Local 111 Press
After six years as Executive Chef at Local 111 in Philmont, Josephine Proul assumed ownership of the restaurant in late March. Read Full Story Here
Perhaps a better reason for drinking local wines is to help foster a sense of community. Read full article here.
The quest for a delicious dinner party menu is something we all aspire to, but the trick is how to do it with make-ahead preparations so you aren’t stressed as guests arrive. See Event Details Here.
Chef Josephine is one of our favorite chefs. She makes terrific food. And of course she's been awesome about supporting LOCAL!!! Read Full Story Here.
Eclectic, cool, boho-chic, and nontraditional are just a few ways to capture Dhiran and Colleen's wedding day. See photos here.
Local 111 Restaurant, in Philmont, has been voted one of America’s “… best 25 farm-to-table restaurants” by Best Life Magazine. Read Full Story Here
Perhaps it's fitting then, that a restaurant, which celebrates the renaissance of heirloom cuisine, should be in a reincarnated service station formerly known as Schermerhorn's Garage. Read Story Here
LOCAL 111, THE RESTAURANT that opened last August in a converted garage on Philmont's Main Street, has customers who deliver produce early in the day and come back later for an elegant evening meal. Read Story Here.
To hear Josephine Proul of Local 111 tell it, she is compelled to be in the kitchen. “I started cooking almost thirteen years ago,” says the twenty-seven-year-old executive chef. Read Story Here
The 39-seat eatery's architectural elements also typify the Bauhaus idea that industrial materials and practical techniques may be reconciled with an individualist spirit and aesthetic. Read Story Here
Max Dannis, a former management consultant, and his wife, architect Linda Gatter, opened the restaurant Local 111 in Philmont in 2006. Read the article here.
I was right in the middle of getting a worker’s comp audit — I passed it just fine — when I heard [about the no-tipping policy]. Read Story Here
"Local" is the new organic, but at Local 111 it's not just a catchphrase. Area farms supply the grassfed beef, free-range chicken, rabbit and seasonal vegetables. Read Story Here
It might look like an old garage — and it is the former Schermerhorn Garage — but the building at 111 Main St. in Philmont is now known as Local 111, a restaurant owned by Max Dannis and Linda Gatter focusing on American cuisine. Read Story Here
A New York City couple purchases an abandoned garage on the main street of a small upstate village that has seen better days. Read Story Here