Coral Tree Cafe in Brentwood and Encino become 2 Star Certified Green Restaurants(R)

Top Quote Healthy Los Angeles restaurant Coral Tree Cafe has recently become a Green Certified Restaurant® with the Highest Number of GreenPoints™ and Environmental Steps in Brentwood & Encino. End Quote
  • Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA (1888PressRelease) June 17, 2013 - Coral Tree Cafe Brentwood and Encino were recently certified as 2 Star Certified Green Restaurants® by the Green Restaurant Association (GRA), a national nonprofit organization helping restaurants to become more environmentally sustainable. Receiving 162 GreenPoints™ on the GRA's rigorous certification scale and having implemented 60 environmental steps, Coral Tree Cafe has gone 62% above and beyond the minimum requirements necessary for Certification.

    Highlights of Green Accomplishments:
    • 30% of Entrees are Vegetarian
    • Tankless Water Heater
    • 100% Post Consumer Recycled Menu Paper
    • Energy Star Dishwasher
    • Uses Greener Linen Cleaning Company

    To See Coral Tree Cafe Brentwood's Detailed Green Label and all their environmental steps, please visit:

    "We are Proud of Coral Tree Cafe's accomplishment to be the Greenest Certified Green Restaurant® in all of Brentwood and Encinco," said Michael Oshman, CEO and Founder of the Green Restaurant Association. "Coral Tree Cafe has made great strides in Energy, Water, Packaging, Waste Diversion, Sustainable Food, and Chemicals."

    About Coral Tree Cafe
    Coral Tree Cafe is best known for its healthy & sustainable Californian cuisine, organic coffee & teas, and corporate catering services. Coral Tree Cafe has three locations in Los Angeles: Brentwood, Encino and Century City. The restaurant answers an increasing demand for healthy dining in a casual atmosphere. Their goal is to provide top-quality food and a comfortable ambiance with both indoor and outdoor patio seating. They also feature their highly-acclaimed Panini, healthy salads, delectable deserts, vegan-friendly dishes, and an enticing breakfast menu that is certain to awaken the senses.

    Born in 2002, Coral Tree Cafe's name was inspired by the beautiful coral trees lining San Vicente Blvd at their flagship location in Brentwood. Committed to the environment, their customers' health, and fair trade practices, they hope to not only make a lasting impact to better the world around us, but also ensure that their customers are served the healthiest, freshest, tastiest meals.

    CTC Website:
    Twitter: ( @ ) CoralTreeCafe

    To schedule an interview or to find out more about Coral Tree Café, please contact Amber Jamal at (310) 474-8633 x8171 or email amber ( @ ) coraltreecafe dot com dot

    About the Green Restaurant Association
    The Green Restaurant Association is a national non-profit organization that provides the only official Certified Green Restaurants® mark in the country. For 22 years, the GRA has pioneered the Green Restaurant® movement and has been the leading voice within the industry encouraging restaurants to listen to consumer demand and green their operations using transparent, science-based certification standards. With their turnkey certification system, the GRA has made it easy for thousands of restaurants to become more environmentally sustainable in a profitable manner. The GRA is endorsed by scores of national environmental organizations such as NRDC, and esteemed trade organizations including the New York State Restaurant Association, Orange County Restaurant Association, and America Public Garden Association. The GRA is also an Energy Star partner. In 2010, CitySearch announced the GRA as their official Green Restaurant® listing partner. The GRA has been featured on CNN, NBC Nightly News, NPR, and in The New York Times, and The Washington Post. For more information, visit

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