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The new San Diego Tender Greens took the simple combo concept of a soup, salad, and sandwich café and created an amazing eco-friendly restaurant that uses locally grown produce, humanely raised meats, and non-toxic cleaners. Farm-to-plate food means that your meal will be coming from a local, sustainable food source. Not only does this mean your food will be at the pinnacle of freshness, local and sustainable foods will take it easy on your waistline and these gourmet entrees will also be a bit easier on your wallet. For example, most of the produce served at Tender Geens is provided by a family farm in Oxnard, California. In short, Tender Greens is a place where great food and “green living” mesh beautifully. Their Chinese Chicken Salad is the perfect combination of colorful greens from Oxnard's Scarborough Farms and flavorful chicken breast while their Roasted Roma Tomato Bread “comfort soup,” is a tantalizing treat, complete with fresh Roma tomatoes and basil. The interior of this restaurant is rich and organic, bringing in several earthy elements and a wealth of natural light, for a style they have coined as “comfortably urban”. Tender Greens has a cult following in Los Angeles and health-conscious San Diego has quickly embraced their commitment to sustainability (even the shirts are made of organic cotton) and fresh products (fish from the neighboring Pacific Beach). Tender Greens is also committed to giving back to their local communities, supporting charity events and civic programs.Check out Tender Greens because this LA fad now thriving in our own Point Loma.