I Am Bummed. (Right?)
Update: And, it’s gonna be a fancy grilled cheese place.
Close on my ding-a-ling
I am ambivalent. I will miss the sweet painting of the amputee on a rope swing most of all, though.
u guys should be friends http://uptownalmanac.com/2012/05/notoriously-strange-vegan-raw-joint-cafe-gratitude-become-horrifyingly-delicious-grilled-che
And I’m grateful for this.
what i’ve heard is that the owners were not so ‘grateful’ to the employees, getting caught skimming wages and tips didn’t work out for them . . .
Cheese > raw vegan bullshit
I saw a tourist bus let off folks to pile into Flour and Water …..enough SF unique places we need suburban blandness …..Toasted Cheese should fit the bill
Buh-bye cult weirdos.
Good riddance…take all the burner looneys with ya too.
Yes all those hippy dippy types. I was shocked to find them here when I moved here for my tech job. What are they doing here. The more bland , conservative and Ohio like the better!! We need more bitter white conservative types in the Mission. In SUVs please.
fool, no. just stop.
If the grilled cheese place has a vegan version (like the vegan mac+cheese at that mac+cheese place in Oakland), it will already be waaaaay better than Cafe Gratitude. If they have a vegan grilled cheese with tempeh bacon in it, i may just die. (of morbid obesity and sheer joy.)
Is Gracias Madre closing?
Too bad — that location would make a great hot dog joint.
I am going to miss the Cult Sandwich I mean Club
I’ll miss them! I feel like we already have plenty of gourmet grilled cheese options around town, but Gratitude was a very unique place with surprisingly decent food… and surprisingly rude staff (sometimes), but whatever, I’ll still miss it.
Cults are for suckers. Good riddance.
Thank god. What a crap place with crap food. It’s weird that Gracias Madre is so good and CG is so terrible.
Now we can all concentrate on going to San Francisco’s GOOD cult-run Vegetarian restaurant: Ananda Fuara. That place fucking rules.
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