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While enjoying one of San Francisco's most dramatic views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin Headlands, diners savor Chef Annie Somerville’s imaginative vegetarian cuisine that features local seasonal organic produce and the finest ingredients. Greens emphasizes wonderful dishes created with a balance of colors, flavor and a contrast of textures inspired by the cuisines of the Mediterranean, Asia, Mexico and the American Southwest.
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We were fortunate to find this restaurant on our first day in San Francisco and went back a second time with our daughter several days later. We follow a vegan diet and almost there entire menu is vegan or be made vegan. We started with...More
Classy vegetarian restaurant with lovely views over the marina. I understand that this is San Francisco’s oldest vegetarian restaurant. We were very impressed. Food and drink were excellent as was the service. The place as also very busy mid week which is always a good...More
I was at this restaurant a few times in the first year it was opened. At that time, the monks were the servers. It's still very good but the monks aren't serving anymore. The food is beautifully presented and simple.
We were looking forward to eating here. We love to experience excellently prepared vegetarian food. We ordered a bottle of rose with our meals. We ordered a shared appetizer, two main courses and a shared dessert. The grilled stone fruit appetizer was delicious. Tomato camaroni...More
My partner and I visited this place during our trip to San Fran, and as we are both vegetarians we were keen to try their dishes. The menu wasn’t particularly imaginative but I had hoped the food quality would make up for that. We had...More
I was really hopeful when I saw the reviews, however my experience was far from what was reflected there.
The welcome was good, friendly staff and a nice atmosphere.
Starting with the wines, the choice was limited, only by the glass at high prices for...More
While I didn't like my meal all that much, appetizers and other guest enjoyed theirs.
I had Brochette - it was really the sauce I didn't like. There was no where to pull the tofu and vegys off but in the sauce. So I was...More
This spot is not to be missed. We are vegetarians, but even if you are not....GO! I am passionate about the idea of showing Americans that they do NOT need meat for each and every meal. This gorgeous establishment makes it look easy.
Beautiful homes, beautiful people, and a beautiful backdrop of the Golden Gate Bridge welcome visitors to the Marina. Originally the location for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in 1915 (whose remnants can be seen at the Palace of Fine Arts), much of the land was filled and flattened to accommodate a world’s fair. That ample space has given way to a jogger’s paradise at the northern edge of the city.
With the picturesque bay setting as its backdrop, it’s no surprise that the area has hosted numerous movie productions. Daytime activities focus on café culture and boutique shopping, while the evenings turn this neighborhood into a party-going hotspot.
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Hi! I am trying to remember and it seems to me that one in our party ordered a rum drink so that they would have to have a full bar. I sell wine so I don't often follow whether there is a full bar or not as I almost always... More
Hi! I am trying to remember and it seems to me that one in our party ordered a rum drink so that they would have to have a full bar. I sell wine so I don't often follow whether there is a full bar or not as I almost always order some wine. I hope that this helps you. Happy imbibing.