Eating Out? Order Green Circle Chicken Here

Have you heard about our Green Circle Chicken? It’s a very special bird – raised by Amish and Mennonite farmers in Pennsylvania who respect the old ways and treat the birds well. The free-ranging chickens eat actual vegetable scraps, from local markets and farms, that feed and nourish the birds instead of languishing in landfills.

This holistic approach produces truly wholesome results. And that’s why we call it a Green Circle chicken. No waste = great taste. You can read more about this special poultry in the New York Times and right here on our blog.

If you want to try it for yourself, you can order from dartagnan.com, check your local grocery store, or head to the nearest restaurant that serves our Green Circle Chicken.  Read on for a partial list of restaurants where you can enjoy this tasty bird.

La Table in Houston, TX

In a beautiful presentation, the Green Circle Chicken is stuffed with wild mushrooms and carved table side.

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Photo: La Table

Nico, Chicago

Lovely and crispy Green Circle Chicken with grilled broccolini, smoked Italian sausage and Parmesan in Chicago.

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Foodspotting Photo: Jocelyn Delk Adams

Rebelle, New York City

Rebelle serves Green Circle Chicken roasted with confit potato and lemon preserve. Perfection!

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Photo: Rebelle

Branch Line, Watertown, MA

It’s all about the rotisserie at Branch Line, and the Green Circle Chicken is the main attraction. The Boston Globe even said as much in their review.

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Photo: Branch Line

Gramercy Tavern, New York City

This season, the Green Circle Chicken is artfully plated with corn, chanterelles and bacon.

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Photo: Gramercy Tavern

White Tiger, Brooklyn, NY

In Brooklyn Green Circle Chicken gets the Korean treatment – it’s fried and served with pickled daikon & jalapeños, pickled pepper potato salad, and spicy or sweet soy ginger sauce.

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Photo: Edsel Little, Flickr

Faro, Brooklyn, NY

Green Circle is served two ways at Faro: Bucatini with Green Circle Chicken confit, alpine cheese, chili with basil, and chicken breast with potato cake, cress salad,  garlic bread sauce. Can we order both?

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Faro Bucatini with Confit Chicken, from Well + Good, Photo: Michael Tulipan

Stone Creek Inn, East Quogue, NY

Oven-roasted Green Circle Chicken breast served with chive mashed Potatoes, sautéed spinach and chili honey lavender jus, seen here on the line.

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Photo: Stone Creek Inn

Roister, Chicago

Green Circle Chicken is served 3 ways: braised, poached and fried with sunchoke sauce. Eater thinks it might be the best fried chicken in Chicago; read more here.

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Photo from Chicago Reader, by Danielle A. Scruggs

But wait, there’s more … these notable restaurants are also serving Green Circle Chicken:

The 1770 House, East Hampton, NY

Roasted Green Circle Chicken with Amber Waves wheatberries, roasted mushrooms and zucchini.

Ariete, Miami, FL

Try Green Circle Chicken in their signature dish: wood grilled and served with local vegetables and salsa verde.

The Kitchen, Chicago

At The Kitchen, you can taste Green Circle Chicken with grilled greens, yukon potatoes, & herb aioli.

Pierre’s Restaurant, Bridgehampton, NY

A classic presentation, you can enjoy roasted Green Circle Chicken with with ratatouille and potato purée.

Restaurant Veladora, Rancho Santa Fe, CA

The Green Circle Chicken is served with pancetta ballontine, foraged mushrooms, squash blossom and black truffle. Mmmmm.

We hope you will get the chance to enjoy our Green Circle Chicken at one of these restaurants, or at home, very soon. If you do, please share photos with us on social media. Tag @dartagnanfoods on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and show us what your eating – or cooking!

 

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