Boston Local Food – a program of SBNMass

Leading the Local Food Movement in the Boston Area

Love local food? We do, too!

The Sustainable Business Network is excited to announce our first ALLocal Dinner of the year at Boston Local Food Festival participant, Granary Tavern on Tuesday, February 26, 2013 @ 6:00!

Located at the end of Milk Street, in the lovingly restored Charles Bulfinch building constructed in 1816, this new restaurant offers an informal and welcoming atmosphere along with delicious gastronomic offerings.

Executive Chef Keenan Langlois, whose credo, “Simple food cooked perfectly never goes out of style” brings years of experience cooking in some of Boston’s most celebrated restaurants including Lumiere, Gaslight and Union Bar and Grill. Locavores will relish Granary Tavern’s emphasis on slow food principles, fresh local farmers market produce and dynamic presentations.

Granary’s ALLocal Dinner menu features three courses made from 100% locally sourced ingredients accompanied by suggested beer, wine and spirit pairings by local Cisco Brewers! Meat or vegetarian/vegan options available.


Here’s a taste of what’s to come…

First Course:
Apple and parsnip salad with mixed lettuce greens and goat cheese finished with apple cider vinaigrette (vegan excludes goat cheese)


Second Course:
Grilled skirt steak or grilled portabella steak with roasted root veggies 

Third Course:
Baked Alaska featuring handmade maple ice cream or apple cider sorbet for vegan diners


Sign up today to find out where Chef Keenan Langlois sourced his delicious local menu. There are only a few seats left, so don’t miss this unique event!



Location: Granary Tavern, 170 Milk Street, Boston, MA 02109


Date: Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Time: 6:00 – 6:30 p.m. Networking & Cocktail Reception
6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Dinner

Menu: 3-course meal with the option of meat or vegetarian/vegan menus. Beverage and gratuity not included.

Price: $55 for food and food gratuity (beverage and beverage gratuity separate).
$5 SBN Member Discount!

Transportation: Closest MBTA Stop: Aquarium T. Street and garage parking.

Beneficiary: Boston Local Food Program

Registration: These events sell out quickly! Register now by clicking HERE!


We encourage you to share this invitation with friends and family!

Posted by: jacqueline on February 20, 2013 @ 10:31 am
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