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Vegetarian Restaurants in SF

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JC Oct 16, 2000 04:46 AM

Can a person be a vegetarian and chowhound at the same time?
Looking for vegetarian restaurants in SF or bay area that has that "special something" even if its just one disk out of the entire menu.

Thanks

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    David Ljung Madison Jan 17, 2001 11:19 PM

    I've been `collecting' veggie restaurants in SF for
    almost 3 years now, and decided to start keeping track:

    http://Daveola.com/Pages/Vegetarian/Restaurants/

    I'd love to get input (new restaurants, opinions, etc..

    )

    Link: http://Daveola.com/Pages/Vegetarian/R...

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      Sarah Nov 29, 2000 10:56 PM

      Hi! I'm working on a project on vegetarianism. Can you please fill out this survey?
      Thanks.
      http://home.att.net/~s.j.friedman/VegetarianSurvey.html

      Link: http://home.att.net/~s.j.friedman/Veg...

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        Tida Oct 16, 2000 12:09 PM

        Haven't tried yet myself but Ganges is supposed to be an excellent Indian vegetarian restaurant that is close to the Haight, on the south side of Kezar stadium.

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          Mark Oct 16, 2000 11:57 AM

          Look for Millennium downtown, Lucky Creation in Chinatown (Grant Street?)

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            Chandavkl Oct 16, 2000 12:15 PM

            Lucky Creation is at 854 Washington in Chinatown and if you're not familiar with Chinese vegetarian food you're in for a treat.

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            JB Leibovitch Oct 16, 2000 11:08 AM

            Maybe this is the obvious post, but we take vegetarians to Greens in Fort Mason (near the Marina Safeway). I am not a vegetarian, but I recall always eating well at Greens, and the view can be spectacular.

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              Barry Kaufman Oct 16, 2000 03:01 PM

              Greens is overrated and overpriced --- Why would someone pay for a "great view"? However, I will say that Deborah Madison's cookbooks are wonderful (Ms. Madison was the founding chef for Greens) I second Millenium

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                judy leibovitch Oct 16, 2000 08:18 PM

                Looking forward to checking out Millennium.

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                  gordon wing Oct 26, 2000 01:38 AM

                  One more vote for Millenium...I believe that they are not only vegetartian but go a bit further and are vegan.
                  The food is quite imaginative and savory. There are some interesting beverages that are non alcoholic, as well.

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                    Melanie Wong Oct 26, 2000 05:17 PM

                    I haven't eaten at Millenium yet, but noticed that that one of my favorite quotations from Margaret Mead is positioned prominently in the dining room. "Never doubt that a small, group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."

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                  sue Oct 24, 2000 07:43 PM

                  A die-hard colleague of mine waxed on about Firefly but this was 2 years ago so not sure if it' still as good as it was.

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