Tomorrow, for Earth Day,Â you may want to change things up a bit. Maybe ride your bike or walk to aÂ neighborhood watering ground when you’d normally drive. Eat lunch at a restaurant that prides itself on sourcing from local farmers. Or pack a trashless lunch.
Fortunately, some local restaurants and businesses are getting involved by hosting events or specials in an effort to celebrate conservation. Here are just a few:
(Added) Veggie Grill – West Hollywood or El Segundo
Are you a Veggie Grill virgin and have always wanted to try (or have a friend who is)? All such virgins need to do is accompany a veteran to their nearest location and cash in on a free entree with purchase of a first.
This goes on all day, so check below for their South Bay and Sunset Blvd. locations (there are also 2 locations in Irvine):
11 AMÂ – 11 PM
8000 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
11 AM – 10 Pm
Plaza El Segundo
720 Allied Way
El Segundo, CA 90245
Church & State: Downtown LA
Church & State will be kicking off their on-site Production Garden on Earth Day with a short afternoon of planned events with the community:
3:45 PM â€“ 4:45 PM – Church & State, Pedal Patch Community and the Heart of Los Angeles Youth will sow seeds in the Production Garden.
4:45 PM â€“ 5:30 PM – Church & State will host a Q & A Reception with the Pedal Patch Community for HOLA Kids.
And if you can’t make the afternoon ceremonies, you can always stop by Church & State anytimeÂ during the weekÂ (Monday, April 19th â€“ Sunday, April 25th) to try out their hand-crafted cocktails ($12 each) that are all made with fresh herbs from the brand new Production Garden.
- Sorrel-Gin Fizz – Plymouth gin, Garden Sorrel leaves, fresh Lime, Sugar & Soda
- Parsley Mojito – Garden Parsley, Garden fresh Mint, Rum, Lime, Sugar
- The Spice Trade – Dark Rum, St. Germain, Garden Cilantro, Anaheim Chili & Saffron
Come in all week for Earth Week cocktails
Church & State Bistro
1850 Industrial Street
Los Angeles, CA 90021