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Cafe Gratitude


Closed 5-25-2012
0 out of 5 stars 0 / 5.0, 2 reviews
Address: 2400 Harrison Street, San Francisco 94110
Neighborhood: Mission District
Phone: (415) 824-4652
Hours: Daily 10 am - 10 pm
Category: Restaurant/Food Vendor (Vegan)
Restaurant Type: Raw
Average cost: $11-$20  per person after tax and tip$11-$20  per person after tax and tip
Vegan Dessert: Yes
Accepts credit card: Yes
Parking: Street
Transit: MUNI Bus: #12, #27 stops three blocks away on 20th and Bryant. BART is 10 blocks away.

Notes: If you are what you eat, Cafe Gratitude wants you to think positive. Its all raw entrees have affirming names like "I am Bountiful". Creators of Cafe Gratitude have also created a board game, Abundant River, which is featured on every table at the restaurant. Upscale coffee/cafe decor and ambiance, with shared tables (community seating). Some items may contain honey, so ask your server before ordering. 5% surcharge on "to go" orders.

Website: http://www.cafegratitude.com
Cafe Gratitude
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Added by Caity on 2004-05-12, Last update: 2012-05-26, Viewed 17569 times
Last 5 Reviews (Show All Reviews)

Average rating:0 out of 5 stars 0 / 5.0 Based on 30 reviews. (Add/Edit your own review)

Rating Comments   Reviewer Date
4.5 out of 5 stars I really enjoyed the food on a recent visit, particularly the raw ice cream with chocolate sauce. Shared the chard-leaf spring rolls with thai dipping sauce, pesto pizza, & warm tamales -- all very yummy. Very tight seating and close proximity to others diminished my enjoyment of the overall experience. tammy
Reviews: 112
  2010-03-16
5 out of 5 stars Fab vegan restaurant. I've shared Cafe Gratitude with 4 meat-eating friends on 3 different occasions, and they all loved it. JAN.2009 UPDATE: Still as delicious and fun and quirky as ever. The only problem is that it's pricey so I don't eat there very much. But I don't eat out very much, period, for the same reason. calicokitten
Reviews: 34
  2010-01-07
5 out of 5 stars This place has a party vibe unlike any other veg restaurant i've ever been to -- like going to the hottest restaurant in town in the midst of happy hour. It is warm, cozy and inviting. The tables invite the opportunity to meet new people -- or not as is your preference. The food -- fabulous! My favorites are the pizzas (marinara and pesto) and the mocha cheesecake could win awards. SusieG
Reviews: 4
  2008-10-22
5 out of 5 stars You will appreciate this restaurant a lot more if you are a raw food enthusiast. I love the vibe, but certainly it's not for everyone. The people here are all about loving the world, enjoying the journey, and making yourself vulnerable and open to all that life has to offer. Awesome desserts! My daughter's favorite is the I Am Joy chocolate coconut confection. I love the raw ice cream. jessica
Reviews: 15
  2008-10-10
4.5 out of 5 stars I love the food! I think they make the best homemade ginger ale in town. The names of the food "I am grateful" are a little hokey for some people, but I've never had problems with the service. Oh, and the deserts are incredible! fedora
Reviews: 9
  2008-08-21
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