Chef Sherry recently purchased the beautiful new home for Sly Fox Den: Restaurant, Bar, and Cultural Center. Out traditional food garden is up and we have plans for an oyster farm. Sly Fox Den will be a place where indigenous food and culture thrive.
We are extremely excited to have received our very own garden courtesy of Eastern Woodlands Rematriation Collective. This beautiful garden is one of many that will take root on the Sly Fox property. Our new garden allows us to provide our diners with the best quality in produce, ensuring freshness!
The Living Museum will feature a small village that includes a three sisters garden with a large wetu (wigwam or east coast indigenous home), an outside kitchen with the interpretation of 17th and 18th century reenactment, and also live burnt out mishoon (canoe) making. The three sisters garden will be accompanied by a small watchtower for children to play on and scare the birds away from the garden.
Because our property is positioned with Indian Town Brook to its east (freshwater) and Poquetanuck Bay to its west (brackish water), we have an optimal spot for starting an oyster farm. This means we will be able to serve our diners fresh oysters from our own "backyard!"
As you can see, we have a lot planned for Sly Fox Den. We ask that you donate what you can to help us turn Chef Sherry's vision into a wonderful reality. The sooner we finish, the sooner you can come and enjoy Sly Fox Den with us!
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