Zero-Waste Goal

Green Restaurant Certified

The average person creates 4.4 pounds of garbage per day, or over 1600 pounds of garbage per year, and the average restaurant creates 100,000 pounds per year while wasting over $160 billion in food. Food, plastics and paper products make up 54% of our landfill waste.

It is projected by 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. 

We mentioned when we closed for our rebranding & remodel back in October that we had come across a community of fairies that had moved into the back garden patio in the time it has been undergoing repairs. You may believe it is only a joke, but we were not surprised at all considering the magic we know flows through these walls. These nature spirits brought our attention to the simple truth that waste is a purely human creation and does not exist in nature. They knew of our Zero Waste goal and our aim to procure local, organic ingredients and pointed out how much better we could do.

Since reopening we are amazed already at how much trash we have prevented! An added benefit is our recipes are even better! We are learning quickly how many things we can easily make on our own, like oat milk, oat flour, chocolate-hazelnut spread, vegan caramel, gluten-free pizza dough and more! The only non-compostable waste that comes out of our dining room is customer trash they bring in with them and leave behind.

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