Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Brookline's Washington Square Could Become the First Green Dining Zone in the United States

A community group in Brookline is looking to make one of the town's busiest neighborhoods become the first Green Dining Zone in the country.

An email sent by DineGreen Brookline indicates that Brookline resident Eric McNulty has formed a coalition that includes The Fireplace restaurant and the national nonprofit Green Restaurant Association to help make Brookline a Green Dining Destination, and the Washington Square section of town the first Green Dining Zone in the United States. Their goal is to have 25% of dining spots in the neighborhood become Certified Green Restaurants this year, which would apparently qualify Washington Square as being a Green Dining Zone.

According to the DineGreen Brookline site, the only Certified Green Restaurant in Brookline right now is The Fireplace.

To learn more about the push to make Brookline a Green Dining Destination--and to learn what makes a dining spot a Certified Green Restaurant--please go to the link below:

http://dinegreenbrookline.com/



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