Gallery: The Plant Cafe Organic: SF’s Ultra Green Restaurant

 
Considered one of the "greenest" restaurants in San Francisco, The Plant Cafe Organic puts its money where its mouth is and loudly professes its commitment to the green scene. This ultra hip restaurant on Pier 3 sidles up to the Bay offering great views, organic and local food, renewable energy, and environmentally friendly and healthy decor. San Francisco-based CCS Architecture designed both the original restaurant at the Marina as well as a new one located at Pier 3 that was renovated from 1900s historic warehouses. And to top it all off, they've got a solar system on the roof to power their kitchen!

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  1. fstirling December 16, 2010 at 12:12 pm

    This restaurant looks amazing. It’s so wonderful to see a restaurant going above and beyond to minimize their eco footprint, but also maximize awareness about the issue of sustainability. Reading this article reminded me of the Green Restaurant Association, a non profit that certifies restaurants as Green Restaurants and provides consumers with all the details of the restaurants environmental practices. Seeing as Plant is already as environmentally friendly as it is, it couldn’t hurt to look into becoming officially certified! Keep up the great work!

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