Where to Eat During Climate Week NYC 2019
Welcome to the biggest Climate Week on Earth, where governments, business, and the public converge in New York City to discuss sustainable solutions, new commitments, recent climate action.... and where to eat.
In between the fantastic events throughout the week, New York City has the opportunity to showcase our finest in sustainable dining. Through our Climate Action is Our Business and Eat for Climate Week campaigns, we’ve rounded up the best local restaurants that integrate sustainability as one of their core values. Eat for Climate Week raises awareness about the benefits of shifting to a plant-based diet. Each of the participating restaurants will feature climate-friendly dishes throughout the week!
Honeygrow is the original “create-your-own” stir-fry, salad, honeybar and juice specialists. Honeygrow is a play on the phrase “honest eating + growing local” — the phrase succinctly illustrates their commitment to providing the freshest food possible, while working with local purveyors and partners whenever possible.
Le Botaniste is a healthy delicious plant-based organic food & natural wine bar. They implement a responsible food concept that cares about the health and our planet. Le Botaniste is 100% Botanical and 99% Organic as well as gluten-free.
&pizza is a self-proclaimed anti-establishment; establishment built on the renown of its creative pies and craft beverages, localized shop design, and the strength, unity and vibe of its living-wage-paid, ampersand-tattooed Tribe.
PS Kitchen is a social business and artisanal, plant-based restaurant that donates 100% of profits to charity. The work of PS hopes to break the cycle of poverty by connecting resources to vulnerable communities, providing tools necessary for self-sustainability, and building meaningful relationships with neighbors, near and far.
Charley St is focused on delivering colorful, nutritional food and beverages to the masses, with a focus on sustainable practices and produce sourced from local purveyors and farmers. Check out Charley St’s "Charley St Chorizo" - a speciality plant-based protein.
Riverdel is an all-vegan establishment, with focus on artisanal vegan cheese and a selection of sandwiches, condiments and delicacies. As an all-vegan establishment, they support and adhere to a vegan lifestyle, which significantly reduces the impact on the environments since animal agriculture is one of the biggest polluters.
Le Pain Quotidien
It all started with one slice of bread. LPQ’s handmade bread serves as the canvas for a myriad of organic and seasonal ingredients. They come together to become their tartines, the Belgian take on the sandwich. And although their handmade, organic bread is how we got their start, they serve a variety of healthy options like organic coffee, pastries, eggs, tartines, soups, salads and desserts. Although LPQ has countless locations throughout the city, they strive to foster a community environment. At Le Pain Quotidien, they believe that community is what nurtures, inspires and feeds the soul.