Address: 2367 Market St. (17th St.), San Francisco 94114
Phone: (415) 558-1616
Hours: Mon-Fri 11:30pm-2:30pm, 5:30pm-10pm; Sat 11:30am-3pm, 5:30pm-10pm; Sun 11:30am-3pm, 5:30pm-9pm
Category: Restaurant/Food Vendor (Vegetarian Friendly)
Restaurant Type: Californian
Vegan Dessert: No
Accepts credit card: Yes
Parking: Street parking, can be difficult. Public parking garage one block away on Noe St. just north of Market.
Transit: Various MUNI lines - Market & Castro St. station
Notes: Currently, this trendy restaurant offers limited vegetarian selections, including a vegan ravioli entree, soup and tofu scramble brunch. Vegan wine may be available upon request. The restaurant advertises that it uses primarily organic, "healthy," "ethical" and "sustainable" ingredients, and is in the process of becoming "Green Certified."
|Added by Andrew Z on 2008-02-06, Last update: 2009-01-11, Viewed 1675 times|
Average rating: 3.5 / 5.0 Based on 2 reviews. (Add/Edit your own review)
|I have had dinner and brunch here. The vegan offerings for dinner were limited but tasty and a bit overpriced for the entree. The Soup, however, was amazing and fairly priced. I was disappointed with their tofu scramble brunch selection but I spoke with the owner/head chef and gave him some pointers so hopefully it will improve with time.||Warren
|The soup was delicious, the pumpkin ravioli wholesome and pleasant, but overpriced for what it was. The tofu scramble brunch was also pleasant (but not special) and fairly priced. Decor is trendy and overdone, but service is friendly. The Castro is surprisingly not vegan- or organic-friendly, so I encourage people to support them so they will further develop and promote their vegan menu.||AndrewZ
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