Restaurants serving Devil's Gulch Ranch meats:

 

 

 

123 Bolinas, Fairfax

4505 Meats, San Francisco

A16 Rockridge, Oakland

A 16, San Francisco

Alma, Los Angeles

AQ, San Francisco

Aziza, San Francisco

Ristorante Avanti, Santa Cruz

Avedano’s Butcher Shop, San Francisco

Baker and Banker, San Francisco

Bar Agricole, San Francisco

Bardessono Resort, Yountville

Bar Jules, San Francisco

Bar Tartine, San Francisco

Baron’s Meats, Alameda

The Battery, San Francisco

Beast and the Hare, San Francisco

Benu, San Francisco

Bi Rite Market, San Francisco

Blackberry Farm, Tennessee

Bonny Doon, Santa Cruz

Boot and Shoe Service, Oakland

Bouchon, Yountville

Brannan’s, Calistoga

Boxing Room, San Francisco

Camino, Oakland

Cavallo Point, Sausalito

Central Kitchen, San Francisco

Central Market, Petaluma

Chez Panisse, Berkeley

The Commonwealth Club, San Francisco

Trattoria Corso, Berkeley

Craft, Los Angeles

De Young Café, San Francisco

Delfina, San Francisco

Dixie, San Francisco

Dopo Restaurant, Oakland

Dry Creek Kitchen, Healdsburg

Echo & Rig Butcher Shop & Steak House, Las Vegas

El Salchichero, Santa Cruz

Eveleigh, Los Angeles

Esperpento, San Francisco

Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco

Farmhouse Inn, Forestville

Farmshop, Larkspur Landing

The Fatted Calf, Berkeley, San Francisco and Napa

Fenix, San Rafael

Fifth Floor, San Francisco

Fifth Quarter, East Bay

Fish, Sausalito

Florio, San Francisco

Flour and Water, San Francisco

Foreign Cinema, San Francisco

Frances, San Francisco

French Laundry, Yountville

Gabriella Cafe, Santa Cruz

Gather, Berkeley

Hogs and Rocks, San Francisco

Hops and Hominy, San Francisco

Hopscotch, Oakland

Jardiniere, San Francisco

Joe's Restaurant, Venice

John Ash, Santa Rosa

Kuleto's, San Francisco

La Folie, San Francisco

La Toque, Napa

LB Steak, San Jose

Left Bank, Larkspur

Hopscotch, Oakland

 

