Committed to serving fresh, natural and locally-sourced food, The Source Public House will celebrated its 2nd anniversary this past July 24.
Having opened in 2014, The Source Public House was one of the first farm-to-table restaurants in the area, supporting local farms and food suppliers with 86 percent of its vendors located within 100 miles of the restaurant. The Source’s 154 Wisconsin vendors include 101 food providers, 40 craft breweries and 13 other beverage providers.
Serving as a local music and art venue as well, The Source has hosted more than 170 bands including local favorites Dead Horses, Sly Joe and the Smooth Operators, and The Dave Olsen Band, and is also home to 58 paintings and photographs created and shot by 16 local artists.
In addition to hosting live music several times a week, The Source also hosts a variety of events throughout the year from live artist showcases of their works, to sustainably-sourced five-course dinners, and The Source is the home of one of the only dog-friendly patios in the area.
According to long-time entrepreneur, businessman and Source owner Dennis Long, The Source offers a unique, locally-sourced menu without having to leave the Fox Valley.
“We are committed to providing the community with fresh, natural food from vendors right here in the Valley,” Dennis said. “We want to reconnect people to the land by serving food that is primarily grown right here in our backyards.”
At The Source you’ll experience a comfortable, casual dining experience with sustainability at its core.
“We are ‘green’ wherever practical,” Long said. “That means cloth napkins—not paper—and as little plastic as possible. We even use glass outside on our patio beer garden.”