Where to Find The Best  Salads in San Francisco

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Given that I’ve lived in San Francisco for over 3 years, its a bit of a surprise that I haven’t talked about San Francisco food yet. I mean, I even have a healthy food guide to NYC.

I want to talk about salads. Why in the world is it SO hard to find good salads when eating out? I don’t want your bowl full of lettuce with one tomato and ranch. And please don’t hand me a side of mixed green with a little balsamic.

Luckily we have it pretty good in San Francisco does take some searching to find salads worth the money. I’ve compiled a list of my favorite salads in San Francisco so you don’t have to search any further!


Where to Find the Best Damn Salads in San Francisco


+Blue Barn : Blue Barn offers so many beautiful salad choices and also gives you the option to create your own at Blue Barn. This is my go-to places at least once a week! I like to create my own (2x the roasted mushrooms please!) but this is another place where you can’t go wrong with the options.

+ The Plant CafeThe Plant has locations all over the city making it a convenient, healthy, choice. Try the Dino Kale Salad; the kale is massaged in lemon juice giving it a nice citrus kick. Oh and add salmon!

+ Roam Artisan Burgers: Believe it or not, this burger joint serves a damn good salad. Order the Farmer’s Market Salad and add a burger trio – you get three mini patties of the meat of your choice (I usually get turkey). The salad also has a generous serving of avocado. Yum.

+ Nourish Cafe: OK this have become my FAVORITE cafe since they opened their location in Nob Hill. From smoothies, salads, baked goods, and bowls — they have it all! The falafel salad is especially divine.

+ sweetgreen: Sweetgreen is basically the Chipotle of salads, but better. I usually make my own here too but I’ve tried the Spicy Sabzi and a couple of others and each did not disappoint.

I know there is so much more to be discovered but I’m someone who kinda sticks to my favorites. SF peeps – what salads in San Francisco would you recommend?

Author: Akansha