We drove by it the other day, and then I found this on their website:
About the ritual
we like to think that once you cross the threshold of the ritual, you enter a different
time and space - a simpler time, when people knew all the ingredients in the food they
ate and probably knew the names of the people who farmed their dinner. we've done some
research to find the perfect combination of sustainable and ethical farming practices
and consistent quality. that's why we proudly serve niman ranch meats. when you see us
buying produce at the farmer's market, don't be afraid to say hello.
when possible we avoid serving overly processed foods, high-fructose corn sweetener,
hydrogenated oils, and transfats. we make our own condiments, pickles, coleslaw, veggie
burgers, and french fries right here. it's our ritual.
Sounds interesting... http://www.ritualtavern.com/