I have one word to describe Parallel Post at the Trumbull Marriott: phenomenal. I could say it’s because they source everything as locally as possible. When they can’t, superior quality still reigns. They want organic. They want fair trade. They want sustainable. What you get is high-quality, clean food.
It can be a challenge, and quite time consuming, to find restaurants committed to serving only organic food, so we decided to put together this handy, comprehensive guide to help you quickly and easily find what you’re looking for. Whether you’re out to to enjoy a cup of coffee and a healthy snack, a fresh-baked pastry, a fruit smoothie or green juice, a cafe-style lunch, or a formal meal, this is the guide for you.
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