Where to Dine In or Get Takeout for Thanksgiving Dinner in the Bay Area

Fantastic feasts! These San Francisco restaurants offer take-out and dine-in Thanksgiving dinner for a stress-free Thanksgiving Day

Treat yourself and your family to a Thanksgiving without the stress or fuss this year by pre-ordering your turkey dinner to devour at home or skip the dishes all together and dine at one of our favorite Bay Area’s restaurants that are open on Thanksgiving Day. With either plan, you can relax, put your feet up, and actually have a chance to watch the Macy’s 96th annual parade (there’s a rumor that Bluey plans to make an appearance this year). These are our favorite to-go, delivery, and restaurants offering Thanksgiving dinners in the Bay Area. And once you’ve decided where and what to eat, don’t forget to make a plan to buy your Christmas tree, check out all the holiday light displays happening around San Francisco as well as see how many nearby holiday bucket list events you can check off this year.

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The Best San Francisco Restaurants Open on Thanksgiving Day

One Market

In addition to takeout options for Thanksgiving (available for pick-up on Nov. 23 and costs $79/person—more information below), One Market will also be offering a four-course sit-down Thanksgiving dinner. The menu features traditional dishes, like a roasted Diestel turkey, but for non-turkey lovers—they also offer pork, salmon, and vegetarian options. 

Cost: $89/person; $49/kid (10 and under)

One Market Plaza
San Francisco
Online: onemarket.com

International Smoke

Chef Michael Mina and his culinary team introduce a very special dinner buffet from International Smoke. Available options include chilled shellfish, a carving station complete with cedar smoked salmon, turkey with cranberry sauce, and Wagyu prime rib, savory sides and sweet desserts—including Ayesha’s bread pudding.

Cost: $105/person; $49/kid

301 Mission St.
San Francisco
Online: internationalsmoke.com

Le Colonial

A French Vietnamese restaurant, Le Colonial's menu includes (among many other tasty options!) a clay pot caramel organic turkey with sides of roasted beets, caramelized white pumpkin, and fresh turmeric mashed potatoes. Groups of four or more will be served family-style.

Cost: $120/person

20 Cosmo Pl.
San Francisco
Online: lecolonialsf.com

Franciscan Crab Restaurant

Enjoy Thanksgiving this year with fantastic views of the bay! Options include a cup of clam chowder, house salad, roasted turkey breast, gravy, house made stuffing, mashed potatoes, veggies, cranberry chutney and pumpkin pie a la mode.

Cost: $40/person; $20/kid

Fisherman’s Wharf, Pier 43 ½
San Francisco
Online: franciscancrabrestaurant.com

The Stinking Rose

Enjoy a three-course traditional Thanksgiving dinner served all day alongside all of The Stinking Rose's regular menu selections. This Thanksgiving, try the Bagna Calda—garlic cloves oven roasted in extra virgin olive oil & butter with a hint of anchovies.

Cost: $40/person; $20/kid

325 Columbus Ave.
San Francisco
Online: thestinkingrose.com

3rd Cousin

Feast your eyes on this three-course farm to table menu featuring organic turkey and all the sides. Your family will have a choice of inside or outside dining in a heated and covered parklet. 

Cost: $124/person; $39/kid (12 and under)

919 Cortland Ave.
San Francisco
Online: 3rdcousinsf.com

Zingari Ristorante & Jazz Room

Looking for a unique way to celebrate Thanksgiving this year? Dine with live music this Thanksgiving while you enjoy Zingari Ristorante's three-course menu. Gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan selections are available. Pro Tip: book the piano room. It costs an additional $45, but your kiddos will love the live music.

Cost: $95/person; kids can order a la carte

501 Post St.
San Francisco
Online: zingari.com

Park Chalet

This Thanksgiving, why not enjoy a meal near the Pacific Ocean? Park Chalet offers a 3-course prix fixe meal for adults and a two-course version for children. Start with oysters or fried calamari before moving on to butternut squash soup or radicchio endive salad. And then comes the main event. Choose between roasted turkey with all the fixings, pan seared seabass with stuffing, potatoes, root vegetables and cranberry sauce, or farro risotto. 

Cost: $85/person; $37.50/kid

1000 Great Hwy.
San Francisco
Online: parkchalet.com

Hard Rock Café 

Want a rock and roll Thanksgiving this year? The legendary Hard Rock Café can give you and your family something to dance about. The menu includes low-roasted turkey breast, roasted fresh vegetables, home-style classic stuffing, creamy sweet potato mash, cranberry sauce, and  traditional turkey gravy. A Kids' Thanksgiving Menu is also available, as is pumpkin pie. After dinner, take in the views and explore Pier 39.

39 Pier #256
San Francisco
Online: hardrockcafe.com

Where to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in the South Bay & Peninsula

Porta Blu Restaurant at Hotel NIA

This fun buffet-style thanksgiving lunch features signature staples like a roasted turkey carvery, traditional sides and decadent desserts, but it also offers cheese and charcuterie plates, a "bruschetta bar" and live jazz from The Charged Particles jazz band. 

Cost: $110/person; $85/kid (12-18); $65/kids (6-11); kids under 6 eat for free

200 Independence Dr.
Menlo Park
Online: portablurestaurant.com

Four Seasons Hotel Silicon Valley 

Inspired by the season’s best produce, the talented chefs at Quattro Restaurant & Bar offer a meal to be thankful for, in addition to takeout options detailed below, they're offering in-person dining. On the menu is a roasted leg of lamb carving station, cold appetizer buffet, hand crafted charcuterie, buttermilk brined turkey, ash-crusted beef tenderloin, smoked salmon and more! If you have room, enjoy a decadent dessert buffet by Pastry Chef Guillermo Soto. 

