21 "Vegans" restaurants in San Francisco.
Mau is a casual Vietnamese spot in the Mission that works great for a weeknight dinner.
Stop by Holy Gelato in the Sunset after dinner or on a hot day for a few scoops of ice cream, including some vegan flavors.
The Mill in Nopa is the place you keep hearing about with the fancy toast, and it’s worth paying for, especially to hang out here a little longer.
Oren’s Hummus in SoMa serves Israeli food and is perfect for a casual business lunch with coworkers and clients.
Saru Sushi Bar in Noe Valley is tiny and one of our favorite neighborhood sushi spots in town.
Nyum Bai in Oakland serves Cambodian food that you’re either lucky enough to live by or should be crossing the bay to go get.
Lers Ros Thai in Hayes Valley makes a huge menu of dishes best shared with groups of people.
Roam Artisan Burgers is where you should go in Cow Hollow when “I’m not really hungry” turns to “I could really use a burger.”
The Plant Cafe Organic is a healthy spot serving tempeh, tofu, and mountains of kale.
Eatsa does very fast, very cheap, and very good quinoa bowls perfect for a quick lunch.
While this isn’t the closest Thai food to Union Square, it’s walkable, and it’s by far the best option.
Judahlicious is a raw vegan spot in the Outer Sunset. Surprisingly, it’s also pretty great.
The bowls and salads at Glaze Teriyaki Gill in the Fillmore won’t let you down.
Monk’s Kettle in the Mission is one of the better beer bars in San Francisco.