If you’re from ‘toga, you know how great the local food is. With such a wide variety of options from quick snacks to fine full course meals, Saratoga offers some of the best cuisine around – and people are starting to take notice. Saratoga made it big once again on Z Living TV! The Mouzon House, a local Saratoga restaurant, was recently featured for the second time on Good Food America on November 23, 2014!
The Mouzon House, located in a remodeled Victorian home on the edge of High Rock Park, is a farm-to-table restaurant that is gaining major attention. Known for its wonderful service, food and atmosphere, they pride themselves on using only the highest quality meats, seafood, produce and organic ingredients whenever they possibly can. Therefore, it’s no surprise that Good Food America took notice and featured them in November!
In Good Food America, host Danny Boome searches for the nation’s best organic, sustainable and healthy restaurants. Boome, an internationally-acclaimed Chef, is known for hosting ABC Daytime’s Recipe Rehab and Food Network/The Cooking Channel’s Donut Showdown.
Boome visited Saratoga Springs in October as well, featuring Chianti il Ristorante on the show’s season premiere, highlighting their local slow-roasted rabbit dish and an heirloom tomato panzano salad. While the show’s purpose is to feature various locations, it seems Good Food America may have a soft spot for Saratoga.
Good Food America featured The Mouzon House’s mesclun greens with summer tomatoes and sweet local corn, with corn bread baked croutons, Old Chatham Farm blue cheese dressing and their curry tomato bisque soup. Also featured on the episode was Henrietta’s Table from Boston, MA and Asterick from Newport, RI.