Most of our food is shipped from around the country or beyond. Can
you eat local food (that travelled less than a few hundred miles)
for at least two days? Tip: check out our growing list of resources below
for local restaurants and markets that serve local food.
- Great collection of films about food, water, energy and climate
change (click on "Films" at the left):
- Find a farm, farmer's market, co-op, local store or restaurant
- A thought-provoking little video on our present food system
from USC Canada:
- The greening of Boston restaurants, from the Boston Globe (December
- City Feed and Supply, a neighborhood grocery/cafe/deli in Jamaica
- Eat local at the Haley House Cafe in Dudley Square, Roxbury:
- A list of restaurants that buy local in Metro Boston:
- Vee Vee, "A New American Bistro," serving seasonal menus and
specializing in local food whenever possible, in Jamaica Plain
- Don Ottos Natural and Organic Market in the South End, Boston:
- Formaggio Kitchen, in Cambridge:
- The Garden at the Cellar restaurant, in Cambridge:
- The Highland Kitchen restaurant, in Somerville:
- The Hungry Mother restaurant, in Cambridge:
- Oleana Restaurant, in Cambridge: http://www.oleanarestaurant.com/index.asp
- T.W. Food in Cambridge (a bit more upscale):
- Troquet restaurant, in Boston (for a splurge):
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In 2010, 55 out of 209 registered for this event.
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