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Millennium Restaurant is now in Rockridge!

 
 

Award-Winning Vegan Cuisine

 

Since 1994 Millennium Restaurant has been committed to providing fresh, innovative vegan cuisine. 

Millennium Restaurant offers globally inspired plant-based fare in an inviting fine dining setting. Working with small farms, our menu changes constantly to showcase the finest local, sustainable, and organic produce at its peak. Thoughtfully blending flavors from around the world with classic techniques, we create vibrant dishes that are exciting to diners of all kinds. Our bar features inventive cocktails highlighting our house-made infusions and fresh juices, as well as craft beers and an internationally recognized wine list.

The restaurant recently moved from San Francisco to Rockridge with a refreshed menu of our locally sourced, elegantly plated concoctions, which might include purple cauliflower fritto or polenta croutons on pickled carrot salad. The interior is upscale but not fussy, with rustic woods, metal floor tiles, exposed ductwork and plenty of bar and table seating – plus a spacious, modern outdoor patio.

Millennium Restaurant has been featured as one of "The Top 25 Vegetarian/Vegan Restaurants in the World" by the Huffington Post and Food & Wine Magazine and has been named "#1 Vegetarian Restaurant in the World" by The Daily Meal.

 
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After some very incredible years in our location in San Francisco, we are proud to become a part of the Oakland culinary experience.

Millennium has appeal far beyond its innovative plant- and grain-based menu. With cocktails that pop, an eclectic wine list and a huge beer and liquor selection - including Fernet Branca - Millennium’s food and drink will inspire omnivores and vegetarians alike.
— SF Gate
Tucker’s touch with vegan dishes is nothing short of miraculous. He can make foods that normally taste like barnyard fodder into a sublime gastronomic experience.
— Marin Independent Journal
Millennium offers a menu that ‘intrigues even the most devoted carnivores among us’ according to one steak lover.
— San Francisco Magazine