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Ultimate Guide Reviews
The Raven's Delicious, original cuisine, artfully presented with fresh flowers and organic produce, some from the inn's own garden. Many vegan dishes, clearly marked. Quiet, peaceful atmosphere. 5 stars 2005-09-26
The Stanford Inn A beautiful inn, more like a resort than a bed & breakfast. Delicious food, comfortable room, great view, amenities and hospitality. Pet-friendly; I enjoyed petting the resident cats. 5 stars 2005-09-26
Greens Restaurant Good food but not many vegan items; heavy emphasis on cheese. Took 25 minutes to be seated after our reservation time (on a weeknight!) 4 stars 2005-08-11
Nirvana Just discovered this Castro treasure last night. Delicious food, vegetarian and non-dairy options clearly marked. The Man O Mango noodle dish is not to be missed!! Large fun drink menu too. 5 stars 2005-02-02
Kaleva Most amazing food! Chef personally came out and described the vegan North and South Indian dinners of the day. We ordered both to mix and match. Best naan (ginger!) ever tasted. Great prices too! 5 stars 2005-01-30
Chai-Yo What a find! Friendly service, delicious dishes (I tried fried tofu and veggie pad thai), yummy "milk" tea made with nondairy creamer in this tiny neighborhood restaurant. Highly recommended! 5 stars 2004-10-09
Geranium Brunch (tofu scramble burrito w/beans, corn etc.) was delicious. Service was a bit slow, but it was a hot day. Waiter was friendly and accommodating when finding sour cream mistakenly put on my plate. 4 stars 2004-09-04
Urban Forage - Mission Huge menu - took forever to decide what to order. The raw entree I got (spinach pie) was very filling, and the juice blend as served in a cool ceramic bowl. A bit pricy, but definitely high-quality. 4 stars 2004-09-01
MaggieMudd Absolutely delicious. Huge number of vegan options. My two-scoop vegan chocolate sundae was so rich I couldn't finish it. So worth the visit; I just wish they were in every neighborhood! 5 stars 2004-08-03
Mariachi's I very much enjoyed my burrito here, on a spinach tortilla stuffed with *freshly*-sauteed veggies. The price was right too. 5 stars 2004-07-08
Smart Alec's Intelligent Food I don't care for their burgers much, and I'm not pleased that they catered to the establishment by adding "healthy" chicken and fish to their menu. I do like one of their salads, and the fries are OK. 3 stars 2004-07-07
Parkway Speakeasy Theater This funky theater is a must-visit. The menu is great; they recently added vegan cheese for pizza and vegan oatmeal cookies. I had the yummy hummus sandwich myself. Beer and wine available too! 5 stars 2004-06-24
The Cannery Farmers Market I'm spoiled by the Berkeley farmer's market, as this one seems on the small side, and when I went earlier in the morning somewhat understaffed. But there's a music stage and good organic produce. 4 stars 2004-06-05
Juicey Lucy's The food is prepared with such loving care that I don't mind the extra wait or expense. Food is served in beautiful glazed earthenware bowls. And I can't recommend the vegan macaroons enough! 5 stars 2004-06-02
Herbivore My favorite restaurant in the Bay Area. I love the ravioli with pesto. The chocolate cake is so rich I have to limit myself to a 1/2 slice even when I'm not on a diet. Tempeh bacon for brunch - yum! 5 stars 2004-06-02
Herbivore My favorite restaurant in the Bay Area. Love the pesto ravioli and desserts. Occasional visiting musicians can be a bit noisy but they add to that Mission flavor. 5 stars 2004-06-02
Atlas Cafe Wonderful laid-back place to people-watch, surf the web, or chat with friends. Yam sandwich, cold noodle salad, no-cheese pizza all great. Dogs welcome on patio. 4 stars 2004-06-02
Cafe Gratitude Creative new-agey atmosphere, interesting menu names, very fresh living food. Definitely worth checking out even if you aren't normally into raw vegan cuisine. 4 stars 2004-06-02
Ananda Fuara Good tasty food, pleasant service, convenient location. Tammy is right, the veggie burger is great. :-) You may want to call first to make sure they're open; we have had bad luck in that regard. 4 stars 2004-06-02
Golden Era Very tasty, large menu. I love the chow fun, spring and summer rolls, and flan (mmm vegan caramel). Convenient location. 5 stars 2004-06-02
Long Life Noodle Co & Jook Joint I really enjoy the Zen Zen noodles ordered with tofu instead of chicken, and the ginseng gingerale. Not a whole lot of veggie items though. 3 stars 2004-06-02
Lucky Creation Food is good but not spectacular. I'd like the chow mein more if it weren't for all the mushrooms. If you are a fungus fan you may appreciate more than I do :-) 3 stars 2004-06-02
Millennium A must-visit restaurant (when I can afford it!), but I find the entrees to be a bit overly complex for my tastes. I prefer the simpler salads and appetizers. The desserts are amazing. 4 stars 2004-06-02
Rainbow Grocery Love love love this store. Amazing selection of everything. Great atmosphere. 5 stars 2004-06-02
Real Food Company Nice place to shop for organic produce and vegan items. Good neighborhood-store sized, not as huge as Rainbow or Whole Foods. 4 stars 2004-06-02
Zao Noodle Bar Very tasty noodles and appetizers, neat chopsticks and fortune-cookie-like sayings on the walls. Good service. I really appreciate that they mark vegan options clearly on the menu. 4 stars 2004-06-02
Long Life Vegi House I have been coming here for over 11 years. The food is good and inexpensive and service is pretty quick. You may have to share a table if you're alone though, and there aren't many vegan items. 4 stars 2004-06-02
New World Vegan Very good food here, extensive menu, nice decor. 4 stars 2004-06-02
Saturn Cafe I'd eat here every day if I lived in Santa Cruz! ;-) Great large menu, vegan items clearly marked, funky atmosphere. 5 stars 2004-06-02
Dharma's Natural Foods From the menu this place looked great, but I was disappointed. The food was bland and the atmosphere blander still. 2 stars 2004-06-02
Otsu I got a great non-leather belt, pair of shoes, and wallet here. They are a bit small and not always open so make sure to check the hours. Definitely check out the web site as well. 4 stars 2004-06-02
Trader Joe's We shop at TJ's for staples like soymilk and beans, organic and at great prices. Now I can get organic strawberries and kiwis there too! 5 stars 2004-06-02
Trader Joe's TJ's is a regular stop for our organic vegan needs including soymilk, beans, frozen foods, and non-animal tested personal care and cleaning products. Great prices. 5 stars 2004-06-02
Whole Foods Market This store has a huge selection but a somewhat corporate feel and somewhat high prices. Good for hard-to-find vegan and specialty items though. 3 stars 2004-06-02

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