Celebrate Earth Day With Village Access

April 22, is Earth Day. As we know environmental protection and awareness is not just about one day, it is about 365 days.

Greenwich Village is home to many local businesses who place environmental consciousness at the forefront of their business each day, many also offer exclusive Village Access promotions and discounts meaning you can support both the environment and local businesses by using your Village Access card to enjoy great offers at these locations.


Enjoy either 10% off or a free coffee with any food purchase. You can also get 50% off their Salad of the Day throughout Earth Month.

Ancolie serve their food in reusable glass jars in order to eliminate waste and offer $2 off each time you return your jar. Ancolie’s green recognitions include four Star Rating by the Green Restaurant Association, 3 Star Rating by the SPE, Carbon Neutral by C02 Logic and Ocean Champion by The Oceanic Standard.

Lifethyme Natural Market

Get 10% off salad purchases.

Lifethyme has been in business for over twenty years selling exclusively organic and natural products, beginning at a time when most people thought of “Organic” as being a bit odd. Funny how times change.


20% off five or ten class packages at New York City’s premier mediation studio.

With three locations across New York MNDFL has become a leading location to pause, reflect and become more connected with your environment.

Ono Bowls

Get 10% off Acai Bowl, Juice or Smoothie.

Enjoy the fruits of the earth and Mother Nature with delicious bowls and smoothies, all made from raw, and locally sourced ingredients that are vegan and vegetarian friendly.

Pure Green

Enjoy free “Immunity” or “Wake Me Up” shots with the purchase of any Acai bowl or smoothie.

Made from fruits, vegetables and pure super-foods their smoothies contain the best of nature.

University Floral Design

Get free Manhattan delivery on orders over $100.00.

This family owned and run florist has been creating the finest floral arrangements for every occasion since 1928, using the most beautiful gifts from Mother Nature.

First celebrated in 1970, Earth Day now features events in over 200 countries with the goal of highlighting the causes and effects of global warming. The features many calls to action with the objective of ensuring increasing environmental protectionism from small local initiatives to major international initiatives such as the Paris Agreement on climate change.

Earth Day 2019 marks the countdown to the 2020 fiftieth anniversary, which will commence with many events right here in New York City. To find out what is happening where, click here.

Celebrate Earth Day With Village Access


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