Lindy and Grundy, Los Angeles

The Local Butcher Shop, Berkeley

Locanda, San Francisco

Lucques Restaurant, Los Angeles

Magnolia Pub and Brewery, San Francisco

Mavericks Restaurant, San Francisco

Manka's Inverness Lodge, Inverness

MarketBar, San Francisco

Marrow, Oakland

Mason Pacific, San Francisco

Meadowood, Napa Valley

Melisse, Santa Monica

Melon’s Catering, South San Francisco

Michael Mina Restaurant, San Francisco

Michael’s on Naples, Long Beach

Mill Valley Beerworks, Mill Valley

Naked Kitchen, San Francisco

Nick's Cove, Marshall

Nojo, San Francisco

Nopa, San Francisco

Nopalito, San Francisco

Odalisque, San Rafael

Olema Inn, Olema

Oliveto’s, Oakland

Olivier’s Butcher Shop, San Francisco

One Market, San Francisco

Osteria Stellina, Point Reyes Station

Outstanding in the Field

Perbacco, San Francisco

Perry's, Inverness Park

Piazza D’Angelo, Mill Valley

Picco Restaurant, Larkspur

Piccino, San Francisco

Pizzaiolo, Oakland

Pizzalina, San Anselmo

Poggio, Sausalito

Quince Restaurant, San Francisco

Range, San Francisco

Rich Table, San Francisco

Risibisi, Petaluma

Ritz Carlton Dining Room, San Francisco

RN74, San Francisco

Saison, San Francisco

Salt’s Cure, West Hollywood

Saltwater Oyster Depot, Inverness

Salumeria, San Francisco

Scopa, Healdsburg

Sent Sovi, Palo Alto

Signorello Estate, Napa

Slanted Door, San Francisco

Sona, Los Angeles

Sons and Daughters, San Francisco

Sotto, Los Angeles

Spago, Beverly Hills

Spruce, San Francisco

SPQR, San Francisco

St. Vincent Restaurant, San Francisco

Starbelly, San Francisco

State Bird Provisions, San Francisco

Tavola Italian Kitchen, Novato

Terrapin Creek, Bodega Bay

Tex Wasabi, Santa Rosa

Three Stone Hearth, Berkeley

Village Bistro, San Mateo

Vin Antico, San Rafael

Woodard's Garden, San Francisco

Zazu, Santa Rosa

Zuzu, Napa

Zuni Cafe, San Francisco

Restaurants

Restaurants serving Devil's Gulch Ranch meats:

 

