Wednesday, November 30, 2011
So it’s a Tuesday night and you get a hankering for a burger. Well if you live in San Francisco you’re in luck. Mosey on down to Roam for one of the tastiest veggie burgers around. And it’s not a Garden or Boca burger, not that those are bad I just don’t want to eat them at a restaurant. Roam’s veggie burger patties are house made, organic, vegan and gluten free. And if that is not enough of a reason to eat a Roam veggie burger, their artisan buns are custom made at a local bakery, the pickles are made in-house and they source their produce from local farms.
And there is no shortage of great beverages. The shakes are made with organic ice cream or organic frozen yogurt and the sodas are house-made and sweetened with agave. For the grown ups there is a nice selection of micro brews and sustainably produced wines on tap.
Oh, and as a side note, for the other two days of the week when you might indulge in a beef, bison or turkey burger, all their meat is 100% grass feed and humanely raised on open pastures.
Roam Artisan Burgers
1785 Union Street (between Octavia and Gough) San Francisco, CA 94123