The Plant Cafe Organic

Cass Calder Smith left teh warehouse space's original wood timbers and steel girders untouched for their vintage character. The long bar features a tile backsplash, zinc countertop, and concrete tile toe-kick.

In the main dining room, the palette focuses on reused materials. The restaurant tables are made out of reclaimed hickory, and are accompanied by rustic schoolhouse chairs painted gray. A wall of air plants and recycled-content concrete tiles act as art while hinting at the restaurant's commitment to going green.

A wood-fired oven helps serve up organic, locally sourced food at The Plant Cafe Organic.

The 1,400-square-foot dining area is separated from a bustling kitchen and casual counter-service cafe with mezzanine seating. The long bar (seen on the right) is designed for durability.

Like many other establishments along San Francisco's Embarcadero, The Plant Cafe Organic offers indoor and outdoor dining options to connect to the Bay.

At The Plant Cafe Organic, local materials include wood used i the slat ceiling that enhances the dining room's acoustics. The pattern of the ceiling also references the design of The Plant's first location, also designed by CCS Architecture.

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