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Join Ecorazzi Eats for Our First Nationwide Restaurant Week

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We are continuing our celebration of Ecorazzi’s 5th anniversary and taking it to the streets! Because we know how much greenies love sustainable food, we are launching our very first nationwide restaurant week! Whether it’s vegan, local, organic or all of the above, we want you to experience the deliciousness that is eco-friendly food in your neighborhood.

Ecorazzi Eats Restaurant Week is taking place everywhere from October 12 -19, 2011. Each restaurant has created an offer, from a 3 course meal for $25 at Gobo in NYC to 20% off your raw food meal at Lifefood Gourmet in Miami. Heck yeah!

Don’t see your city on our list yet? Suggest your favorite sustainable restaurant. It could be the veggie food cart down the block or the fanciest restaurant you’ve ever been to. We want them all. It’s free for restaurants to participate. Partners & sponsors are also welcome. Plus, we wouldn’t be Ecorazzi if we didn’t have prizes for participants (stay tuned).

If you are as crazy excited about this as we are, make sure you follow our new Ecorazzi Eats channels on Facebook and Twitter (and Foursquare, too!). It’s all food, all the time over there and we’ll be blasting the latest in Ecorazzi Eats Restaurant Week info as we have it.

Hope you’re hungry!

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