Where to eat local in Langley

We are so lucky to live in Langley, where local is key to everyone. We love the summer and fall months for their delicious berries and beautiful vegetables, that we can access! Today the Langley Eats Local event is happening at the Langley Community Farmer’s Market. In order to celebrate eating and supporting local, we decided to highlight where you can eat locally right in your own backyard!

Trading Post Taphouse & Eatery

The brand new Trading Post Taphouse & Eatery in Fort Langley, is a strong believer in supporting local. If you have had the chance to visit, you can see the full list of local partners they use in their menu. Some of their Langley partners include, Blacksmith Bakery  and  Republica Roasters in Langley! So celebrate eating local with a cold brew and a mouth watering menu item. Your taste buds won’t be disappointed by any of your menu choices. Make sure to check them out on Instagram and Facebook for specials and new menu items!


Photo courtesy of Trading Post Brewing

Watershed Arts Café

Another great local café that is a strong believer in supporting local, is Watershed Arts Café located in the heart of Walnut Grove. This small but mighty café supports a ton of local farms and businesses in incorporating new menu items with seasonal ingredients. Some of their partners include, Laurica Farm, Milner Valley Cheese and Forest Farms in Langley. Make sure to stop and try the baked goods too! Check them out on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, for more mouth watering menu items or events such as music nights with local musicians and art exhibits too!


Photo courtesy of Watershed Arts Cafe

Osso Lunchroom

Located on 62nd Ave right by the Langley overpass, lies one of Langley’s hidden gems! With Chef Sean Bone as their head chef, any item off the menu is guaranteed to make you a regular. Osso Lunchroom is a huge supporter of local. Using locally sourced ingredients and supporting other small businesses, Osso Lunchroom is a great addition to the eat local scene. Check out their Instagram and have your mouths water at these delicious menu items.


Photo courtesy of Osso Lunchroom

Circle Farm Tour   

Thinking about making an at home locally sourced dinner? Look no further, as the Circle Farm Tour offers you great local farms and wineries for you to make the perfect dinner. Grab your meats from JD Turkey Farms, Bonetti Meats or try something a little different with Kensington Prairie Farm! For your greens, Laurica Farm, Langley Community Farmer’s Market and Driediger Farms Market (not just for berries!). To finish off your dinner try out the wineries in the Campbell Valley Wine Route or check out the brand new cidery that opened up called the Fraser Valley Cider Company!

Photo courtesy of Circle Farm Tour

Photo courtesy of Circle Farm Tour

Langley provides you with some great options for eating locally. If it’s in a restaurant or at home, these suggestions will help you eat local this year!


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