Farm Field Table Delivery in Ann Arbor

. April 27, 2020.
Matt Romine of Farm Field Table.
Matt Romine of Farm Field Table.

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced Farm Field Table to do curbside pickup and delivery only, much like many other local establishments across the country. Until recently, FFT was focused on delivering within a 10-mile radius of their Ferndale and Grosse Pointe Park locations, but now they are expanding that to Ann Arbor. 

Simply order online to have celebrated butcher Matt Romine’s Michigan-raised beef, lamb, sausage, steak and chicken delivered to Miss Kim for pick-up. There’s no reason to miss out on quality food that supports local farmers just because we’re in quarantine. 

Another perk for FFT customers is their hotline— give them a call to check product availability and even receive culinary advice. You can’t beat that. 

Pick up your order from 12:30-7:30pm. Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Miss Kim, 415 N. 5th Ave. 248-268-3182.


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