Sellers Markets Opens Third San Francisco Location

Fast casual restaurant features green design, locally-sourced foods
Posted March 10, 2009

Sellers Markets, San Francisco's popular casual dining concept, has opened its third location, at 721 Market Street, just steps from Union Square.

The fast-casual restaurant features locally sourced ingredients from California artisanal partners including Niman Ranch Meats, Earthbound Farms Organic Produce, Petaluma Poultry and Equator Estate Coffees & Teas. The menu features fresh, high-quality ingredients, made-to-order items, house-made soups, breads, pastries and dressings.

The first Sellers Markets opened in April 2005 at Pine and Front streets in the heart of San Francisco's Financial District. A second location at 595 Market Street, featuring a large outdoor patio unique for downtowners, opened in November 2006.

"We purchase from local sustainable purveyors, and our commitment to sustainability carries through everything we do,” says co-founder Deb Sellers. “We compost over 125,000 pounds per year, and much of our design is made from reclaimed materials."