As another Bay Area summer begins with terrifying court decisions, outrageous price hikes on gas and groceries, and somehow run-of-the-mill wildfires, eating a dinner without meat can seem like a last priority. Still, an achievable goal like committing to plant-based burgers rather than the heavier alternative, can be an edifying force in times such as these. Plus, the United Nations does say nixing the beef can do a lot for the environment.
In San Francisco there are heaps of ways to enjoy a great meal sans steak. The list is competitive — plenty of restaurant seemed more fitting for our vegan map, for example — and this list is not an exhaustive, ranked, Thunderdome situation. It’s a far-flung selection spanning the city, from waffles near Ocean Beach to jackfruit tacos in Mission Bay. Here are 15 vegetarian-friendly restaurants worth venturing out to try.
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