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Veg Restaurant Opens

Source, a vegetarian and vegan-friendly restaurant in San Francisco, opened its doors yesterday.

Veg diners looking to feed all of their senses at mealtime need look no further than Source, a vegetarian restaurant that opened yesterday in San Francisco’s design district. The restaurant was designed using the art of feng shui, and boasts a waterfall, a purified air system, and custom music to create a “multidimensional eating experience.” The restaurant includes an “elixir bar” offering fresh-pressed juices, and the menu boasts organic and seasonal dishes, including faux sloppy joes and Peking duck. The 100-percent vegan desserts, ranging from Twinkies to Pecan Date Cream Rolls, are provided by San Francisco’s Wholesome Bakery.

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