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Foragers Market

Foragers Market offers a selection of prepared vegetarian and meat dishes, with an emphasis on locally grown and artisanal ingredients. Deli manager Chad Parks says that the same quality ingredients offered for sale in the store (where pricey organic veggies and free range meats can be had) are used in concocting their sandwiches, such as chipotle chicken salad; the lunch platters, like Berkshire pork chop with sweet potatoes and organic asparagus; and a variety of vegetarian pasta dishes. The make-your-own salad bar offers two sizes: for $4.99 you can fill the large plastic clamshell with ingredients like baby mesclun greens, feta cheese and citrus couscous, and for $6.99, a gigantic box is “lavish enough to serve two,” says GO Brooklyn’s Rebecca Migdal. Top it with grilled chicken, shrimp or fish for a few more bucks.

One or two soups are always available; the yellow squash soup is “deliciously creamy with a nutty flavor,” according to Migdal.

New this month, Foragers offers pastries “from local Brooklyn bakeries like Baked,” says general manager Rory Treat, who adds that in the spring, a juice bar and outside seating will make an appearance. Foragers is open Monday though Saturday, 10 am to 9 pm, and Sundays, from 11 am to 8 pm.

Where: 56 Adams St. at Front Street
Tel: (718) 801–8400
How much: Lunch entrees: $6.95–$12.
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Updated Feb. 1, 2012
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