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November 25, 2014
Give Delicious Thanks This Turkey Day

Give Thanks at these San Francisco Restaurants

Thanksgiving is coming up soon, on Thursday November 27th, and it’s time to start planning your day. If you’re in town and looking to eat out, here's a roundup of a few of the cozier, more intimate choices that would be particularly nice for a special meal.

Butterfly

Right on the water, in a perfect setting for out-of-towners, check out the abundant menu at Butterfly. It’s three courses, with choices of appetizer and dessert, and a serious spread for the entrée, including salt-baked turkey breast, confit leg, and all the sides you need. It’s $55 per person, not including tax and tip. Pier 33, The Embarcadero, 415-864-8999

Burritt Room & Tavern

Burritt Room & Tavern is offering a three-course prix-fixe on Thanksgiving from 5pm–9pm. The menu offers choices including turkey, of course, or a braised short rib with smoked potato gnocchi, persimmon, pomegranate, and veal consommé. The dinner is $58 per person; call for reservations. 417 Stockton St. at Bush, 415-400-0561

The Cavalier

British-inspired The Cavalier is offering a prix-fixe menu all day long (11:30am–7:30pm) for $75 per person, with wine pairings for an additional $50. 360 Jessie St. at 5th St., 415-321-6000

Cocotte

Also offering a prix-fixe all day long is the neighborhood-friendly Cocotte in Russian Hill, where you can get beef Wellington, braised turkey, yam casserole, and pumpkin tart. The dinner is three courses with choices for $69 per person, served from 12pm–9pm. 1521 Hyde St. at Jackson, 415-292-4415

Elite Cafe

Check out Elite Cafe for a Southern-inspired feast. It’s available from 2pm–8:30pm and is $65 per person or $30 per child under 10. 2049 Fillmore St. at California, 415-673-5483

One Market

For a cool location near the Embarcadero, One Market is offering a four-course Thanksgiving meal for $67 per person, or $29 for children under 10, not including tax and tip.  1 Market Plaza at Steuart St., 415-777-5577

Photo by Tim Sackton / CC BY-SA

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