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Restaurants Leading the Fight Against Climate Change

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Some of the Bay Area’s best restaurants have pledged to maintain carbon neutrality—a function of operational adjustments, investments in more efficient food systems, and carefully considered ingredient sourcing—earning the distinction through Zero Foodprint.

In turn, an unforeseen benefit of dining at these restaurants means the food on your plate is hyper-local, seasonal, and fresh. And, with sustainability and reducing emissions at the heart of their ethos, you’ll feel great about what you’re eating—and the environment in which you’re enjoying it, too.


For SF’s Global Climate Action Summit (September 10th—16th), these restaurants have pledged to go carbon neutral. Eat and drink to the future at ‘āina, Commis, CDP, The Morris, and Petit Crenn (all bookable on Resy!) or any of the restaurants listed below:

3rd Cousin, 8 Tables, 25 Lusk, Aster, Atelier Crenn, benu, Brown’s Cafe (UC Berkeley), Cala, Central Kitchen, Commonwealth, Credo, E&O Kitchen and Bar, flour + water, Frances  Gracias Madre, Hawker Fare, in situ, Jardiniere, Lazy Bear, LeCupboard Cafe, LinkedIn Cafe, Lord Stanley, Mikkeller Bar, Mission Chinese Food, Monsieur Benjamin, Namu Gaji, Octavia, Onigilly-Embarcadero, Onigilly-1st & Market, Onigilly, Kearny, Onigilly-Palo Alto, Onigilly-Sansome, Onsen, Prubechu’, Quince, Rich Table, RT Rotisserie, SHED (Healdsburg), SingleThread (Healdsburg), State Bird Provisions, Sweetgreen-Berkeley, Sweetgreen-Mountain View, Sweetgreen-Palo Alto, Sweetgreen-San Mateo, Sweetgreen-SOMA, Sweetgren-Sunnyvale, The Perennial, The Progress, Trestle, True Laurel.

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