O'Brothers


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Redefining the burger’s junk-food rap, this newfangled eatery is the only fully certified organic kitchen in California. That means everything in the restaurant—from the staff’s T-shirts to the biodegradable straw in your drink—is made from natural materials. And the ingredients that make up the small but tasty menu are all pesticide-, antibiotic- and hormone-free. So you can sink your teeth into an O’Brothers chicken or beef burger—topped with fresh tomatoes, onions and avocados—without any worry about where your food originated. Every meal comes with a green salad sprinkled with goat cheese, cherry tomatoes and homemade dressing; add a side of onion rings and a tangerine soda for good measure. Lunch & dinner daily. 188 Horton Plaza, downtown, 619-615-0909, ­obrothersburgers.com. B&W, CR except DS/CB, $$.

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