Connecting Chefs & Farmers
Greenease Business lets chefs update and track their farms, push out specials on the app and [coming soon!] search for farm-fresh products.
Our farmers can login verify who’s buying from them and list their product for the search functionality.
EDIBLE DC EXCLUSIVE!
Dino's Grotto Four-Course Dinner for Two (All Inclusive)
Description: Join us at Dino's Grotto in Shaw for a four-course dinner for two, valid Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays until August 12, 2018.
The offer includes:
- 2 negroni (or other signature cocktail), or two glasses of house wine (1/2 Quartin), or two draft beers
- 2 antipasti selections
- 1 shared pasta selection
- 1 shared entree
- 1 shared dessert
- 2 strawberrry-cellos
Valid: valid Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays until August 12, 2018.
At Greenease we use categories to help consumers search by their preferred criteria. Consumers should inquire directly with the restaurant which items on the menu specifically fit their needs before ordering.
The free-range/pasture-raised symbol means that animals roamed free in their life. To qualify for this category businesses must buy from at least one farm that adheres to free-range and/or pasture-raised standards. Consumers should inquire directly with the business which items fall under this category.
The grass-fed symbol means that the cattle are fed only mother’s milk and forage (grass and other greens, hay etc) in their life. While some farms “grass-finish” their meats - meaning that the cattle were in confinement eating fattening grains all their lives and finished the last 3-6 months of their lives on a grass-fed diet, we only assign this to businesses who truly buy from farms who adhere to lifetime-long grass-fed principles. Consumers should inquire directly with the restaurant which meat items on their menu fall in this category.
The business has vegetarian-friendly (no meat or seafood) options on the menu, or available upon request.
Drug-free means that the business is sourcing from farms that do not give their animals antibiotics or growth hormones. This may apply to both meats and dairy generated from that farm. Consumers should inquire directly with the restaurant which meats are grass fed.
The business works with reputable fish farms or purveyors that ensure their seafood items are sustainably raised and sourced. For this category, the businesses may also adhere to the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch. Consumers should inquire directly with the restaurant which seafood items on their menu fall in this category.
The business has vegan-friendly (no meat, dairy, honey or other animal product) options on the menu, or available upon request.
Our definition of local is both local – either 100 miles or within the same state – and/or regional – under 500 miles. Consumers should not interpret this to mean that the foods’ nutritional value, production methods, or farms’ practices are sustainable. This is merely an indicator of the geographic location of some of the business' food source.
This is a USDA certification awarded to only those farms that adhere to government standards. A business will be tagged as “Organic” if they purchase from at least one certified organic farm. The consumer has the responsibility to ask the restaurant exactly what on the menu came from that organic certified farm. Consumers should inquire directly with the restaurant which items on their menu fall in this category.
The business has gluten-free options available – either on the menu or upon request.