This famous San Francisco transplant takes swanky and vegan to the nth degree. A skillet of fries—tender caramelized fingerling potatoes—was seasoned with sage salt and stone fruit ketchup on our visit. Flash-sautéed, Asian-spiced sugar snap peas arrived emerald green and salad crisp. And a tangle of fried trumpet mushrooms was a vegan’s comeback to tired calamari. Creature-less comfort foods were the basis to entrées packaged with style. We loved the seasonal earthy porcini mushrooms cozying up to a phyllo purse of heirloom grains, and the puffy chicken-fried cauliflower on a rich and flavorful stew of runner beans. The stylish dining room has a full bar, modern touches, and lots of repurposed wood. The back patio is gorgeous. Dinner daily.