Tags: Community & Outreach
Tom Sullivan tries a very fresh, very hot, Cayenne pepper during a tour of the large acre of fresh produce grown behind Milton's Cuisine and Cocktails, in Crabapple. JONATHAN COPSEY/Staff.
July 24, 2012MILTON, Ga. - The staff at Milton's Cuisine and Cocktails, in Crabapple at the crossroads, has used home-grown vegetables for the past three years to supplement their already famous menu.
This year, the garden has expanded to a full acre and is chock-full of every vegetable imaginable, ready for eating.
The restaurant held a special garden party July 18, inviting members of the public to tour their garden and taste the fruits of their labors.
Several varieties of tomatoes, sweet corn, lettuce, cucumber, herbs and everything in between is grown in the plot of land just behind the restaurant.
Editor, Milton Herald