This time of year all of the local chefs' gardens are at their peak and the local diners are enjoying the results on their plates. Many restaurants have taken to putting in gardens to insure the freshest ingredients possible. This one at 29 South Eats enjoys an abundance of space so there's lots of room for tomatos, peppers and leafy greens. If the restaurant doesn't have a garden, you'll most likely see the chefs down at our Saturday morning farmers' market with the rest of the locals. Fresh, fresh, fresh.