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What's a great "date restaurant" in San Francisco (with good veggie options)?

Asked by occ (4080points) November 9th, 2006
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andrew's avatar
Millenium. 'Nuff said.
gse's avatar
boo milennium. yay greens.
occ's avatar
what about something less expensive?
gse's avatar
or rock it lowbrow and go to golden era in the tenderloin. awesome veggie chinese, hole in the wall location.
gse's avatar
there's a new veggie japanese place in the outer mission that's supposed to be good.
gse's avatar
zante's: indian pizza
gse's avatar
moki's: great sushi in bernal
occ's avatar
oooh--good suggestions! I've only had zante's take out. Is it nice for a date?
gse's avatar
i mean, it's not "nice". it's just a place. but it's novel.
occ's avatar
gotcha
gse's avatar
you could do cafe gratitude: http://www.withthecurrent.com/cafe.html
andrew's avatar
Ooo golden era is great
andrew's avatar
Gratitude would be a good place for a group date
andrew's avatar
And I second zante's
occ's avatar
cafe gratitude is a bit too crunchy for me...and it's not really a date place...I'm looking for somewhere new that has ambiance and yummy food--it doesn't have to be a vegetarian restaurant as long as there are veggie options
tejassyd's avatar
The new mission place is called Cha Ya. And the original is in Berkeley. Amazing veggie sushi. Go to the one in Berkeley. It's rad. And you can canoodle on the BART. I second Greens (but only because I worked there for three years...). If you go to Greens, I recommend anything with beets in it. :)
GD_Kimble's avatar
Golden Era IS pretty great.
emilyrose's avatar
theres a funky sushi place on mission st and they have good veggie options... i suck cuz i dont know the cross st...maybe near 20th? its on a corner and someone on here will know it... i think good date place also depends on which date it is.... for me, a first or close to first date place has to be very comfortable..... after that its easier to enjoy a more hole in the wall quirky place
lily's avatar
ack - you probably mean country station sushi? they are ridiculous! the service would be laughable except that there's nothing funny about waiting an hour and a half for miso soup.
lily's avatar
check out sfsurvey.com - they're a really great resource!

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