Whole 30 restaurants in San Francisco?


jwahl09

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I'm going to a 4 day conference in SF. Packing and meal prepping like crazy but the hotel only has a fridge! (no microwave).   I'm afraid I'm going to need a hot meal here and there to keep me on track.  

Anyone have a spot in SF they like for whole-30 compliant foods?  A place where I don't have to modify too much or ask too many annoying questions?  

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I'm not from there, so no restaurant suggestions, but about the hotel -- have you asked if there's a microwave that you can use, like down in the lobby area? Even if there's not one in your room, they might have one, especially if they do a breakfast thing.  Couldn't hurt to ask, anyway.

I also know we've had someone on the forum who traveled with, I think it was a Foreman grill, or maybe some other type of electric cooking thing, like an electric griddle or electric skillet. That's possibly a little more hardcore Whole30 than most people are able/willing to do, but just a thought.

And in case you haven't seen them, here's a couple of downloads that may have good tips for you: a dining guide, and a travel guide.

 

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I'm not from San Francisco, but it looks like they have a Sweet Green which is my favorite restaurant when I'm doing a Whole 30 because they list all of their ingredients on their website, not just allergen or nutrition information, and they have a lot of compliant options so you don't have to ask a ton of questions. It is salads though, so won't necessarily be a hot meal, but when I traveled to Philadelphia for work, I would have different combinations of Sweet Green salads for lunch and dinner every day and by swapping up the toppings it didn't get old. 

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Shannon, thanks for the advice! The hotel is trying to find a microwave and I will have my fingers crossed :)  I packed so many salads and coconut milk yogurts I ran out of room in the minibar fridge,lol!.  The tip sheets you posted were super helpful.  I am heading out to dinner with friends tonight and will try to find a Sweet Green - thanks for the tip TryingOver :)

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