THE GREANERY FINALLY OPENS IN AMSTERDAM
They tried to open twice last year until Covid regulations decided to close all restaurants. Now that lockdowns are a thing of the past, The Greanery is back and ready to shine. With a unique concept, this sustainable restaurant is more than just a “green” restaurant.
The Greanery is a traveling sustainable pop-up restaurant, opening this December in Amsterdam as its first location. Its location, the Transformerhuis near Westerpark, will be transformed into a green environment for the occasion, using 360 video mapping. In addition, there will be live background music and cool performances.
ZERO WASTE POLICY
Operating in an innovative and groundbreaking way, completely on batteries with green energy generated in Amsterdam. Moreover, this is done without further CO2 emissions. In addition, a raw material plan and logistics plan for all materials has been developed in order to achieve the aim of ‘zero waste’. The unique pop-up restaurant will opened from the end of November until December 24th.
It has three special objectives: The Greanery works exclusively with local products which are bought no further than 30km away – basically eliminating the food chain. In addition, they work without waste and the first edition is already emission-free. After all, the restaurant must be energy regenerating in five years.
RESTAURANT OF THE FUTURE
The restaurant experience is open to both consumers and businesses during the festive month of December. Visitors receive a total concept and unique dining experience with high-class food. Co-founder Atakan Akardere adds: “We have the ambition to eventually grow into the ‘Restaurant of the future via continuously developed versions within the next five years, whereby we are emphatically also looking at other iconic locations outside Amsterdam.”
The Greanery is open on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Reservations can be made via their website.
*images were shot by Ilsoo van Dijk and Kirsten van Santen