Every day, San Francisco Soup Company’s chefs craft crunchy salads and approximately 12 soups from scratch, keeping an eye on sustainability and seasonality. Both salads and soups showcase organic and locally sourced ingredients such as produce from Durst Organic Farms and organic lettuce from Earthbound Farm, and soups cast tendrils of steam from biodegradable containers. San Francisco Soup Company’s commitment to conscious dining extends to the nutritional realms: each recipe comes with nutrition stats, and the menu even designates which soups are gluten-, meat- and dairy-free, and which soup spoons best shield noses from affectionate pinches.
Full service retail flower shop,delivery service between Woodside road, Redwood City and Hwy 85, master floral designer, great selection of cutflowers, orchids and plants, all style arrangements, flowers for wedding, events and corporate accounts.
In Istanbul’s Taxim Square, the aroma of roasting lamb and beef wafts from street vendors’ stalls. Café Taxim’s menu of gyros and kebabs pays homage to the metropolis’ bustling street cuisine scene, though from within more serene environs: geometric light fixtures illuminate the casual eatery’s sleek hardwood floors, and vibrant orange walls rescue eyes from the strain of tracking doner kebabs’ RPM.
A family business since 1873, Patrick & Co. matches mindful office workers with hard-to-find and eco-friendly items. Tree coddlers can choose a Kraft 1-inch binder, with covers fashioned from dye-free recycled material ($3.83), and cubicle conquerors can cocoon their phones in invisible tape to muffle any obnoxious Citizen Kane–inspired ring tones ($13.95/dozen). Fashion ink-penetrable armor for brave accountants from yellow Post-It notes before sending them out to take on the dreaded office copier ($14.35/12 pads). To support typing-taxed joints, an Innovera mouse pad's gel cushion conforms to the shape of any wrist ($17.13).