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Dine Out for the Environment on May 22
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Dine Out for the Environment on May 22

Dine out on May 22nd and help out a Philly environmental nonprofit, too!

We’re psyched to share:Dining Out for the Environment - Philly

Dine out for the Environment – Philly

Many of our favorite restaurants are supporting local farms, reducing waste & chemicals and using smarter options for the city’s footprint.  Dine Out for the Environment is the first city-wide restaurant event, showcasing our city’s most sustainable dining options.

How can you join in on the action?

Simply eat at a participating restaurant on May 22nd, and 15% of the proceeds will go to the Clean Air Council.

Participating Restaurants include:

  • The Abbaye
  • Agno Grill
  • Earth – Bread + Brewery
  • Eat A Pita
  • Harvest Seasonal Grill
  • Le Virtù
  • The Mildred
  • Pure Fare
  • Russet
  • Southwark
  • Square 1682
  • Standard Tap
  • Trolley Car Cafe

Dine Out for the Environment highlights the Mildred as its headquarters, mentioning its cooking in cast iron, using basics for cleaning and whole-animal butchering done in-house. Also, they use bowls from the fabulous Bella Vista Fleisher Art Memorial (where I’ve previously taken a photography class!).

As Clean Air Council Executive Director, Joseph Otis Minott, Esq., said:

“The event gives haven to Philadelphia’s hungry environmentalists and eco-passionate alike with restaurants that are in line with their values.”

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If you love what we do you can support our mission with a one-time or monthly contribution.
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Julie Hancher is Editor-in-Chief of Green Philly, sharing her expertise of all things sustainable in the city of brotherly love. She enjoys long walks in the park with local beer and greening her travels, cooking & cat, Sir Floofus Drake. View all posts by Julie Hancher

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