Greens Restaurant

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View out the window of Greens Restaurant

Greens Restaurant is a landmark vegetarian restaurant [1][2] in the Fort Mason Center in the Marina District, San Francisco, California, overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge.

Founded by the San Francisco Zen Center in 1979,[3][4] Greens has been credited in The New York Times as “the restaurant that brought vegetarian food out from sprout-infested health food stores and established it as a cuisine in America.”[5]

The chef is Annie Somerville. The restaurant utilizes fresh produce from the organic Green Gulch Farm Zen Center.

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  1. ^ Maggie Crum (April 26, 1997). "Veggie gold is still at Greens". Contra Costa Times. 
  2. ^ Alan Liddle (September 29, 1986). "Fresh seafood, produce mold 565 Clay's success - San Francisco restaurant". Nation's Restaurant News. 
  3. ^ Peter Sinton (April 10, 1999). "Staff of Life Not Enough For Tassajara". San Francisco Chronicle (photo). 
  4. ^ Eileen Hansen (August 29, 2004). "It's good to be greens". San Francisco Chronicle. 
  5. ^ Gregory Dicum (November 18, 2007). "Expanding the Frontiers of the Vegetarian Plate". The New York Times. 

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Coordinates: 37°48′23″N 122°25′56″W / 37.80645°N 122.43212°W / 37.80645; -122.43212