What You'll Get
The first food carts were pulled by horses, which often ate all the ingredients and were forced to earn the money back by fixing races with their friends. Gallop toward grub with this Groupon.
$5 for $10 Worth of Soup, Salads, and Sandwiches
Soupmobile crewmembers craft entree salads with organic greens, such as the chicken caesar ($7.99) and the leprechaun-taunting rainbow, with layers of candied walnuts, roasted beets, and crumbled blue cheese ($7.99). They also assemble half sandwiches ($3.50) and pair slabs of sourdough bread with soups such as organic tomato bisque ($4.15–$5.99) and turkey chili ($4.61–$6.45). See the full menu here, and keep track of the Soupmobile's schedule of appearances here.
San Francisco Soup Company's Soupmobile
Every day, San Francisco Soup Company’s chefs craft organic-greens salads and eight soups from scratch, made with an eye toward sustainability and seasonality. Both salads and soups showcase organic and locally sourced ingredients such as cage-free eggs from Glaum Egg Ranch and organic milk from Clover Stornetta, and 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.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 16, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Not valid at San Francisco Soup Company's brick and mortar locations. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Ladle & Leaf
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..