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Eat Out, Feel Good: 5 San Francisco Restaurants That Give Back

    First Posted: 07/18/11 04:23 PM ET   Updated: 09/17/11 06:12 AM ET

Nothing’s better than doing something you love--like eating out--and feeling good about it. In the community-focused city of San Francisco, it’s no surprise that even the culinary world is conscious of lending a helping hand—or plate. Whether you’re a do-gooder or not, these five eateries are undeniably delicious and worth the visit; each donates proceeds to charity.

Commonwealth
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James Beard-nominated restaurant, Commonwealth, is a progressive (and utterly delicious) must-try spot in the Mission. When you order off Chef Fox's imaginative, evolving tasting menu, $10 ahead is donated to a local non-profit organization. Benefiting organizations include the San Francisco Food Bank, Kiva and Project Open Hand among others. Celebrated current menu items include veal cheeks with artichokes, crispy ham, smoked marrow and burnt orange and the peanut butter semifreddo with chocolate ganache, frozen popcorn and caramel.
Commonwealth, 2224 Mission Street at 18th (415-355-1500 or commonwealthsf.com)
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