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My Dinner at The Madrona Tree in Arlington, MA

Recently, I was in Boston to see Bruce Springsteen in concert.  As usual, it was an amazing show and gave me some good inspiration for my book.

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:

VEGETABLE SALAD

BRUSSELS SPROUTS

VEGGIE BURGER

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.

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