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Loving Hut Vegan Restaurant in SF
This past weekend, my bf and I were in SF visiting family and friends...One of the fun things we got to experience was Bay to Breakers, which is a gathering/walk that takes place one a year around the month of May...not sure what it celebrates, but it's a huge carnival type event. Anything from Mario Brothers to naked folk to dance parties on the street, craziness!!
We also got to experience a new vegan restaurant which we ran into by mistake while driving down the street starving! The Loving Hut is located right by China Town...their moto is go veg, go green, save the planet. A moto that has been in line with my feelings for a little over a year now....Their lunch buffet is only $5.99, includes soup and 2 entrees!! Delicious food, nice atmosphere, great service.........below is their address, website and a little "About us" taken from their website:
"Loving Hut is created with a vision that all beings could live in peace, love and harmony with each other and the planet. Loving Hut chain restaurants are newly opening around the world. It is an invitation to gourmet cuisine made with wholesome vegan ingredients, offering an accessible starting point for those making the noble transition to a plant-based diet.
Your local Loving Hut is one of the many individually family owned restaurants.Loving Hut Restaurants are the fastest growing International vegan fast food chain in the world with branches from the West Coast in California to the East Coast of New York City. Internationally, branches are currently open in Formosa (Taiwan), Au Lac (Vietnam), Singapore, Indonesia, Tokyo and Hong Kong. More branches will be opening in various locations all around the world in the coming months.
As more and more people around the world adopt a plant based diet, Loving Hut is a beacon of light for an alternative way of living. It’s healthier, it’s compassionate, it’s peaceful and it’s the only way to a sustainable planet.