Natural Home Goes to San Francisco

Eat, sleep and explore in the city by the bay.

| July/August 2005

  • Golden Gate Bridge shrouded in fog San Francisco Convention & Visitor’s Bureau
    Photo By Carl Wilmington
  • Golden Gate Park’s Conservatory of Flowers San Francisco Convention & Visitor’s Bureau
    photo by Mike Yuschenkoff
  • Café in Haight-Ashbury district San Francisco Convention & Visitor’s Bureau
    photo by Kerrick James
  • Japanese Tea Garden, Golden Gate Park San Francisco Convention & Visitor’s Bureau
    photo By Jack Hollingsworth

One look at your MUNI bus ticket, printed in soy ink, says something about San Francisco’s environmental awareness. With extensive public transportation, nearly eighty vegetarian and vegan restaurants, and a multitude of farmer’s markets, street fairs, and outdoor activities, Bay City truly shines.


Greens Restaurant
On the marina facing the Golden Gate Bridge, Greens is perfect for sunset dining on Chef Annie Somerville’s organic menus inspired by Mediterranean, Mexican, and Southwestern flavors.
Fort Mason Building A; (415) 771-6222 

This elegant eatery serves organic French-Californian cuisine from local farmers, fishers, and ranchers. Nearly 85 percent of the restaurant’s waste is recycled or composted.
300 Grove Street (at Franklin); (415) 861-5555 


Fairmont San Francisco
A forerunner in environmental measures, this premier hotel recycles, composts, and donates food and furniture to local nonprofits.
950 Mason Street; 415) 772-5000

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