123 Bolinas, Fairfax

4505 Meats, San Francisco

A16 Rockridge, Oakland

A 16, San Francisco

Alma, Los Angeles

AQ, San Francisco

Aziza, San Francisco

Ristorante Avanti, Santa Cruz

Avedano’s Butcher Shop, San Francisco

Baker and Banker, San Francisco

Bar Agricole, San Francisco

Bardessono Resort, Yountville

Bar Jules, San Francisco

Bar Tartine, San Francisco

Baron’s Meats, Alameda

The Battery, San Francisco

Beast and the Hare, San Francisco

Benu, San Francisco

Bi Rite Market, San Francisco

Blackberry Farm, Tennessee

Bonny Doon, Santa Cruz

Boot and Shoe Service, Oakland

Bouchon, Yountville

Brannan’s, Calistoga

Boxing Room, San Francisco

Camino, Oakland

Cavallo Point, Sausalito

Central Kitchen, San Francisco

Central Market, Petaluma

Chez Panisse, Berkeley

The Commonwealth Club, San Francisco

Trattoria Corso, Berkeley

Craft, Los Angeles

De Young Café, San Francisco

Delfina, San Francisco

Dixie, San Francisco

Dopo Restaurant, Oakland

Dry Creek Kitchen, Healdsburg

Echo & Rig Butcher Shop & Steak House, Las Vegas

El Salchichero, Santa Cruz

Eveleigh, Los Angeles

Esperpento, San Francisco

Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco

Farmhouse Inn, Forestville

Farmshop, Larkspur Landing

The Fatted Calf, Berkeley, San Francisco and Napa

Fenix, San Rafael

Fifth Floor, San Francisco

Fifth Quarter, East Bay

Fish, Sausalito

Florio, San Francisco

Flour and Water, San Francisco

Foreign Cinema, San Francisco

Frances, San Francisco

French Laundry, Yountville

Gabriella Cafe, Santa Cruz

Gather, Berkeley

Hogs and Rocks, San Francisco

Hops and Hominy, San Francisco

Hopscotch, Oakland

Jardiniere, San Francisco

Joe's Restaurant, Venice

John Ash, Santa Rosa

Kuleto's, San Francisco

La Folie, San Francisco

La Toque, Napa

LB Steak, San Jose

Left Bank, Larkspur

Hopscotch, Oakland
Lindy and Grundy, Los Angeles

The Local Butcher Shop, Berkeley

Locanda, San Francisco

Lucques Restaurant, Los Angeles

Magnolia Pub and Brewery, San Francisco

Mavericks Restaurant, San Francisco

Manka's Inverness Lodge, Inverness

MarketBar, San Francisco

Marrow, Oakland

Mason Pacific, San Francisco

Meadowood, Napa Valley

Melisse, Santa Monica

Melon’s Catering, South San Francisco

Michael Mina Restaurant, San Francisco

Michael’s on Naples, Long Beach

Mill Valley Beerworks, Mill Valley

Naked Kitchen, San Francisco

Nick's Cove, Marshall

Nojo, San Francisco

Nopa, San Francisco

Nopalito, San Francisco

Odalisque, San Rafael

Olema Inn, Olema

Oliveto’s, Oakland

Olivier’s Butcher Shop, San Francisco

One Market, San Francisco

Osteria Stellina, Point Reyes Station

Outstanding in the Field

Perbacco, San Francisco

Perry's, Inverness Park

Piazza D’Angelo, Mill Valley

Picco Restaurant, Larkspur

Piccino, San Francisco

Pizzaiolo, Oakland

Pizzalina, San Anselmo

Poggio, Sausalito

Quince Restaurant, San Francisco

Range, San Francisco

Rich Table, San Francisco

Risibisi, Petaluma

Ritz Carlton Dining Room, San Francisco

RN74, San Francisco

Saison, San Francisco

Salt’s Cure, West Hollywood

Saltwater Oyster Depot, Inverness

Salumeria, San Francisco

Scopa, Healdsburg

Sent Sovi, Palo Alto

Signorello Estate, Napa

Slanted Door, San Francisco

Sona, Los Angeles

Sons and Daughters, San Francisco

Sotto, Los Angeles

Spago, Beverly Hills

Spruce, San Francisco

SPQR, San Francisco

St. Vincent Restaurant, San Francisco

Starbelly, San Francisco

State Bird Provisions, San Francisco

Tavola Italian Kitchen, Novato

Terrapin Creek, Bodega Bay

Tex Wasabi, Santa Rosa

Three Stone Hearth, Berkeley

Village Bistro, San Mateo

Vin Antico, San Rafael

Woodard's Garden, San Francisco

Zazu, Santa Rosa

Zuzu, Napa

Zuni Cafe, San Francisco

Squab is a tender, moist and richly flavored delicacy cherished in almost every culture. It is primarily a dark meat while the skin is fatty, like that of duck. The meat is very lean, easily digestible, and rich in proteins, minerals, and vitamins. 
 

Pigeon is believed to be a medicinal meat used to treat headaches and anemia. Pigeons only lay two eggs at a time and must raise their own young, making supply very limited. 
 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Squab

 

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Squab

Looking for something exotic or maybe medicinal. This Asian black chicken is one of the oldest chicken breeds.  The skin, bones and meat surface are black due to the presence of melanin. This is known as fibromelanosis. Soups, broth and curries made with Silkie is believed to be curative for the common cold, anemia and other ailments.

 

Silkies are a flightless chicken with soft fluffy feathers.  We raise them in our rabbitry and allow them to roam the barnyard to help control the insects.  Since they do not fly and are gentle, they don’t make a mess or act aggressively.

 

These chickens are packaged bodhi style (Head and feet on), giving you lots of opportunity to make soups and bone broth. While the color is unusual, the flavor does taste like chicken.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silkie

 

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Silkie

28 day old Cornish cross chicks. They are raised cage-free and fed organic grains. The result is a super tender and juicy butterball of a chicken that melts in your mouth. They come in three sizes: Small (1.0-1.2 lbs); Medium (1.2-1.79 lbs); Large (1.8+ lbs) 10.00/lb.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poussin_(chicken)

 

Retail (DevilsGulchRanchWebstore@gmail.com) and wholesale (DevilsGulchRanch1@gmail.com) purchases available by contacting us by email or visiting us at the Saturday SF Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market and the Sunday Civic Center Farmers Market in Marin County.

 


 

Poussin

This 500 year old breed is renowned for its juicy and tasty meat. Throughout France, the Bresse chicken is considered a holiday delicacy, a cherished family holiday tradition. It is also called “The tastiest chicken in the world”.

 

While we don’t follow the strict French protocol for raising these Bresse chickens, they are being fed grain and dairy products adding to the tasty flavors. These blue legged chickens are packaged Bodhi style, with the head and feet on. This is a perfect product to explore creative recipes, soups and healthy bone broth. After all, it does not taste ”just like any chicken”.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bresse_chicken
 

Retail (DevilsGulchRanchWebstore@gmail.com) and wholesale (DevilsGulchRanch1@gmail.com) purchases available by contacting us by email or visiting us at the Saturday SF Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market and the Sunday Civic Center Farmers Market in Marin County.

