While there, I checked out The Madrona Tree, a new organic restaurant in Arlington, a suburb of Boston that is located about 20 minutes outside of the city.
The Madrona Tree focuses on local, organic and sustainable ingredients, and the restaurant’s menu has a slight Lebanese twist to it.
The Madrona Tree also recycles its waste, recycle its cooking oil (which gets made into biofuel), uses as many eco-friendly products as possible, and has its website powered by 100% wind energy.
Here are a few of the dishes that we had:
HUMMUS WRAP WITH YOGURT MINT DRESSING
The food was fresh and had great taste, the service was excellent, and the atmosphere was very casual and relaxed.
Without a question, I’ll be going back to The Madrona Tree the next time I am in Boston.