Trouble Coffee in the Outer Sunset has closed after 15 years

Trouble Coffee, at 4033 Judah St., has permanently closed after 15 years, according to the San Francisco Chronicle (SFGATE and the San Francisco Chronicle are both owned by Hearst but operate independently of one another).

The anti-establishment coffee house was a mainstay in the Outer Sunset community for more than a decade and helped start the influx of new restaurants and bars that turned the beachside neighborhood into a food-centric destination. 

Trouble Coffee was even credited as being the first to make artisanal toast popular, like Texas toast-sized slices with melted butter and cinnamon-sugar or avocado toast, which is now

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Shraddha Kapoor completes two years of being vegetarian; know benefits of the diet

Shraddha Kapoor recently completed two years of being a vegetarian. The Stree actor took to Instagram to share why she decided to become one, highlighting her compassion for animals and the planet as the driving factor.

“As we all celebrate World Nature Conservation Day, I wanted to share that I completed 2 years of being vegetarian on 21/7/21. I decided to turn vegetarian for my love for animals and our planet. It’s made me happier and healthier. 🙃 Here’s celebrating 2 years of making a personal choice to #ChooseCompassion. Compassion towards animals, the environment, and myself,” she wrote.

While a

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Soul Vegetarian Restaurant Reopens as Soul Veg City After 40 Years in Chatham

Over the weekend as Chicagoans dined at Black-owned restaurants to celebrate Juneteenth, one of its most iconic vegan restaurants celebrated a renaissance. Since 1981, Soul Vegetarian, the 75th Street restaurant that has been ahead of the curve, offering meat- and dairy-free items like protein tidbits, the barbecue twist, and veggie gyros, reopened on Saturday, June 19 with Mayor Lori Lightfoot presiding over a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Chatham.

For years the restaurant displayed a sign in the window reading “proudly Black owned.” It was closed since the pandemic and is now known as Soul Veg City. Co-owners and siblings Arel Brown

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