 


 

French Heritage Bresse Chicken

Delicious, bone sucking, morsels. Always an easy pleaser with a touch of a gamey flavor and elegance. They are rich in protein and a good source of iron, vitamin B6, zinc, and vitamin B3. These quail come whole, bone-in, and 4 to a package. They are raised by a co-producer near our processing facility.

 

Retail (DevilsGulchRanchWebstore@gmail.com) and wholesale (DevilsGulchRanch1@gmail.com) purchases available by contacting us by email or visiting us at the Saturday SF Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market and the Sunday Civic Center Farmers Market in Marin County.

 


 

Quail

100% Grass-fed Lambs

 

Our 100% grass-fed lambs are seasonally available and in very short supply. During the dormant season, the sheep are free to graze in the vineyards, reducing our need to mow or use herbicides. The sheep must be removed to other pastures when the vines start to grow in spring. These hardy sheep are Katahdin ewes crossed on Dorset rams and produce wonderful meat and hides.

 

Pictured above is Archie, our pet wether, who was orphaned during the firestorms of 2017 and bottle raised in Mill Valley. Archie thinks he is a dog and has a fixation for Doritos. He sometimes goes on tour, to help educate people about farm animals and how to tell the difference between a sheep and an Airdale terrier.

 

Retail (DevilsGulchRanchWebstore@gmail.com) and wholesale (DevilsGulchRanch1@gmail.com) purchases available by contacting us by email or visiting us at the Saturday SF Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market and the Sunday Civic Center Farmers Market in Marin County.

 


 

Lamb

Rabbits raised free of hormones or antibiotics

 

Our rabbits are fed a pelleted feed along with grass and hay to ensure complete nutrition. We work with a local feed mill to produce the pelleted feed to our specifications. It is free from corn, hormones, or antibiotics; however, the feed cannot be certified organic at this time, due to certain components being unavailable as organically certified.

 

Our rabbits are selectively bred to be of excellent quality, large-framed and meaty. They are a combination of three breeds: Rex, New Zealand and Californian. Californian and New Zealand breeds are related and currently are the most popular commercial meat breeds due to their fast growth. The Rex breed, while being an excellent meat breed, is particularly known for its fine fur. Our Rex rabbits have a very mellow temperament. This is useful in their mothering and nurturing their young and in handling in general. While they grow somewhat less quickly than the New Zealand and Californian breeds, we use the Rex to add hybrid vigor and positive temperament characteristics. Additionally, some feel that the meat from Rex rabbits is firmer and better flavored than that of the other meat breeds, which could be due to the Rex's slower growth.

 

We produce all of our breeding Does ourselves. Bucks are occasionally purchased from high-quality breeders to increase genetic diversity, and we occasionally supply other producers with breeding stock. The rabbits are produced all year, and are in high demand from restaurants. They are available for retail sale at the Saturday SF Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market and the Sunday Marin County Civic Center Farmers Market.
 
Superior quality pelts, hats, blankets, rabbit’s feet keychains and catnip cat toys are currently available until the California state fur ban takes effect. We believe that if we take a life for our sustenance, we should not waste any part of the animal.


Retail (DevilsGulchRanchWebstore@gmail.com) and wholesale (DevilsGulchRanch1@gmail.com) purchases available by contacting us by email or visiting us at the Saturday SF Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market and the Sunday Civic Center Farmers Market in Marin County.

 


 

Rabbits

Our pork is available as suckling pigs, roaster pigs, and full sized market hogs, year-round with sufficient notice (2-4 weeks). Our sows are Yorkshire crosses bred to either a Chester White or Berkshire boar. The sows are pastured along with their piglets until the piglets are weaned. The weaned piglets are then finished with whole milk, whole grain breads, brewer’s grain, and tortillas, producing what we believe to be a superior product.

 

Salvaging waste foods from the human food industry reduces negative impact on the local environment. Pigs are very effective at converting these products into high quality, flavorful proteins for human consumption while also fertilizing the fields.

 

Retail (DevilsGulchRanchWebstore@gmail.com) and wholesale (DevilsGulchRanch1@gmail.com) purchases available by contacting us by email or visiting us at the Saturday SF Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market and the Sunday Civic Center Farmers Market in Marin County.

 


 

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