On day two, we woke up and headed out into the sunshine. We decided to wander the Embarcadero and the Ferry Building before having some brunch at the Plant Cafe's new location in Pier 3. Not a bad way to spend a beautiful Sunday morning. I highly recommend it.
The Plant Cafe's new location on the waterfront is just gorgeous, and having deck where you can nosh in the sun makes it perfection. I could think of no better place to enjoy my "Spicy Red with Green" juice. Bright red beets pair with kale, apple, celery, and ginger to make in invigorating and nourishing beverage. It was just the light start to the day I needed.
My parents, on the other hand, were in need of something more substantial. Pops ordered something I've had before and loved - the Tofu Scramble with a side of Vegan Sausage. The scramble has fresh peppers and spinach, making it savory but light, and comes with toast and home fried potatoes. What more could you ask for in a breakfast?
Meanwhile, Mom was feelin' lunch and opted for the vegan pizza. Roasted garlic cloves adorn this marinara-covered disc and though I didn't taste it, the smell, and her praise, have me pretty convinced it's a winner. Seriously, get thee to the new Plant location. You won't regret it.
In the evening, we attended an amazing culinary and musical experience... but I'll have to write about that later. For now, I've been wrangled into take a duckboat tour of SF. Part of me is saying "Shoot Me Now", but it'll probably be fun, so off we go. More good eats to follow of course!