New SF Eatieries

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Yummy new eating establishments are always popping up and we found a few we love.

New SF Eatieries

Vegan food that even carnivores will like can be ordered and devoured at new Union Street eatery – Wildseed. The restaurateurs encourage you to eat  in a way to help our planet – meaning eating plant based food that is incredibly delicious. Some favorites are the beet and orange pate with grilled sourdough, ceviche of king trumpet mushrooms, Mexican corn cakes, and warm chocolate cake Wildseed is filled with plants and some of the old 1980’s gold and brass (everything old is new again!) and the result is warmth and comfort., Superb cocktails abound so try the Holy Basil – you won’t be disappointed.

New SF Eatieries

And now for the carnivores – Verjus is a wine bar, bistro, and bottle shop from the restaurateur duo behind three-Michelin star Quince and the oh-so popular Cotogna . It is a Paris Bistro -meets-San Francisco-via-Downtown Manhattan wine bar that manages to represent the best aspects of both casual and fine dining. It’s a little tricky finding a seat but when you do you’ll be able to enjoy natural wines, an ever-changing menu of house-made charcuterie, cheese, as well as larger plates like a pithivier (a glazed puff pastry filled with varying types of shredded meat) and steak slathered in  butter before popping into the retail shop before you leave to grab a bottle or two to enjoy later. Vegans may want to skip the eats and drink the wine!


  • Kim Selby

    Kim Selby, the SF life editor of The Three Tomatoes, is your gal for info on what’s hot and happening in the beautiful bay area. Having lived on the Left Coast for 27 years, after almost a decade in NYC, she has explored and continues to have adventures all over the San Francisco area. Passionate about fashion, formerly with GLAMOUR magazine and Fashion Director at Saks Fifth Avenue , Palo Alto, Kim produced fashion shows in the bay area for over 20 years. She now creates events to empower, delight and inspire women, aka “Tomatoes”. Learn more about Kim at

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