If a restaurant could reduce its landfill waste by several tons each year, why wouldn’t it?
LYFE Kitchen in Palo Alto is doing just that by switching to wine on tap, rather than wine served from bottles.
Here’s the math—each barrel of wine replaces 26 bottles. Each bottle weighs 1.5 pounds. Since the typical restaurant will use 100 barrels per tap over the course of a year, that adds up at an astonishing pace.
To celebrate its switch from bottles to tap, LYFE Kitchen is hosting a kick off wine series event this evening from 5 – 7 p.m., perfect for dropping by after work. The tasting will feature Napa Valley Frog’s Leap Sauvignon Blanc, described as having bright flavors of grapefruit and lemon zest balanced by a subtle minerality and bracing acidity. All Frog’s Leap wines are made from 100 percent organic grapes.
Say hello to LYFE Kitchen Corporate Communications Officer Mike Donahue—he’ll be there.
LYFE Kitchen is located at 167 Hamilton Avenue, Palo Alto, 94301.
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