100% organic, plant-based (vegetarian and vegan), healthy, seasonal restaurant. It’s landing in Little Italy’s new Broadstone building (1980 Kettner Blvd.). The concept started in the Bay Area in 2004, but really took off in L.A. Many famous people eat at their two L.A. locations (Venice, Arts District) to maintain their famous minds, bodies and spirits. San Diego-based singer-songwriter—and organic farmer and health food junkie—Jason Mraz is one of the main investors, and a reason Gratitude chose San Diego for expansion.
The dishes are all named after life affirmations: "Open-Hearted" buckwheat-flax pancakes, the “Fortified” veggie bowl, the “Humble” curry bowl. It’s yoga for your mouth, basically.