A few weeks back I woke up at 10am to start my Saturday. But unlike a usual Saturday outfit, my clothes had to be protective, old and ready to be trashed, literally. Dressed in my oldest, ugliest long sleeve shirt and stained black jeans, I headed to Action Environmental’s recycling facility in the Bronx where
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This city has completely attacked me. I am attacked daily with all of the amazing food this city’s restaurants have to offer. My wallet bleeds more than I had imagined, but the flavors and culinary genius that I have witnessed across this great city will forever leave an impact. My personal concept of food has
Check under Sal Albanese’s schedule in this post on The New York Times‘ website.
We found these hiding out on the world wide web. http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/182377-survey-to-gauge-nyc-restaurant-sustainability-2/ http://environment.org/new-york-city-nonprofit-launches-restaurant-sustainability-survey-the-daily-meal/
Check out the article written about SRC on The Daily Meal! http://www.thedailymeal.com/new-york-city-nonprofit-launches-restaurant-sustainability-survey
Former Councilman and Candidate for Mayor Sal F. Albanese and Councilwoman GaleBrewer of District 6 showed up this morning to our Press Conference held on the City Hall steps to show their support for the SRC and our mission for citywide restaurant sustainability. Read more about our Press Conference in the release below. SRC_Postpresser_July16PressRelease
We have big news! (Maybe you heard if you if you “liked” our Facebook page or followed us on Twitter. If not make sure to follow us, and suggest it to all your friends, for more frequent tips, pictures, and updates about our daily activities). But here it is: we’ve launched our survey of
The Sustainable Restaurant Survey is here and we couldn’t be more excited. We know you’re doing a lot of susty things and now’s the time to show it. Two initiatives recently put restaurant sustainability on the map. One is the Mayor’s initiative where more than 100 New York City restaurants pledged to reduce the food
I’m pleased to announce we are working with Inside Park at St. Barts on E 50th St. and Park Ave. to evaluate their sustainability and make recommendations for improvements. The restaurant has a history of sustainable practices including seasonal menues and utilizing local agricultural products. We want to help Inside Park get all the recognition