Written by Bar Manager, Jessica Knisley Beer can be a very refreshing end to a long day or it can be a complicated decision. As someone with a true aversion to an incredibly hoppy tasting beer I am incredibly grateful for the many other options I have....

The time has come to update our cocktail menu. I have recently spent time in the cocktail laboratory, experimenting and failing. After a little more failing, I finally succeeded. I will gladly admit this is a very intimidating job but I believe I rose to...

Just in time for the shorter days and cooler nights the Well Fed Garden has come out with a new selection of local teas. We have grown, dried and packaged all the herbal teas at the Well Fed Garden. They make the perfect evening cup...

Written by Jessica  Knisley, Bar Manager         If you are anything like me, your alcoholic beverage choice is seasonal. I like to pair my wine with the outside temperature; white wine in the steamy summer months and red wine in the fall and wintertime. I have only recently...

Written by Bar Manager, Jessica Winsley Bourbon, Rye, Scotch, Irish Whiskey, Moonshine. They all fall under the broad classification, that is - Whiskey. Whiskey, or 'whisky' depending on your location, is an alcoholic beverage made from grain mash. Different grains are used to make different varieties...

Three new – and already very popular - ‘Potato Hash’ meals are now on the Cafe’s Brunch Menu: . Smoked Beef Brisket on potato hash, served topped with two poached eggs and sweet & sour red cabbage . Smoked Salmon – house cured thick slices of smoked...

Written by Lubana Lanewala, Garden Apprentice Our most festive produce item this summer on the garden is the crimson sweet watermelon. Large, juicy and oh-so-satisfying, the Well Fed Community Garden has not only been providing these to the restaurant, but using them in catering events and...

Written by Jessica Knisley, Bar Manager Does the word Mezcal ring a bell? The word comes from the Nahuatl word Mexcalli which translates to "oven cooked agave". The fundamental distinctions between tequila and mezcal come from their place of creation, method of production and the type of agave plant that makes...

Irregardless Cafe is pleased to announce that we are now serving Cup a Joe’s locally roasted coffee in the Cafe. Enjoy home grown, hand-crafted meals with coffee roasted just down the street! Supporting local businesses has always been a priority for Irregardless (we used to use...

Last month Irregardless celebrated with Mothers for their special day. [caption id="attachment_5855" align="alignleft" width="200"] Chef Arthur Gordon, blog writer[/caption] Every day should be Mother’s Day, because of what Mothers give to make each and every family special. So when the son or daughter says to their Mother: “What...