Please join Veggie Jews for dinner on Monday, October 10, 2005, at 7 p.m.
when we will meet at Café Gratitude vegetarian restaurant, 2400 Harrison
Street (at 20th) in San Francisco's Mission District.
According to SanFrancisco.CitySearch.com: Hidden on an out-of-the-way
Mission corner, the look is standard upscale coffee shop, with wood floors,
pillowed bench seating, and bare painted walls. The only eyebrow-raiser is
the café's own board game, Abundant River, colorfully splayed on every
table. Clientele proudly sport chin stubble and a clean, but rumpled vegan
Rising above the challenge of vegan cooking and blending an almost-all raw
menu, the food is a bargain, beautifully prepared, and satisfying enough to
turn any carnivore herbivore for an evening. Highlights include a garlicky
buckwheat-crusted nut cheese pizza, and flavor-packed pates like teriyaki
carrot-almond, walnut-sunflower seed, and the "mock tuna" almond, celery,
sea vegetable, and lemon. Chocolate pudding is robust and dense, and the
hand-cranked frozen nut creams were fun to churn . . . We will order from
If you will attend, please reply to < <mailto:veggiejews@...
> no later than Sunday, October 9, at 2 p.m.
Walk-ins without reservations will only be accommodated on a space-available
basis, so reservations are strongly recommended.
For information about Café Gratitude, go to
or call (415) 824-4652. For local
San Francisco public transportation information, go to <
> or call MUNI at (415)
673-6864. For Bay Area public transportation information, go to <
> or call BART at (510) 465-2278.
[Veggie Jews is an on-line and real world organization with events in local
communities dedicated to supporting Jewish vegans and vegetarians and
spreading vegan, vegetarian and animal rights values into the Jewish
community. All Veggie Jews' events are open to Jews of all ages and our
non-Jewish friends. We are not a singles or religious group, although single
and observant people are always welcome. For early notice of all events and
more group information, please go to <
>. And remember: It's only
kosher if it's cruelty free.]
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