In a food-focused city like San Francisco, Thanksgiving is one of the year’s favorite holidays. Maybe because feasting with friends and family is not just a once-a-year event, most locals make an extra effort to celebrate the day with a next-level culinary experience.
And that day is fast approaching!
Today is the perfect day to finalize your Thanksgiving plans. Whether you’re hosting visitors from out-of-town, heading to a “friendsgiving” spectacular, planning some outdoor time or just dreaming of a long weekend of eating leftovers, The Standard can help.
Check out our “survival” guide below for ideas on how to make the most of your Thanksgiving celebration without a last-minute scramble.
Choose from our list of critically acclaimed restaurants, organic grocers and vegan specialists and serve up a platter from the pros.
Skip the dishes, and let the professionals handle this year’s feast. And don’t hesitate to call at the last minute—trust us, there will be cancellations.
Why go pumpkin? Freshen up your Thanksgiving table with a unique slice of San Francisco sweets.
It’s the busiest time of year for wine merchants so review these pro picks to buy the right varietals to buy for your feast.
Many local nonprofits still have shifts available for this holiday season—or check our list to make plans for after the holidays.
Eight ideas for where to take houseguests or meet friends in the city for a fun day of strolling around.
Got friends in town for the holidays and dying to catch up? Take them to one of these bars where you can talk—and actually hear their responses.
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