A Texas Family Farm And Restaurant Becomes A Sustainable Culinary Oasis

As the restaurant industry grapples with fragmented supply chains, an ongoing labor crisis, and dramatic price increases for everyday ingredients, one family-owned eatery is enjoying its well-earned reputation as a sustainable culinary oasis in Texas.

Owned and operated by husband-wife team, Brian and Amanda Light, Ronin is located in Bryan, about halfway between Austin and Houston.

“Ronin began on a whim, a wing and a prayer after we catered our midwife’s wedding in July 2011,” says executive chef and owner, Brian Light. “Our goal was to preserve the gastronomic and cultural traditions of Texas by sharing sustainable foods and genuine experiences with the community.”

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