Restaurants In Charlotte That Are Going Green
The farm-to-table phenomenon has become popular in many restaurants throughout Charlotte. Chefs appreciate the freshness of using local ingredients in their menu palates and hope their customers appreciate it as well. Here are just three Charlotte restaurants that are going green and providing great eats for all.
Fern Flavors From The Garden
1323 Central Ave.
Charlotte, NC 28205
Located in Plaza Midwood, this vegetarian restaurant features in-season, local produce on its rotating menu. It has a chalkboard in the back that displays different local farms that provide for the restaurant. A completely vegetarian eatery, many vegan options are also featured. Customers can eat underneath a mason jar chandelier and delight in kimchi lettuce wraps and miso-glazed tempeh for the fall season with a nice selection of local beers.
Luna’s Living Kitchen
2102 South Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28203
This vegetarian eatery features local, organic produce for its salads, dishes and smoothies. Luna’s Living Kitchen is mostly a raw store, meaning most of the items are served uncooked in their natural state. Luna’s further embraces the concept of sustainability by using 100-percent compostable products. This spot also offers juice cleanses to embrace a healthier, more holistic lifestyle, recommending that beginners start with cleanses for three to seven days. Luna’s offers a separate breakfast menu and different gluten-free items.
Harvest Moon Grille
235 N. Tryon St.
Charlotte, NC 28202
Harvest Moon Grille is a farm-to-table restaurant located in uptown Charlotte. It features local farmers and produce in its menu items. Harvest Moon Grille operates on a rotating, daily menu depending on what the farm brings in. It also hosts special and private events for customers.
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Isabel Sepkowitz is a freelance writer. She is an environmentalist who values sustainability, education, and innovation for the emerging green economy. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.