Led by nationally acclaimed chef and author Annie Somerville, Greens Restaurant has become one of the most celebrated restaurants in the world. Extensively reviewed by food, wine, and design publications, Greens has been a perennial top 100 Bay Area restaurant according to the San Francisco Chronicle, recognized as one of America’s best restaurants by Zagat, and is a Michelin Guide recommendation. Annie is a pioneer in working directly with local, organic farmers (including our own Green Gulch Farm in Marin County), selecting the freshest and most delicious seasonal produce to bring to the table.
The spectacular panorama of the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands, and the Marina is very much a part of Greens, viewed through floor-to-ceiling windows, though the space has more than a view to offer. Constructed by master craftsman Paul Discoe of Joinery Structures and San Francisco Zen Center carpenters, Greens is a work of art. The restaurant incorporates twelve varieties of wood, from the massive black walnut entry doors, the hickory stairs, and the curved bar featuring Port-Orford cedar, to the dining tables of maple, walnut, and cherry wood. All construction was performed using Japanese joinery technique, without nails. More recently, sustainable dining room chairs were produced in Sonoma County by created by Scott Constable of Wowhaus. Many of the paintings lining the walls are b