Vegan Picnic
Chic vegan cafe with gourmet to-go items
Vegan · Cow Hollow · $
Traditional American dishes and deli fare get the vegan treatment at this Cow Hollow cafe that serves plant-based versions of fried chicken, egg salad, meatballs and other classics (including several gluten-free options), along with vegan pastries and gourmet grab-and-go grocery items. Outfitted in white, slate and blond wood, with counter seating along the front window, the compact space feels clean and modern.
hours Open Today · 11:30 AM - 6:30 PM
11:30 AM - 6:30 PM
11:30 AM - 6:30 PM
11:30 AM - 6:30 PM
11:30 AM - 6:30 PM
11:30 AM - 6:30 PM
11:30 AM - 6:30 PM
11:30 AM - 6:30 PM
location 1977 Union Street, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA phone +1 415-323-3043 website directions Get Directions
Google Reviews
My wife and I got the new burger and it was so delicious, we loved the sauce on it. The food came out really quickly, we also ate the macoroni salad which was the best I've had since becoming vegan. We took a donut away to eat later as a snack. It was so good, we wished we bought two!! It was the best place we ate in San Francisco.
Briana McZant · December 16, 2017
I had the VP Burger and it was very tasty. The owner was very pleasant and the service was top notch. I would recommend it and I will certainly visit again.
Chill E.B. · January 16, 2018
Delicious food! Crispy chicken sandwich is amazing, non-vegans enjoy it as well! Definitely will frequently visit to try the rest of the menu! I must respond to those with any negative experience of Vegan Picnic. The food is served VERY fast, yet this is not a fast food chain and to add to that there is just ONE person working the kitchen area typically. The food is SO refreshing because it's NOT typical veggie sandwiches and uncreative salads. If you want those things, 99% of non-vegan restaurants serve exactly that. What I find so refreshing about Vegan Picnic is that not only do they attempt to recreate non-vegan cuisine dishes but also totally NAIL them with delicious creations! It's a treat for those transitioning to vegan lifestyle, those who miss certain types of food, and those who have a significant other who has a meat based diet. Keep it up Vegan Picnic! Would love to see you guys try making a vegan tuna melt! :)
Eric Miller · September 6, 2017