Both businesses are owned by chefs Mike and Matt Romine, who were recently featured on the Food Network’s ‘Chopped’
Get a sneak peek at the new Farm Field Table butcher shop in Ferndale this month at a pop-up dinner.
Hosted by the shop’s sister restaurant Mulefoot Gastropub, the four-course dinner is 7 p.m. Oct. 22. The Mulefoot, located in Imlay City, is owned and operated by chefs Mike and Matt Romine, who are twin brothers.
Farm Field Table, a butcher shop and market, will open next month at 1030 Woodward Heights in Ferndale.
The concept at both Mulefoot and Farm Field Table, is to use seasonal products that are locally grown or raised with no antibiotics, steroids or hormones.
Tickets, $75, are on sale now for the October dinner in Ferndale by calling the Mulefoot at (810) 721-1019. Prices include beverage pairings but not tax or tip.
The Romine brothers recently scored first place on an episode of Food Network’s cooking competition show “Chopped.” They will be on the air again on the Food Network at 9 p.m. Nov. 3 for a championship-style episode titled “Beat Bobby Flay, Part 3.” It
Keeping the chefs even busier, is preparing to move the Mulefoot from its current location of M-53 to the historic downtown area of Imlay City at the corner of Main and Third. The Mulefoot opened in November of 2013. Construction on the new site is ongoing and a date has not yet been set for the relocation.