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Gracias Madre delights its patrons with a delectable fare of vegan Mexican dishes. The restaurant is quite spacious and is furnished with ample of seating spaces that accommodate larger parties with ease. Tasteful decor, warm lighting and a welcoming atmosphere makes this place completely child friendly too. The menu at Gracias Madre dictates varieties of quintessential Mexican specials, all cooked to perfection with use of only and only organic and vegan ingredients. Draft beers, soju cocktails as well as organic wines are available to complete your fare.
The decor at this location of Dosa is upscale and modern, and it was remodeled using eco-friendly practices and materials. There's happy hour with appetizers from Monday through Thursday, plus a lengthy lunch and dinner menu. Start your meal with the blackened spiced corn, then try the Kerala fish moilee. Or choose one of many dosas (savory rice and lentil crepes, served with chutneys and sambar (a dipping soup). Finish your meal with some Gulab Jamoon, which is a sweet, lightly fried plate of milk-dough balls. There's a large list of beers and wines by the glass, plus inventive cocktails utilizing Indian spices.
One of the favorite vegetarian and vegan eateries in San Francisco, this Mission District restaurant offers a wide range of foods. The cuisine is a blend of many different cultures. The menu features items such as an Indian curry with vegetables and rice, and a Texas barbecued tempeh burger. Both indoor and outdoor dining in suitably funky Mission District decor is available. The service is personable and efficient, and the locals crowd this place regularly.
Mixt Greens is a salad stop not just for tree-huggers and vegans. It is for anyone who wants to mix greens in their everyday diet. The array of green, blue, and red organic veggies, seafood, poultry and eggs assures something for everyone. Apart from salads (named amusingly enough, after the likes of Dagwood and Marley), sandwiches, bottled organic juices, and wines are also available. Also the decor is in keeping with green norms, including the packaging which is made from corn.
Peña Pachamama on Powell Street is an unusual restaurant for more than a few reasons. It serves a vibrant South American fare, with a nod towards exotic Bolivian preparations. Best known for the exceedingly healthy yet delicious renditions of classic Latin recipes, the eatery prides itself in using only the freshest and top quality ingredients available - organic whenever possible. Peña Pachamama is also a big believer in Raw Foodism, and a haven for vegan/vegetarians in the Telegraph Hill area. Apart from some of the most delectable food in the neighborhood, Peña Pachamama also offers a range of fantastic Latin American libations such as sangria, mojito and caipariñja with an impressive list of Peruvian and Bolivian beers. They also host live music events and traditional dance performances quite regularly; check the website for more on that.
This shop at the Ferry Building Marketplace is the urban outlet of the Frog Hollow Farm, popularly known for its organic fruits. But out here in this San Francisco store, you not only get to try their farm fresh fruits but also get to taste their delicious pastries and quiches with some hot coffee or tea. Add to these their wonderful collection of conserves, chutneys and marmalades. Besides, they all come in such reasonable prices that you would simply love to indulge.
This restaurant offers salads, sandwiches, soups, sustainable seafood, poultry, and desserts at affordable prices. The food is organic and locally farmed whenever possible, and the juices and smoothies are freshly made. For lunch and dinner entrees, there are several curries and Japanese noodle dishes, plus beer and sake, and wine by the bottle or glass. There are options for kids, vegans, and special dietary needs (gluten-free dishes). Stop in for breakfast, or come later for the avocado and grapefruit salad, the lettuce cups, the vegan plant burger, or the daily wild sustainable fish entree served with market vegetables.