The next time you’re looking for a place to eat, you could dive down the Yelp rabbit hole, or you could check out goodfood100restaurants.org instead.
Curated by the Good Food Media Network, the Good Food 100 list highlights restaurants from around the country—90 this year— that prioritize sustainable practices and local food sourcing.
Cofounded by Sara Brito, a food industry veteran and sustainability advocate, Good Food has a twofold mission: To make people more aware of where their food comes from, and to spotlight restaurants that support local businesses. This year’s list includes upscale spots like chef Michael Anthony’s Gramercy Tavern in New York City and chef Suzanne Goin’s Lucques in West Hollywood, as well as low-key places like the California fast-casual chain Tender Greens. So whatever your budget is, your belly and your conscience will be satisfied.