Subject: 'The Sierra Club is offering a Yosemite vegan trip'
Posted by KCVegan on: Sunday, January 20, 2013 at 04:48 PM PST
The Sierra Club is offering a week long vegan service trip to Yosemite this July. It should be an amazing week full of sunshine, fresh air, great food, intelligent conversations and memories to last a lifetime. Anyone willing to spend a little ( $500 for the week ) to help make Yosemite a better place is welcome to sign up. Click the link below to learn more:
Subject: 'Bring Cash or Your ATM Card'
Posted by Chia on: Thursday, December 22, 2011 at 11:43 PM PST
Was just in San Francisco for a few days, eating at many vegan and vegetarian restaurants listed on HappyCow... found out that some of the places enforces a "Cash only" policy! So bring cash, or your atm card just to be sure. Now you know.
Subject: 'Vegan Baked Goods at all SF Whole Foods Markets'
Posted by Chia on: Thursday, December 22, 2011 at 11:41 PM PST
I was so impressed and delighted to find vegan donuts, vegan muffins, and vegan scones in the fresh bakery section of Whole Foods (Franklin). Then I was told that ALL the Whole Foods in San Francisco offer fresh vegan donuts! Seems like a local supplier is making them for Whole Foods daily (maybe Pepples Donuts). Awesome.
Subject: 'Another great vegan options cafe.'
Posted by StephenS on: Wednesday, December 29, 2010 at 06:04 PM PST
If you find yourself in the Mission district and feeling hungry, find your way down to 20th and Alabama for some hipster scene, great coffee, and some yummy vegan option fare at the Atlas Cafe. On a recent trip I had a bagel with baked tofu and a sundried tomato paste, while my friend had the baked eggplant and tofu on baguette. Great selection of maga/zines to browse also, and a nice back patio that's dog friendly.
Subject: 'Vegan Ice Cream in San Francisco'
Posted by The Veggie Cook on: Sunday, August 17, 2008 at 07:28 PM PST
Maggie Mudd Mudslinger's Freestyle ice cream shop features many flavors of non-dairy vegan ice cream.
903 Cortland Ave (between Folsom and Gates)
San Francisco CA 94110
Subject: 'Vegetarian World Day San Francisco'
Posted by The Veggie Cook on: Friday, November 16, 2007 at 07:30 PM PST
For your information, the San Francisco Vegetarian Society hosts an annual Vegetarian World Day during the last weekend of September each year. Featuring veggie food, vendors, speakers, and education.
More info about the San Francisco Vegetarian Society at: www.sfvs.org
Subject: 'I Heart San Francisco'
Posted by Guest on: Friday, November 16, 2007 at 07:29 PM PST
Hey, come to San Francisco if you like cool sea breeze, great public transportation, nice parks, easy access to everything, and relaxed progressive-minded people! Lots of veggie eats, health food stores, and cute cafes. You don't need a car to get around! You can also hop on over to Oakland & Berkeley and check out the scenes there.
Subject: 'I love San Francisco'
Posted by Chia on: Tuesday, October 03, 2006 at 05:10 AM PST
I love the feeling of San Francisco. It's so hip, diverse, interesting, and one can get anywhere by bus-subway and walking. There are so many great vegetarian restaurants (also vegan, raw, and veg-friendly) and bohemian coffee shops. Definitely read the reviews for the restaurants listed on HappyCow, then go check them out for yourself! San Francisco is a real treat for the city lover -- not too big but diverse enough to dazzle the senses. The Union Square area has lots of hotels and is convenient for shopping, dining, theatre, and taking the subway to explore parts of the city. While walking in the Mission-Castro neighborhood, I stumbled upon a unique tea shop called "Samovar" located a 498 Sanchez Street that I would recommend. You can order from a long list of loose leaf teas including Chinese oolong green teas as well as herbal teas. The tea is served in a pot for sharing with friends. This tea lounge also serves light meals including a few vegan-friendly items that feature tofu.