Upscale, two-story vegan Italian restaurant to open in San Francisco
On August 1st new vegan Italian restaurant BAIA opens within the two-story room of the closed Jardinière restaurant in San Francisco, CA. BAIA is a collaboration between vegan superstar chef Matthew Kenney and Kyle and Tracy Vogt, who personal and function an animal shelter Charlie’s Acres in Sonoma, CA. The idea is launched with “A Style of BAIA” and gives a alternative of take-away and ship dishes that may finally be included within the last BAIA restaurant menu when the eating service doorways are totally open for the following couple of months. Diners can anticipate vegan variations of Italian classics reminiscent of:
- Caprese: A salad with cultivated cashew mozzarella, heirloom tomatoes, recent basil, olive oil and ripened balsamic vinegar
- Cavatelli: A pasta dish comprised of recent, creamy pesto and parmesan with roasted pine nuts
- Cacio e Pepe Pizza: a white pizza with garlic cream comprised of black pepper, mozzarella, parmesan and ricotta
- Aubergine parmesan: A baked dish comprised of layers of eggplant, mozzarella and marinara with basil
The take-away menu additionally features a sustainable Italian wine and beer program in addition to craft cocktails to remove.
Kyle Vogt and Kenney met on the chef’s vegan Plant Meals + Wine restaurant in Los Angeles, the place their shared imaginative and prescient for a restaurant turned a partnership. As a plant-based athlete and animal welfare lawyer, Vogt noticed the chance to develop an idea that provides upscale vegan delicacies within the Bay Space.