Michigan’s Great Southwest Sustainable Business Forum hosted Green Drinks at 221 Main – Restaurant & Cocktail House on Wednesday, March 22.
During the gathering, Forum members spoke about sustainable happenings in the region, as well as the organizations upcoming 7th Annual Sustainability Issues Legislative Breakfast on April 21. The Legislative Meeting will host a panel discussion among local elected officials and experts on policy issues impacting sustainable business and sustainability in Michigan’s Great Southwest, including Congressmen Fred Upton and State Representative Kim LaSata.
221 Main – Restaurant & Cocktail House is a steakhouse & seafood restaurant serving downtown St. Joseph / Berrien County communities, 221 Main offers a menu which includes a selection of dishes inspired by our executive chef and complementary hand-crafted cocktails served in a comfortable, friendly atmosphere. A great lunch and dinner destination, 221 Main serves full course meals, with spirits to choose from our over 120 whiskies, bourbons, scotches and ryes.
Newly-opened sister restaurant, The Terrace at 221, is located right upstairs. The Terrace is a 21 & over dining establishment focusing on small plates, entrées, fine wine and over 221 whiskies from all over the world!