Top 7 B Corp Restaurants Around the World that You Should Visit

Celebrate B Corp Month by dining at a sustainable restaurant
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Are you looking to treat your taste buds while also making a positive impact on the world? Look no further than B Corp restaurants!

B Corp restaurants prioritize sustainability, social responsibility, and ethical practices. From farm-to-table cuisine in New York to the best steak restaurant in London, we’ve scoured the globe for the top 7 B Corp restaurants that are worth visiting.

Come celebrate B Corp Month by coming with us on a culinary journey that will leave you feeling good about what you eat, where it came from and who made it possible.

Pisticci - New York City

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Pisticci strives to be an eco-friendly establishment while offering creative, home-cooked Italian dishes in a lively and welcoming space. This B Corp restaurant in New York City grow their own organic ingredients on the farm and use any offcuts, stems or other kitchen scraps to compost and create soil amendments. This practice is unique, especially given the price point Pisticci has set. 

Additionally, they purchase carbon offsets each year to become a carbon neutral restaurant – the first in NYC. The staff at Pisticci are warm and kind, and the restaurant also contributes to their local community by partnering with schools and non-profit charities. All of these efforts make Pisticci an integral part of the Morningside Heights neighborhood.

Luke’s Lobster - New York City

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Luke Holden, a third-generation lobsterman, founded Luke’s Lobster in 2009 when he was unable to find an authentic Maine lobster roll in New York City. Together with partner Ben Conniff and a dedicated team, they opened up their first ten shacks, with all the seafood being sourced from Jeff Holden’s seafood production business. This led to them opening their own seafood purchasing and production business in Saco, Maine in 2013. 

In 2018, the expansion into branded grocery saw the launch of Luke’s flash-frozen lobster meat, tails and meals in grocery stores around the country. The Covid-19 pandemic saw the launch of their online market which brought Maine seafood direct to homes nationwide. Now with outfits in ten US states plus Japan and Singapore, Luke’s remains committed to its core values shown through its Certified B Corp status as it continues to thrive as a small family business.

Hawksmoor - London

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Recently named “Number One Steak Restaurant in the World,” Hawksmoor is renowned for their dry-aged steaks made from locally sourced cattle, sustainably sourced seafood and a highly sought-after cocktail list.

Hawksmoor is a sustainable steak restaurant group with menus that revolve around the best ingredients available, served by friendly people who love what they do.

Little Sky Gelato - Victoria, Australia

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Little Sky Gelato is a small-batch product, crafted daily using ingredients from local Victorian farms. This Australian restaurant uses no artificial coloring or flavorings. Natural sorbeto utilizing Australian seasonal fruits is offered to those who prefer something dairy-free, and special vegan versions are available too. 

For special occasions, Little Sky even turns out spectacular gelato cakes. As well as thrilling tastebuds, they have an eye on the environment – opting to use green power and minimize waste through reusing, recycling or composting their materials whenever possible and always avoiding plastic spoons and polystyrene take-home containers.

Miscusi - Milan, Italy

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Miscusi strives to spread the Mediterranean lifestyle: quality ingredients, simple recipes, conviviality, inclusivity, and care for the environment. This B Corp restaurant’s menu is based on pasta, with different grains and condiments conceived to be good for both people and the planet.

Pujol - Mexico City

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Pujol is currently ranked as the 5th best restaurant in the world on the 50 Best Restaurants in the World list. This B Corp restaurant is the brainchild of popular chef and restaurateur Enrique Olvera. 

Pujol’s seven-course tasting menu packs quite the punch. The selection varies by season, however, a timeless classic is the Mole Madre, Mole Nuevo – two concentric rings of the traditional Mexican prepartion and one aged for over 2,500 days.

Cojean - Paris

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As a pioneer in new-style fast food, Cojean provides a healthy, balanced meal on the go. In a peaceful setting, the restaurant serves up good quality food made with natural, fresh ingredients (sandwiches, soups and wraps). Its homemade fruit juices, which are blended to order, have quirky names like ‘Le Jardin dévasté’ and ‘Think Pink’ and are always in demand.

How to find a B Corp Restaurant

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Eating at a B Corp restaurant is an excellent way to support businesses that are committed to making the world a better place. If you are traveling, you can always ask in-destination experts if there are B Corp restaurants that you can visit.

Baboo has its own set of amazing and friendly in-destination experts who can help you plan the trip of your dreams. Baboo is also a B Corp, so we can make sure that you get a seat at your favorite B Corp restaurant.

Build your trip now and get in touch with an in-destination travel expert from Baboo today.

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