San Francisco

What We’re Thankful for in San Francisco

Thanksgiving is a time to come together over a delicious meal and give thanks for the things we appreciate. We would like to take this opportunity to tell you how grateful we are to be part of your special moments and the good times you share with friends and family. We’re also thankful for our restaurant partners, new and old, who help us make your dining experience memorable.

OLD FRIENDS (OUTERLANDS – OUTER SUNSET)

Outerlands dishes out locally sourced, organic New American fare and delicious homemade bread in a cozy space. The restaurant serves all three meals, with a particularly popular weekend brunch. Weathered-wood walls and a concrete bar keep the dining room both rustic and industrial-inspired.

NEW FRIENDS (MAYBECK’S – MARINA)

Maybeck’s menu features creative twists on familiar regional American favorites, as well as seasonally driven vegetable and meat dishes. Diners can enjoy these reimagined classics in a casual, spacious setting. The restaurant features a dedicated Negroni bar and an approachable wine list.

SPECIAL MOMENTS (NICO – PACIFIC HEIGHTS)

Nico serves up New American, French-inspired fare made from seasonal ingredients, harvested from the restaurant’s roof garden or sourced from local purveyors. The market-driven cuisine is showcased on daily-changing three or five course menus, while the simple and approachable wine program includes both domestic and European wines. The warm and approachably elegant setting features a polished dining room, decorated in classic earth tones.

GOOD TIMES WITH FRIENDS (ORO – SOMA)

With Oro, Chef/Owner Jason Fox brings eclectic California fare and a menu full of stand-alone dishes and individual and shareable plates to Mint Plaza. The casual restaurant boasts a house charcuterie program and a tasting menu composed of off-menu, family-style plates. A roster of classic cocktails, California and Old World wines, and a variety of beers compose the beverage program.

AMERICAN CUISINE (OLD BUS TAVERN – BERNAL HEIGHTS)

Old Bus Tavern is both a restaurant and a brewhouse, serving comfort food and craft brews. The shareable plates, bar seats and brewhouse views encourage a relaxed atmosphere with communal vibes. In addition to house-made beers, the beverage program includes 14 local taps and a cocktail menu focused on whiskey, tequila and mezcal.

Happy dining,
Michelle Manning, Reserve SF

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