Greens N Grains Cafe will be serving delicious food daily from 9 am – 4 pm all winter with a new collection of daily specials and events. The bi-weekly Dinner and a Movie screenings begin this Thursday with a great documentary film.
Greens N Grains Natural Foods’ November Specials are posted online and we are taking reservations for organic, pasture-raised turkeys for the holidays. On Monday, October 29 we shift to off-season hours open daily from 10 am – 4 pm.
Greens N Grains Cafe’s Off Season Specials & Events
Mondays from 1 – 3 pm Join local artists and wanna-be artists for Art and Conversation. Bring a sketchbook, poetry or a journal and a few supplies to join in the fun – nothing too messy and no experience needed. Free!
Tuesdays are Junior Citizens Special Day – Youthful clients deserve a break too! For anyone under 30 years of age, your smoothie, juice or espresso drink is half price with lunch.
Wednesdays are Soup in a Bread Bowl Day – Delicious, home made soups served in a bread bowl made by Heidi at Island Breads using locally grown wheat.
Wednesdays from 1 – 3 pm Bored Game Day – Join friends or meet new ones to play chess, checkers, backgammon, scrabble, cards or build a puzzle.
Thursdays are Senior Citizen Day – for all of our 60 and older friends, enjoy a free cup of drip coffee or tea with the purchase of lunch.
Every other Thursday we feature Dinner & a Movie, serving at 6pm and screening at 7 pm.
…a beautiful and award-winning documentary that explores the future of how we grow things, weighing in on the worldwide debate over the changes created by industrial agriculture.
India has more farmers than any country in the world, and they are in a crisis that is unprecedented in human history. Every 30 minutes a farmer in India kills himself in despair. In a village at the center of the suicide epidemic, a farmer and his family struggle to keep his land and a teenage girl makes her first steps to become a journalist and tell the world about the crisis. Bitter Seeds raises questions about the human cost of genetically-modified agriculture and the future of how we grow things.
While the subject matter of this recent film is unsettling, the cinematography and the overall production level is spectacular. Bitter Seeds is the final film in the Globalization Trilogy, a 12-year-long project by director Micha X. Peled, which follows his Store Wars: When Wal-Mart Comes to Town and China Blue. While the first film in the series focused on consumption habits in the U.S. and the second film investigated the manufacturing of clothing, Bitter Seeds looks at the raw materials. It goes to India and follows the farmers growing the cotton exported to China’s garment factories to be used for the clothes sold in the West.
You are invited to attend a free public screening of Bitter Seeds on Thursday, November 1 at Greens N Grains Natural Food Store and Cafe in Egg Harbor. The Cafe offers a natural and organic dinner special each evening before the Film Society screening. Enjoy a delicious homemade soup, salad, a fresh baked roll and a cup of tea or coffee for $7.50, available from 6 pm on. The Thursday night Film Society screenings take place bi-weekly at 7 pm and there is no charge for membership but seating at screenings is limited to 28 people. Dinner and film reservations are requested. RSVP by calling 920.868.9999 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.