Support Blue Restaurants and Bars!

“Use water wisely” isn’t only a slogan for households – restaurants and bars in our community can use a lot of water too! Water efficiency is important everywhere we go. So when you step out for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, head to a Certified Blue restaurant. These conscientious businesses are working hard to reduce their water usage, which helps to safeguard our water systems and resources.

When you support a “Blue” restaurant, you’re helping our water, too!

Amici Athens - 233 E Clayton Street
Barberitos - Eastside & Five Points
Ben & Jerry’s - 105 College Avenue
Beef O’ Brady’s - 1860 Barnett Shoals Rd.
Blind Pig Tavern - College Station - 2301 College Station Road
Big City Bread - 393 North Finley St.
Cine - 234 W Hancock Avenue
DePalma’s Italian Cafe - All three Athens Locations (Downtown, East, and Timothy Road)
Five and Ten - 1073 S. Milledge Ave.
The Globe - 199 N Lumpkin St.
Hendershots - 237 Prince Avenue
Hi-Lo Lounge - 1345 Prince Avenue
Highwire Lounge - 296 N. Hull St.
home.made - 1072 Baxter St, Athens, GA 30606
Live Wire - 227 W. Dougherty St.
Locos Grill & Pub - Both Athens Locations (Timothy Road & East)
Mama’s Boy - 197 Oak St.
Nuci’s Space - 396 Oconee St.
Outback Steakhouse - 3585 Atlanta Highway
Papa Johns - All restaurants in Athens-Clarke County
Porterhouse Grill - 459 East Broad St.
Pulaski Heights Barbecue - 675 Pulaski St.
South Kitchen & Bar - 247 E Washington St.
Square One Fish Co. - 1298 Prince Ave
Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe - 227 Prince Ave.
Team Burgers & Biscuits - 745 Danielsville Rd.
The Rook and Pawn - 194 W Washington St.
The National - 232 W. Hancock Ave.
Trappeze - 296 N. Hull St.Done Editing

Congratulations to Square One Fish Co., our newest Certified Blue business!

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About Certified Blue
Certified Blue helps restaurants, bars, and institutions in Athens-Clarke County use less water and promote efficient water use in our community. The basis for this effort is “WaterSense at Work,” which was developed as part of the federal EPA’s WaterSense program. WaterSense at Work is a compilation of best management practices for business and institutional facility owners that provides guidance in water efficiency and improves water use management.

About 65,000 people work in Athens and it is the commercial heart of Northeast Georgia. Through the Certified Blue program, employees and customers are encouraged to be efficient water users where they work, dine, and socialize. The goal is not only to reinforce water efficiency throughout these daily activities, but also to raise awareness of the benefits of wise water use and to encourage people to take the message home.

Become a Certified Blue Restaurant!

Contact the Water Conservation Office about Certified Blue. 706-613-3729