Fort Mason Bldg A, San Francisco, CA 94123
Ive been to Greens restaurant a few times once for dinner years ago and twice for lunch over the last 3 years and have always had a good vegetarian meal. Its not wow this is fantastic but its good and fresh- no grease here. It seems as though the atmosphere has become much more casual than it was years ago. The best thing about Greens is the view and on Mondays the main restaurant does not serve but patrons can buy food at the to go counter and sit at the tables in the restaurant and take advantage of this great view. There is no place that offers so much on a Monday afternoon. You can sit inside, have a great view, eat healthful food, and it is not expensive.
Dry Creek Kitchen
317 Healdsburg Ave, Healdsburg, CA 95448
We went for lunch and what a disappointment. I had the Vegetable Market Composition. It appeared in a trio which I suppose makes it a composition. Perhaps trio has been claimed by other chefs and Charlie Palmer prefers composition as a description of three bad servings of food all of which have no relationship to one another. Well part of it was fair, but the really bad part was the porcini risotto. It looked bad and tasted worse. Skip this restaurant and head elsewhere on the square in Healdsburg. Overpriced to the max and I think the restaurant may have spent their money on big plates and didnt put enough aside for food. Thank goodness for this poor budgeting and tiny portions because I would not want food prepared so poorly and then wasted.