fries1) ORDER FRIED FOOD AT REDBONES TO HELP FUEL THE BIODIESEL REVOLUTION
Once you’ve arrived at this Davis Square beer-and-barbecue mecca (redbones.com), sidle up to the bar, spin the beer wheel to select your brew, and order some fries, or “onion strings,” or the redoubtable catfingers. Then pat yourself on the back, secure in the knowledge that the fryer oil in which they’re cooked will soon be donated to Brighton’s Green Grease Monkey, which will convert it to biodegradable, low-emission biodiesel fuel. Seldom has saving the planet been so delectably artery-clogging. (Take the T if you must, but biking there is better, given the joint’s long-standing support for MassBike and the New England Mountain Bike Association. And parking’s no problem — Redbones has its own bike valet.)

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