wine Merchant does a great job of finding the hidden treasure. They carry about “200 wines from six continents.” They also offer a “Wine-of-the-Month Club” for an affordable surprise 12 times per year

(972) 542-4636

Patina Green Home and Market

Restaurant in McKinney

Patina Green Home and Market is a lifestyle market and a farm-to-table restaurant offering seasonal lunch menu, farm fresh produce, and house-made packaged foods to go. The menu mainly consists of sandwiches, house-made salads and sides, and other stuff like "tomato bisque" and "summer vegetable focaccia". This place is primarily known for its sandwiches, so you could never really go wrong with any sandwich on the menu, but the most popular items include "turkey breast sandwich", "jalapeno grilled cheese sandwich", and "hickory smoked ham sandwich". House-made gluten-free bread and vegan boxed lunches are available too.

(972) 548-9141

Rye

Restaurant in McKinney

Rye specializes in crafting seasonal American small plates and creative cocktails. Their menu constantly rotates depending on which ingredients are in season and at the peak of their freshness. Small plates enable you to have a taste of variety of hand crafted dishes instead of consuming just one massive entree. Their small plates entrees include "duroc pork belly lollipops", "texas red fish en papillote", and "spice crusted scallops". They also take pride in their "Chef's tasting menu", a full-course menu where you can choose between 5, 7, 9 or 11 courses. This features a progression of courses from the regular menu and may include daily specials.

(469) 625-1793

Square Burger

Restaurant in McKinney

Square Burger is a burger joint located in Mckinney's downtown square. Each and every patty used in the burger are made fresh daily using local ingredients, thus, it is not your typical fast food burger joint. Square Burgers serves "more than just a traditional beef burgers", they also make "smoked salmon burger", "Colorado lamb burger", "spicy tuna burger" and many more varieties of burger. Vegan options aren't visible on the menu, but you can always ask for assistance for a customized made-to-order burger to fit your way of eating. On top of burgers, they also serve a selection of sides including "sweet potato fries" and "onion rings".

(972) 542-0185

Sugarbacon

Restaurant in McKinney

Sugarbacon Proper Kitchen boasts a contemporary, stylish interior and a serene ambiance. The restaurant hosts live music on Friday and Saturday evenings. Some of the most popular items off their menu include the namesake "sugarbacon appetizer", "barbecue prime brisket with cheddar enchiladas", and "shrimp and grits". For dessert, the best-seller "banana butterscotch pudding" and "hot fudge brownie with ice cream" are "stellar" and "not to be missed". While you will definitely appreciate this restaurant at any time of the day, the best time to visit is during "happy hour" when you can enjoy selected dishes, beers, wines, and cocktails including the famous "whiskey flight" at a discounted price.

(469) 952-5150

The Goat’s RevoltNo Own Retail Location

Artisan Food Producer in McKinney

Specializing in distinctive, high-quality, and non-dairy vegan cheese, The Goat’s Revolt is certainly the answer to a fully plant-based, lactose-free, and casein-free cheese. All of what they offer are naturally gluten-free and non-GMO, fresh and thoughtfully prepared in small hand-made batches. What you’re going to love more is that this cheese “doesn’t taste like fake cheese at all.” It’s “super good” and “so flavorful,” with “such a convincing texture” that will surely get you hooked up. They offer a good selection of flavors including “the Pepper Jane, Smoked Gouda, and Brie,” and all of them “were incredible!” The traditional “mozzarella” itself is already “fantastic” and “flavorful with a little spice” and a “great texture.” Can you imagine how much more “amazing” their “truffle parmesan block” is? See for yourself and be part of this wonderful Revolt!

(505) 819-8951

The Pantry Restaurant

Restaurant in McKinney

The Pantry Restaurant offers classic comfort food staples and an extensive selection of pies and cakes. It highlights a seasonally-driven menu, featuring all-time favorite breakfast food like "french toast", tasty sandwiches like "triple grilled cheese", and classic entrees like "chicken fried steak". On top of that, The Pantry showcases over 20 different types of made-from-scratch pies and cakes baked fresh daily. The selection of pies ranges from classics such as "chocolate cream" and "coconut cream" to "unique" flavors like "banana split" and "pumpkin crunch". Their plates are as good as their sweets, but make sure to leave room for desserts because a visit to The Pantry Restaurant wouldn't be complete without trying out their famous sweets.

(972) 542-2411

Tom Motley

Farm & Ranch in Grand Saline

Tom Motley is a painter, professor and writer. Together with his wife, Kay who is also a championship horse trainer, they started out slowly, growing organic herbs and vegetables in Kay’s kitchen garden. Tom Motley writes The Motley Farm Report (C&S Media) and lectures on organic, no-till farming, locavore dining, and ag issues. Though selling primarily to area restaurants, some seasonal items are available to the public at Local Yocal, downtown McKinney, Texas. “Don’t forget our rainbow-colored free-range eggs!” added Kay, who raises the six different breeds of heritage hens that lay them. “And the raw honey from our own hives, too.”

(469) 247-6535

Tupps Brewery

Craft Brewery in McKinney

The “Tupps” in TUPPS Brewery is Tupper Patnode, its co-founder, head brewer, and half of a two-man partnership. Its other half is co-founder Keith Lewis, a sales and marketing guy. Together, they blend art and science, and sprinkle in some business savvy to run a successful brewery. They start with great beer, which accounts for the artistic side, and use the senses to create, validate, and refine the beers. The scientific side comes in “to ensure quality and consistency in the brewing process”. A brewery is a business, however, and needs business smarts. For TUPPS, that means using management tools to streamline operations or taking in an excellent distribution partner.It seems Keith and Tupper perfected beer brewing. They opened in 2015, and a year later, production grew by 400 percent in total volume. Visit TUPPS at McKinney’s historic Cotton Mill complex and see for yourself. They have free tours every Saturday at 12:30pm.

(214) 856-7996

Whole Foods Market (Fairview)

Store in Fairview

The Whole Foods Market (Fairview) "is clean and well-stocked with a good variety of produce and employees who are happy to help". "The staff are incredibly helpful here". "Always know where I can find vegan choices" according to one loyal customer. Also, "the bulk dry food options are great and the coffee and tea selection is the best". You can also "find the best selection of non-dairy ice cream in the freezer section and the vegan cheeses and vegan meats options here are extensive". Also, "this has been the ONLY Wholefoods that offers ice for refrigerated items". And, "not even in Down Town Chicago, Gold Coast it Streeterville, has this perk".

(972) 549-4090

Wild Salsa (Fairview)

Restaurant in Fairview

This branch of Wild Salsa restaurant can be found along East Stacy Road in Fairview, Texas. It features some of the most authentic Mexican specialties that you can't definitely resist. All the menu items on their list are made with fresh and local ingredients. And yes, that includes cocktails! But, if you're not in the mood for such, head over to their bar area where you can choose from over 100 tequilas and beers! The other good news is, you can get a dollar discount on all the beers when you come during the weekdays between 4:00 and 6:00 p.m. No free time on weekdays? Don't worry as they also offer Reverse Happy Hour from 10 to 12 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
So if I were you, I'd come by and taste the "Wild" difference!

(972) 363-2031

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