As your environmentally conscious picnic provider, Basket Case Picnics includes sensitive packaging, Aspenware Cutlery, and a biodegradable garbage bag. Picnics are packaged in a reusable Eco-Cooler that is yours to keep, or you can rent a vintage basket and blanket for your outing.
Midtown Bistro likes to keep things local and simple. Their smaller menu means quality flavour and products. They are making the switch to paper straws, already serve compostable take out containers and carry local ingredients (including drink options) when possible!
This heritage home turned coffeehouse has been an Okanagan favourite for more than 20 years. They have been roasting, brewing, and pouring coffee since 1998. They offer cozy and tasty eats, treats and drinks; and, they offer a 10% discount when you bring your own cup! What's not to love?!
The Naked Pig is all about welcoming local and more than just bbq. Local apple, cherry and birch woods to smoke their quality sourced meat. They strive to make as much as they can in-house, including sauces, coffee and veggie burgers. As they phase out plastic straws they focus on paper take out containers and paper bags to contribute to the zero-waste movement.
Eatology is passionate about flavourful, fresh local ingredients. They cater to vegan and gluten free needs. When it comes to zero waste, the serve only paper straws, recyled take out constainers and use only paper napkin bands.
The phoenix is sure to serve up some quality with AAA Angus Reserve Beef, certified Ocean Wise fish and seafood and local fine wines on the menu. They have gone strawless and offer metal or paper straws upon request. They have also switched to linens instead of single use napkins, use LED lights, and low flow toilets. Check out their Stop Sucking video on Castanet: