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A mellow, laid-back vibe greets diners at Flying Pig Bistro, a popular Mission District dig known for its gluten-free eats. Comfortably laid out sitting booths, large TV screens and local works of art adorning its walls complete a convivial setting at this neighborhood cafe. Menu features an array of organic preparations like freshly baked items, flavorful bagels, organic latte, small plates and cold sandwiches, among other toothsome delights. Flying Pig also offers 18 draft ales and local Californian wines. Free, high speed WiFi connectivity makes it a busy spot with the area's working community.
This popular restaurant is run by professional Japanese chefs who are well acquainted with the art of making sushi. Tatsu Nishino, founder of the establishment, has been cooking since his teens and is a graduate of The Japanese Culinary School in Osaka, Japan. From the food to the ambiance and interiors, everything is visually appealing. The Omakase is an exclusive 7 course meal and requires a reservation much in advance. The staff is friendly, attentive and give recommendations to maximize a fine dining experience at the restaurant. Being one of the Top 10 restaurants in Seattle, it is definitely a must-visit.
Treat your taste buds to a delicious Afghani meal as you dine at Nora. This restaurant is famous for serving flavorsome Afghan traditional recipes. Their Kublai Khan, Qabili Pulao, Firni are some of the famous dishes on their menu which have gained them many fans. Apart from the delicious menu, this restaurant is known for serving unique cocktails along with an extensive list of beverages. The cozy decor and warm hospitality are sure to impress you and making you want to visit this place often.
Selden Standard has a very simple mission: to produce incredible, fresh food from local ingredients that everyone can sit back, relax and enjoy in a friendly and casual atmosphere. The food is served small plates style, so its perfect for groups looking to try a little bit of a variety of dishes. Because the restaurant uses all local produce and ingredients whenever possible, the menu is seasonally-driven so you never know exactly what you will get. Even the cocktail menu is seasonally driven, with the bar staff constantly creating new concoctions out of the freshest fruits and herbs.
For all those who love their leafy-greens and cannot get enough of salads, Sweetgreen is the place for you to go! Using only the freshest of locally sourced, organic ingredients, this fast-food style eatery creates fresh salads that are light, delicious and flavorful. With limited seating set in clean, simple and minimalist interiors, this is a great place to enjoy a solo meal. Try salads like the Rad Thai, the Spicy Sabzi and the Wild Child or choose your own veggies, toppings and dressings to create a unique combination.
Strategically located near the Boston marathon finish line, Sweetgreen manages to create an aura of wellness. With its fresh salads crafted from locally sourced veggies and fruits, this seems to be the go-to choice for health food connoisseurs. The salad bowls offered by Sweetgreen are moderately priced and range between USD8 to USD11, but are big on quantity, making you feel absolutely sated. Besides salads, you can even sip on their daily soups and try some of their healthy Mediterranean fare such as the pita crumble and the hummus tahina. So get in line and get yourself a bowl of health at Sweetgreen's.
Probably the only bakery in the city to have an entirely gluten-free kitchen, Back To Eden offers a delicious array of cakes, pastries and more. Health and sustainability is high on the establishment's priority; one of the main reasons why they slowly, but surely switched to the organic lifestyle choice. This is not to say that their creations are any less delectable or satisfying. Their cakes and pastries are made using their signature gluten-free flour and offer a good choice whether you're coming in for breakfast or simply to satiate a sweet tooth. Apart from this, the bakery offers a selection of lunch hearty lunch specialties that includes delights like the Mini Quiche and Biscuits & Mushroom Gravy; favorites on the menu. There's a choice of smoothies as well to accompany your food. Ice creams are a specialty at Back To Eden and should not be missed. Choose from an extensive list of the frozen treats with a varied choice of flavors. The enormous selection of sundaes offers something for pretty much everyone. Vegan ice cream is also available.
A break from the fried food, burgers and pizza near the downtown bars, Koriente offers fresh, healthy food in the heart of the Red River bar scene. Open late on weekends, the Asian-inspired restaurant has a diverse clientele, from health-conscious diners to late-night snackers. The menu features lots of fresh vegetables, noodles and spicy dishes like curries and bibambap. Snacks include summer rolls, tapioca wraps and edamame. To drink, Koriente offers an extensive tea list featuring greens, blacks, reds and herbals. Bubble tea, the chilled drink with delightfully chewy tapioca pearls suspended in it, is also available in a variety of fruit or yogurt flavors.
Nestled in Chicago's Logan Square, Fat Rice is a local family eatery where one can relish their meals in a modest ambiance. Rice dishes are definitely what you can expect at Fat Rice, but that's not all! Guests are offered a variety of options, ranging across pumpkin and watermelon soups, salads, noodles, steaks, bacon, tofu and much more. The recipes draw their inspiration from Chinese, Indian, Southeast Asian and Portuguese preparations, providing guests with unique flavors. This place does not take reservations, so make sure to get there well in time to avoid waiting for to be seated at a table.
Hu Kitchen strives to prepare and serve food the way humans were meant to eat. This means you can expect alot of vegetables and fruits, and minimal (although not non-existant) meats and healthy grains. The paleo-friendly menu features dishes like lentil salad, organic Waldorf chicken salad and stuffed delicata squash, among many others. If you're into juice, make sure you try out one of their fresh ones in a variety of different flavor combinations. A stop in to Hu Kitchen will have your body well-fed for the rest of your day.
Matthew Kenney is a celebrity chef who is a renowned advocate of plant-based cuisine. Set inside the chic Sacred Space, a holistic health facility, his second outpost of Plant Food + Wine and the first in Miami has not only piqued vegans and vegetarians' interest but also has earned rave reviews from diners. The minimalist yet sleek restaurant offers a delightful culinary journey made from local, organic and seasonal produce. The result is a menu that is enticing, dynamic, innovative and sublime. Equally noteworthy is their bar that not only serves organic wine and sake but also detox drinks, cold-pressed juices and cocktails. You can also enjoy alfresco dining at their palm ensconced patio with a pool. Reservations are highly recommended.
A16 Rockridge brings the taste of Campania to Oakland. This industrial decor has a rustic touch to it with exposed bricks, an open kitchen, wooden beams and artworks. Taking pride in their authentically rustic menu, you can enjoy wood-fired pizzas, homemade pastas, house cured meats and fine Southern Italian wines at this establishment. Don't miss their happy hours where you can sip on their wine varietal by the glass or half-a-bottle carafe. Reservations are recommended.