Taking time off to unwind is an important part of life, and what better way of doing so than to go on a trip? If you want to go somewhere new and exciting, San Francisco in California is a great place to check out. The city has interesting sites to see, exciting activities to do, and delicious restaurants to eat at, even if you’re living a vegetarian or health-conscious lifestyle. You won’t have to sacrifice your taste buds for dull, unappetizing dishes in San Francisco.
If your travel plans include exploring new restaurants around the Bay Area, try booking a room in one of these IHG hotels to make it easier to enjoy a meal close by. Here are three tasty restaurants with some of the best vegetarian dishes in the city.
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Neighborhood: On Mission Street between 18th and 19th.
Bus stop: Mission Street and 18th Street – 1-minute walk.
You won’t have to skip out on yummy Mexican food when you go to Gracias Madre, a restaurant serving organic and non-GMO dishes. Their menu includes popular Mexican cuisine like chimichangas, tacos, and enchiladas verdes, all of which use only plant-based and local ingredients. The restaurant has a casual atmosphere, so your street clothes and open-toed shoes are okay to wear. With food as beautiful as it is delicious, this restaurant offers a price range that varies from single to double digits.
Neighborhood: On 14th Street between Valencia and Stevenson.
Bus stop: Mission Street and 14th Street – 2-minute walk.
Shizen is a great sushi bar to try vegan versions of your favorite Japanese dishes. The bar’s trendy but casual atmosphere is perfect for selfies that your social media followers will envy. You’ll also get to experience popular food items like miso soup, ramen noodles in broth, and various sushi rolls. Prices won’t break the bank for you, either; a small plate or entree can go anywhere from single to double digits.
Neighborhood: On Valencia Street between 21st and 22nd.
Bus stop: Mission Street and 20th Street – 4-minute walk.
If your hunger is crying for classic Indian dishes, Udupi Palace will more than satisfy your craving. With its casual atmosphere and silver platters, you’ll be able to eat popular dishes from this South Asian country, like dosas, curries, and chutneys. Flavors may vary from mild to spicy, but prices don’t go any higher than $13. Leaving your hotel room for lunch or dinner won’t be necessary, as the restaurant offers a delivery option to get your food from their kitchen to your door.
Your food options don’t have to be limited to the rice, vegetables, and salads when you go on vacation. It’s possible to eat good vegetarian food that’s both tasty and fairly inexpensive. Whether you’re a resident of San Francisco and wish to find somewhere new to try, or an out-of-town visitor needing a bite to eat, these restaurants will be a great addition to your lunch or dinner plans.
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