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Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

After you switch to compact fluorescents and recycle the papers, celebrate Earth Day at a sustainability-minded restaurant.

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  1. 1. Blue Hill at Stone Barns

    630 Bedford Rd., Pocantico Hills, New York; 914-366-9600

    An adjacent farm provides Blue Hill’s country cousin with produce and free-range meats.

  2. 2. Franny’s

    295 Flatbush Ave., nr. Prospect Pl., Prospect Heights, Brooklyn; 718-230-0221

    It’s a rare pizzeria that’s also capable of stunning seasonal salads, not to mention cocktails garnished with Greenmarket produce.

  3. 3. Tasting Room

    264 Elizabeth St., nr. Houston St.; 212-358-7831

    The menu is rigorously attuned to the seasonal rhythms of the market; the mushroom assortment alone astonishes.

  4. 4. Savoy

    70 Prince St., at Crosby St.; 212-219-8570

    The urban-rustic charm goes perfectly with the Mediterranean-inspired, hyperseasonal menu.

  5. 5. iCi

    246 DeKalb Ave., at Vanderbilt Ave., Fort Greene, Brooklyn; 718-789-2778

    Salad greens are farmed in Red Hook, Brooklyn, and the wine list specializes in biodynamic and organic bottles.


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