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Locally Sourced Food of Vince Lombardi's Steakhouse - Appleton WI

Locally Sourced Food

Experience Farm-to-Table Dining

Vince Lombardi's Steakhouse offers a locally inspired dining experience celebrating the region's produce and farms. We carefully pick from farm-fresh vegetables to luscious meats raised on surrounding farms to support local producers. Taste the homegrown flavors of home and experience the essence of our region on your plate.
  • Farms

    Medow Farms Organic - Wabeno, WI
    Certified Organic Grass Fed Limousin Beef | 35oz Tomahawk Steak

    Drath Family Farm - Ogdensburg, WI
    100% Full Blood Black Wagyu Beef | Wagyu Burger & 6oz Filet Mignon

    Drath Family Farm was established in 1940 and is a third-generation livestock operation located in Ogdensburg, Wl
    In 2013 the LLC was established and the dairy operation gave way to a 100% Full Blood Black Wagyu Beef operation. Surrounded by beautiful woods at the end of a dead-end road all of their animals are raised on the farm in stress-free grass pastures. All the feed given to their cattle is grown on the farm and harvested by them. Their cattle are DNA tested and traceable back to Japan. This breed is the same breed of cattle that produces Kobe Beef or Miyazaki Beef. There is no substitute for Full Blood Wagyu beef.

    Whitefeather Organics - Cluster, WI
    All our microgreens are purchased from them. White feather Organics offers fresh certified Organic produce for the local community. Offering CSA shares of the farm's finest produce and raise pastured, organic fed animals.

    Nueske Applewood Smoked Bacon - Wittenburg, WI
    Some of the best bacon in the world is made here in Wisconsin. Beer cheese soup, Wedge Salad, Twice Baked Potato, Pimento Cheese Dip.

  • Cheese

    Roth Cheese
    Buttermilk Bleu Cheese, cellar aged for 2 months.

    All our cheddar is from Hook's it's a 1year aged sharp cheddar.
    Hook's Cheese has received numerous awards for its cheese. Most notably, in 1982 Hook's Colby placed "Best of Class" in the Coby and Monterey Jack category and moved forward to win the overall "World Champion Cheese". Julie Hook is the only woman to have ever received this prestigious award.

    All our parmesanis from Satori, Sartori SarVecchio Parmesan is aged for over 20 months.

  • Milk, Heavy Cream, Sour Cream
    Shullsburg Creamery- Shullsburg, WI
    Shullsburg Creamery has been crafting award-winning Wisconsin cheese using farm-fresh ingredients and traditional recipes. It's a difference you can taste. A goodness worth sharing.
  • Eggs
    Milo's Poultry Farms- Bonduel, WI
  • Butter
    Grassland Farms, Greenwood, WI
    Grasslands Farms is an agribusiness with a social purpose. They are committed to improving the lives of smallholder farmers. Grasslands Farms collaborates with small farms in North America and the world to build sustainable enterprises that boost rural development.
  • Bread
    Brioche Hamburger buns, Tuxedo Bombe, CarrotCake & Pound cake for the Strawberry shortcake.
  • B Red Potatoes
    RPE- Bancroft, WI
    At RPE, great brands like Farmer's Promise and Tasteful Selections® represent high-quality fresh potatoes and onions that grace the dinner tables of families all across the country every day. They focus on delivering delicious, innovative, and quality products from their family to yours.
  • Door County Cherries
    Seaquist Orchard- Door County, WI
    Multi generation family business that has a passion for farming. Back in the early 1900's, Anders Seaquist planted his first cherry trees. Today, their family has continued the tradition of growing fruit.
  • Honey
    Kallas Honey Farm- Milwaukee, WI
    Kallas Honey Farm began in 1941 when John Kallas developed an interest in bee keeping while helping a neighbor in Fox Point, Wisconsin tends to his hobby hive. As payment for Kallas' efforts, the neighbor gave him a hive to try beekeeping for himself. In only a few years, Kallas had close to 100 hives and a small processing operation. He enlisted his sons James and Gerald to help him sell the family's honey through door-to-door sales calls, farmers' market, and county fairs. Later, James and his dad expanded the business by tapping into the retail market, first negotiating with tiny mom-and-pop grocers, then pairing up with bigger supermarkets.