Closing


After three years, The Perennial Restaurant closed in February 2019.

Please visit perennialfarming.org to learn more about how we’re building a renewable food system through our nonprofit, The Perennial Farming Initiative.

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The Perennial opened its doors with the message that we can address climate change with delicious food; three years later, we decided to close The Perennial, while continuing to pursue the mission that it represents. So much happened at The Perennial to give us hope and make us grateful to everyone who made this mission-driven restaurant a reality--and we have witnessed a real shift toward food and agriculture in the conversation around sustainability, which we are proud to have been part of. While running The Perennial, we were also building another labor of love: a non-profit sister organization we named The Perennial Farming Initiative, which is dedicated to the same mission as the restaurant. We have learned so much from toggling between the two projects, but as founders we have come to the conclusion that we can be more effective advocates for a renewable food system through PFI. As people, as parents, as partners, we recognize that it is time.

Thanks and best wishes, Karen and Anthony

>>> Please visit perennialfarming.org for more about our theory of change

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Closing


After three years, The Perennial Restaurant closed in February 2019.

Please visit perennialfarming.org to learn more about how we’re building a renewable food system through our nonprofit, The Perennial Farming Initiative.

***

The Perennial opened its doors with the message that we can address climate change with delicious food; three years later, we decided to close The Perennial, while continuing to pursue the mission that it represents. So much happened at The Perennial to give us hope and make us grateful to everyone who made this mission-driven restaurant a reality--and we have witnessed a real shift toward food and agriculture in the conversation around sustainability, which we are proud to have been part of. While running The Perennial, we were also building another labor of love: a non-profit sister organization we named The Perennial Farming Initiative, which is dedicated to the same mission as the restaurant. We have learned so much from toggling between the two projects, but as founders we have come to the conclusion that we can be more effective advocates for a renewable food system through PFI. As people, as parents, as partners, we recognize that it is time.

Thanks and best wishes, Karen and Anthony

>>> Please visit perennialfarming.org for more about our theory of change

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