Five Points

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Five Points is located in Greenwich Village and was founded in 1999 by Marc Meyers and his wife Victoria Freeman. The owners made it a point to ensure that all of what comes into the established is from local suppliers and that the menu is both fresh and innovative. All eggs and meats produced by free range chickens and animals. Menu varies slightly every day to adapt to the local supply of produce. All meats are purchased whole and unprocessed, and the animal is used in the entirety to minimize waste. Five Points places great emphasis on getting natural, organic foods, they ensure that their food contains: no pesticides, no antibiotics, no chemical fertilizer and is hormone-free. All excess food is composted and Tri-State Biodiesel (TSB) collects excess cooking oil to recycle


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