Update! Sustainable Restaurants in Lawrenceville

Sustainable Pittsburgh Restaurants is working across Allegheny Country to not only improve eco-friendly practices in restaurants but help businesses save money and increase their exposure among increasingly informed consumers. For many customers, it’s important to not only enjoy a nice meal out on the town but also know where their food is coming from and how it’s prepared.spr-logo-150px

Sustainability doesn’t just end with locally sourced food and energy conservation. Part of the designation focuses on the health and benefits offered to restaurant employees and participation in community service.

Designated restaurants also receive marketing benefits (like the recent ads in Pittsburgh Magazine) and are able to apply for funding to pay for sustainable improvements at their businesses. Be on the look out for updates from the designated locations in Lawrenceville!

Interested in learning more? Find out how getting designated can save your business money. Get in touch with Genevieve at Lawrenceville Corporation to learn more about Sustainable Pittsburgh Restaurants in Lawrenceville.

Restaurants currently holding a SPR designation
We will be showcasing these restaurants at our Community Catalyst Celebration on Thursday, June 9, 6-9pm at The Clemente Museum (3339 Penn Avenue), along with Engine House 25 wines, local craft beer and cider, live music, and a silent auction with exclusive items from Lawrenceville businesses. Reserve your ticket now!
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