Millennium Restaurant (San Francisco, CA)

This San Francisco restaurant composes a globally inspired menu without using animal products.


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Chef Eric Tucker uses local, seasonal and organic ingredients to create a globally inspired menu without animal products.

Destination Bottles:

Zocker 2009 Grüner Veltliner (Edna Valley)
Horse & Plow 2010 Rosé (Mendocino)
Urban Legend 2009 Petit Verdot (Mendocino)

The locally focused wine list is designed for a globally inspired food menu—unique, foodfriendly wines from small producers that focus on sustainable farming. Half of the list comes from California.

For more information about this San Francisco, CA, restaurant, click here.

For more San Francisco restaurants, visit Gary Danko, Quince, RN74, The Slanted Door and Wayfare Tavern.

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