Address: 2200 Oxford (Alllston), Berkeley 94704
Area: East Bay
Phone: (510) 809-0400
Hours: Dinner Every Day 5-10pm Lunch Weekdays 11:30 am-2pm
Category: Restaurant/Food Vendor (Vegan Friendly)
Restaurant Type: Californian
Vegan Dessert: Yes
Accepts credit card: Yes
Parking: There is a City of Berkeley parking lot underneath the restaurant. Street parking generally available in the evening.
Transit: Located 1 block east of the Downtown Berkeley Bart station.
Notes: Gather supports local food producers and sources all ingredients with a commitment to choosing foods that are cultivated safely, justly and sustainably. The menu is 50% vegetarian (with many vegan options).
|Added by LolaBanana on 2010-03-29, Last update: 2010-07-11, Viewed 1545 times|
Average rating: 0 / 5.0 Based on 2 reviews. (Add/Edit your own review)
|My current favorite restaurant. Only a few vegan dishes, but they are all terrific. Kale Caesar (the kale is cooked) is the best vegan version of a Caesar Salad I have tried. Gather elevates the lowly mushroom sandwich to an amazing level (a must!). They also always offer a delicious vegan pizza. This kitchen really knows what they are doing!||hughbc
|Had a wonderful meal here. We started with the Polenta Encrusted Mushrooms appetizer with "ranch" dressing (v). Shared a salad with hazelnuts, fennel and miso dressing (v). For a main course, the Seared Fava Leaf Chickpea Cake (v), and for dessert the Chocolate Cake (v). (v=vegan). We also had two speciality cocktails. We were stuffed silly and very happy. Everything was DELICIOUS! Try it!||LolaBanana
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