Foraging for local and regional ingredients is nothing new at the world’s top restaurants, but Copenhagen’s critically acclaimed Noma has taken the practice to another level. The restaurant, which was just named the world’s best restaurant for the third time, offers seasonal Scandinavian dishes using many little-known edibles scavenged from within 60 miles.
While a meal at Noma might be on many American eaters’ bucket list, many of us will never make it to Copenhagen—let alone secure a table at the tiny, exclusive restaurant. Have no fear: As an obvious offshoot of seasonal cooking, the practice of foraging has hit restaurants across the U.S. in a big way. Here are five domestic establishments where foraged ingredients are served. Enjoy those weeds!