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Marben, Toronto's longstanding independent farm-to-table restaurant has reopened and is now offering takeout and grocery boxes for pickup.
Marben at Home is designed to bring home cooked meals from the farm to your kitchen table. The new takeout initiative features four family meals and four grocery boxes available for pre-order on their website and pickup at the Wellington Street West restaurant.
Family meals are available Thursday through Sunday and must be preordered at least 48 hours prior and picked up at the restaurant between 5 p.m.- 9 p.m. The Marben at Home menu features comfort food favourites such as Black Angus and Wooley's Lamb shepherd's pie, hand-line caught cod fish and chips, pasture raised fried chicken and sirloin roast beef -- each with two individual sides. Dinners are available for 2, 4 and 6 servings and are $50, $100 and $150, respectively.
The Marben Market also features four grocery boxes packed with top quality ingredients sourced from local farms and artisans. Grocery boxes includes farm fresh staples for your pantry, proteins and weekend brunch needs. You can also build your own grocery box including everything from Sheldon Creek dairy, Alliston Creamery butter, house-made sourdough and preserves, and house smoked Berkshire bacon.
In addition to farm-fresh comfort food, Marben has also opened their wine shop to the public to get their hands on sustainably sourced, organic and biodynamic wines at a fraction of the cost, as well as local craft beers!
Grocery boxes and beverage add-ons must also be preordered online 48 hours in advance, and are available for pickup Tuesday through Sunday from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Staying true to their core values of sustainability and farm-to-table freshness was a "no brainer" for the restaurant. Providing locals with affordable farm-to-table dinners and artisanal grocery boxes, that are otherwise inaccessible and expensive, "will allow guests to eat wholesome local food, support the restaurant and the local supply chain,” says Marben's executive chef, Chris Locke.