Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Green Gourmet Now Serves Breakfast

Posted By on Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 3:00 PM

Green Gourmet is a great little restaurant that opened a few months ago in the Dunbar School Project at 325 W. Second Street. It's a small outfit but everyone who eats there seems to fall in love with it, and it now serves breakfast.

This restaurant has the highest of aspirations, in that the people operate it want to use it to help teens get a foothold in the food business. The chef - who is a former personal trainer and a former employee of Anthony's in the Catalinas - has an amazing command of fresh, local ingredients; the prices are affordable; and the portions are more than generous.

You can find more information on the restaurant over here.

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