Reduces annual CO2 emissions by:
Mama’s Bakery and Lebanese Restaurant was established in 1988,
when two brothers opened the restaurant for their mother. At the time, there was a Lebanese church located in North Park close to the Boulevard. The restaurant catered directly to the congregation and was open only on the weekends. Once the community began noticing the crowd that gathered around the restaurant, the family expanded their operation and opened during standard restaurant hours. Over the years, under new ownership, the menu has expanded tremendously boasting some of the largest and most delicious wraps in all of San Diego!
Customers from all over patronize Mama’s Bakery, and always have wonderful things to say about the food. Customers are particularly intrigued by ingredients like zatar, which is sprinkled in many of their wraps. Zatar is a blend of thyme, oregano and sesame seeds, herbs common throughout the Middle East.. Their fresh handmade flatbread, cooked on the sajj, an oven which has been around before the time of Christ, is another basic element of their wraps which keeps customers coming back for more. Come check us out today
*CO² results were derived from estimated gallons of oil provided by the restaurant that can be recycled in to B100 fuel; or estimated fuel consumption by the company. Emissions are compared to Diesel #2 fuel and are based off EPA's life cycle analysis. Engine year/type may cause variation in results.