éla! x edo: Mexico City (Feb 6 - 25) — More Info Here

The Farm

Over the past three years, we regenerated 2.5 acres of farmland on Patmos Island into a thriving oasis of good Greek soil. With the help of natural farming techniques, a once barren valley has become a lush green garden, teeming with organic vegetables, herbs, and flowers. 

Check it: peppers, tomatoes, eggplants, cucumbers, melons, watermelons, potatoes, onions, chives, basil, oregano, lavender, thyme, sage, and zucchini. We’ve got fruit trees — figs, guavas, pomegranates, salvia, lime bushes, mulberry, marigolds, and blooming oleanders that just keep giving.  A flock of sheep that act like dogs, and cute chickens we’ll never eat.

Every year, we get a bit better. Siga, siga, as they say.

This summer, our chefs harvested the vegetables themselves and got groovy In the garden of éla! It’s Important that way. For them to feel like they understand the earth, the soil, the wildness of the green growing.

We picked petals fresh from the flower garden and created wild bouquets that we placed on the table each night.