Now that spinach has been deemed a performance-enhancing vegetable, Popeye's future shortstop career hinges on his transition to organic romaine lettuce. Get a sailor's worth of energizing fresh produce with today's deal: for $5, you get $10 worth of entree salads and gourmet soups at San Francisco Soup Company. Click here for valid locations.
San Francisco Soup Company’s menu floods appetite ravines with signature soups, sandwiches, and entree salads crafted with an eye toward sustainability and seasonality. Sharpen leaf-shredding teeth on the organic greens found amid the grilled-chicken chipotle salad’s heap of roasted corn, jicama, black beans, avocado, and blue-corn tortilla chips ($8.95) or the leprechaun-taunting rainbow salad’s layers of candied walnuts, roasted beets, and crumbled blue cheese ($6.99). Spoons willingly capsize into the noodle-strewn sea of Grandma Mary’s old-fashioned chicken soup or slip into the vegetarian depths of split pea soup ($4.84–$5.30). Straddle the great divide between handheld fare and flatware-assisted eats with a combo meal ($6.91) that pairs soups with sandwiches, such as the havarti-blanketed roast beef on a dutch crunch roll.
San Francisco Soup Company also gets the day started with morning tastes, from fresh-fruit yogurt parfaits to organic steel-cut oatmeal. The eco-friendly eatery prides itself on sustainability, filling its soup cauldrons with locally sourced ingredients and fresh, organic produce. The family-owned restaurant stays true to its values with practices such as food-scrap composting and using biodegradable takeout packaging (made from potatoes, corn, and sugar cane).
Ladle & Leaf: An Evolution of San Francisco Soup Company
Ladle & Leaf, an evolution of San Francisco Soup Company, boasts a new name, look, and menu items. They have a new committment to making flavorful salads, sandwiches, and soups using fresh, seasonal, local ingredients. Their dishes showcase ingredients such as Mary’s Chicken, Hobbs' Bacon, The Happy Egg Co., Wedemeyer Bakery, and Aidells Sausage. And while they love to keep it local, Ladle & Leaf also recognizes that sometimes the best ingredients are imported from their places of origin, like kalamata olives from Greece, lobster from New England, and coconut milk from Thailand. They take pride in accommodating most dietary restrictions, as well labeling many of their dishes with nutritional information so you can easily order what's right for you..