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Blueberry season!

The blueberry patch is full of pickers, even little Fresh Linkers!


Art and Soul Re-opening March 26, 2013

Fresh Link will be attending the re-opening of Art and Soul tomorrow night.  We are excited to support Chef Wes Morton and the new menu!




Strawberries for our chefs this Friday!

Jimmy Godwin's Old Chandler Strawberries will be in the restaurants this Friday.  If you are in Washington D.C., eat out and try some of these amazing berries.



Game Dinner with Lyon Hall: October 23


Sunday, October 23rd 

5 courses with wine pairings - $100 per person (plus tax & tip). Email sarah@thefreshlink.com about local pricing

5pm arrival - 6pm dinner 


Fresh Link Partners with Virginia State University 

Fresh Link is excited to announce our new partnership with Virginia State University’s (VSU) Randolph Farm!

Randolph Farm is a 416 acre agricultural learning center, home to agricultural related research, demonstration and instruction activities. In addition to producing the region's traditional row crops, the farm is utilized for research and education in areas of new and niche crops, alternative cropping methods, horticultural crops, nutrient management, water quality, animal production and aquaculture production. The farm also hosts numerous annual events such as field days, workshops, farm conferences and professional training to share valuable information and promote the agricultural industry. Also important to note, 100 percent of the profits from Randolph Farm supports VSU’s scholarship program.

The goal of Randolph Farm’s specialty produce program is to diversify Virginia’s growing capabilities through research and test products. VSU’s Horticulture Extension Specialist Dr. Reza Rafie contacted Fresh Link for assistance in exposing test products to DC chefs. He also hopes to get feedback from area chefs about ways to improve Randolph Farm’s produce. Fresh Link is super excited to be offering these unique Virginia-grown products to our restaurants, including papaya, white guava, baby ginger, bitter melon, long beans, chocolate habaneros and more! All are grown in traditional hoop houses or hot houses specifically designed to protect the tropical fruits during colder months.

Interested in learning more? Contact Mollie Visosky at mollie@thefreshlink.com or Sarah Ridgeway at sarah@thefreshlink.com