Paris: Places I Love - 101 Cookbooks - Healthy Recipe Journal. Below are a few of the places I've enjoyed in Paris.
The ones I look forward to revisiting when I travel there again. Tilth Restaurant - Organic New American Cuisine. Hidden Gem Hotels in San Francisco. 101 Cookbooks - Healthy Recipe Journal. Many of you have written to me in the past requesting a list of my favorite "everyday" places to eat, drink, and shop in San Francisco.
Here's a stab at it. This is by no means a comprehensive list of all the great places in this city - it's more of a brainstorm of places I find myself often. Many I can walk to from where I live, others take more effort - a hop on a train, or a trip across town via car. It's clear I know some neighborhoods better than others. I thought this list would be most useful if organized (very roughly) by neighborhood.
I'll do my best to update this, and if you're coming to San Francisco I hope you enjoy your stay here.updated 3/28/12. View map: Heidi Swanson: San Francisco Mission / Castro Bar Tartine: Brunch / Dinner. Hayes Valley Blue Bottle Coffee: gibralter while sitting curbside on Linden Lane.Miette: sweet treats. Downtown / SOMA Sunday and Tuesday farmers' market at Ferry Building (info) Boulette's Larder: there's no place like it. Fillmore Noe Valley. Bar Tartine. Healthy Paris—juice bars, restaurants, beauty stores. I Burst My Belt in San Francisco: Pixar, Foreign Cinema, Omnivore Books, Wise Sons, Knead, SPQR, State Bird Provisions, Bar Tartine, Zuni, Boulibar, Humphry Slocombe, Tosca and Sightglass Coffee.
May 7, 2014 | By Adam Roberts | 13 Comments People often ask, when they read posts like these, “How did you not explode eating all of that food?”
Normally I answer, “Oh, I only took small bites” or “I burned it all off by walking a lot.” But the truth is, I did explode after our week, last week, in San Francisco. My hands are typing this, but my face is across the room, and you don’t want to know where my lower half is. But let me tell you, friends, it was totally worth it. Why were we in San Francisco? Which is why, on Wednesday, when we were on the way to LAX, getting ready to fly to Oakland where a car was waiting to whisk us off to Pixar, it was almost a Greek tragedy when Delta called to say our flight was canceled.
As we arrived, the Pixar people were finishing up watching the movie and then Craig joined Bill and Kristen on stage for a Q&A conducted by Jonas Rivera who produced Up. Needless to say, it was a great day. And the chocolate pot de creme for dessert: Vegan Guide to San Francisco. By Leo Babauta San Francisco is my favorite city in the world, and living here has helped me become fully vegan (Eva too, as of last year!).
I thought I’d share a (non-comprehensive) list of places to try for fellow vegans visiting the city. It’s the result of my exploration of many places, good and great, which has been admittedly a lot of fun. You won’t get to all of these, so I’ve marked my favorites. The Best Vegetarian Restaurants in San Francisco. San Francisco is the best city in the world for vegetarians.
I’ve said that previously about Chiang Mai in Thailand which certainly is an excellent budget option, but on our third visit to San Francisco in July we were reminded what a gourmet heaven it is. It’s an amazing place for anyone to eat. The city has easy access to quality, locally grown, organic ingredients. Its food scene is diverse with cultures from all over the world represented. And it has a population who loves to eat, and who cares about the quality of the ingredients they are consuming. In San Francisco you could eat at a different vegan restaurant every night for weeks before exhausting them all. Vegetarian and Vegan Restaurants in San Francisco Greens – Gourmet Vegetarian with a View. Millennium Restaurant. At Millennium we create a gourmet dining experience out of vegetarian, healthy, and environmentally friendly foods.
We strive to make vegetarian dining fun and exciting. Millennium is nestled in the heart of a food lover's city, and we are committed to keeping that tradition alive. Our cuisine is influenced by the flavors and styles of many cultures and all of our dishes are completely animal-free. Hours of Operation We serve dinner every night of the week: 5:30pm - 9:30pm, Sun - Thurs 5:30pm - 10:30pm, Fri & Sat Brunch is served once a year on Mother's Day. Millennium is closed on Memorial Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day & New Years Day. Reservation Policy Our hosts are available from 3:00 pm each day to take your reservations (415.345.3900 x10) or if you'd prefer, make a reservation online through OpenTable.com For parties of 5 or more, please call our host at 415.345.3900 x10.
Dress Code We are an upscale restaurant with no formal dress code.