Cost: $185/person; $60/kid (or a la carte)

2050 University Ave.
East Palo Alto
Online: fourseasons.com

Fleming's Prime Steak House

There is a turkey option, but why not opt for a bone-in ribeye or a petite filet mignon this year! With a full holiday menu, complete with lobster bisque, mashed potatoes, green beans with apricots and onions, and cinnamon orange cranberry sauce—your family is sure to be satisfied. The children's menu is similar to the adults with additions like a cheese and cracker appetizer and a mac and cheese main course.

Cost: $57/person

Various locations
Online: flemingssteakhouse.com

Where to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in the East Bay

The Macaroni Grill

Get ready for a traditional holiday feast for the entire family. The Macaroni Grill offers three-courses, including turkey, all the usual trimmings, and desserts like pumpkin cannoli, traditional cannoli, and pumpkin tiramisu. 

Cost: $34/person, $17/kid

8000 El Cerrito Plaza
El Cerrito
Online: macaronigrill.com

The Lake Chalet Seafood Bar & Grill

The sister restaurant to Beach Chalet, this East Bay eatery features a delicious three-course turkey dinner and other temptations such as pan seared sea bass and farro risotto. 

Cost: Menu is a la carte or 3-course prix-fix $85/person; $37.50/kid

1520 Lakeside Dr.
Online: thelakechalet.com

Souley Vegan

Celebrate a vegan Thanksgiving Day feast with seitan country fried steak with lots of 100% plant-based sides! Souley vegan's Authentic Louisiana Creole Flavor is sure to be a hit for vegans and non-vegans alike! To-go options are also available!

Cost: $36/person; $17/kid

301 Broadway
Online: souleyvegan.com

alley & vine

For the first time since their opening, alley & vine will be offering dine-in Thanksgiving. The three-course menu is vegetarian-friendly with substitutions offered across the board, but the classic turkey entree will remain. If you're not into turkey, guests can alternatively order the Wild Alaskan Halibut. Seating will be available both indoors and outdoors.

Cost: $79/person; $35/kid (12 and under) 

1332 Park St. Suite D
Online: alleyandvine.com

Where to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in Marin County

Carneros Resort & Spa

While the Carneros Resort is offering Turkey To-Go meals, they’re also offering a thoughtfully designed (by Chef John Carney!) multi-course family-style Thanksgiving dinner featuring all the classics with produce straight from their culinary gardens.

Cost: $135/person; $59/kid (3-12)

4048 Sonoma Hwy.
Online: carnerosresort.com

Salito's Crab House & Prime Rib

Start with a bowl of clam chowder and a Ceasar salad before moving onto the main event—turkey breast with gravy, stuffing, cranberry relish, potatoes, veggies, and pumpkin pie. 

Cost: $40/person; $20/kid

200 Bridgeway
Online: salitoscrabhouse.com

Left Bank 

This 4-course prix-fixe dinner includes butternut squash soup, Fuyu persimmon salad, and a traditional roasted turkey with mashed potatoes, stuffing, Brussel sprouts, candied yams, and orange cranberry relish. Or—if turkey isn’t to your liking, try the salmon with roasted root vegetables, the butternut squash and kale ravioli, or the grilled pork chop. All meals come with a choice of pumpkin or apple pie. Bonus: There’s a special kids menu, too, a 2-Course Prix Fix for $15. 

Cost: $69/person (4-course); $15/kid (2-course)

Various locations
Online: leftbank.com


Thanksgiving dinner with all of your favorite foods! Start your meal off with family style appetizers (spiced pecans and marinated olives). Enjoy butternut and sweet potato soup and a little gem wedge salad before moving on to your entrée. You’ll have a choice between roast turkey with traditional sides, or grilled salmon with melted leeks, Brussel sprouts, squash and wild mushrooms. Sweet dessert options include pumpkin pie, chocolate, cheesecake, and sorbet. 

Cost: $78/person; $30/kid (12 and under)

120 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.
San Anselmo
Online: insalatas.com

Where to Pre-Order Prepared Thanksgiving Dinner in San Francisco



Below are some of our favorite spots that are offering mouth-watering Thanksgiving-themed dinners for pre-order and pick-up across San Francisco. But if you can't commit to just one delicious spot and would rather get your favorite items a la carte like your favorite pie from that amazing bakery across town or your turkey from across the Bay? Enter Locale—the food delivery service that offers family-style meals, baked goods and more from local favorites like Bouchon Bakery and Frog Hollow Farms, along with a slew of other noteworthy restaurants, cafes and grocers. It’s like shopping from the best of the best, with one low delivery price of $5.

Good to Know: Products aren't restricted to your geographical area—you can get your favorites from across the nation too. Thanksgiving pre-orders are now open.

Online: shoplocale.com

Luke’s Local 

With a wide variety of raw birds, Luke’s Local offers a smoked (whole or half) turkey from Willie Bird Farms. And you can choose from a wide selection of sides. Some options are more traditional, like stuffing, candied yams and mashed potatoes, but other seasonal options include arugula salad with persimmon, candied walnuts and goat cheese or stuffed squash with quinoa and pepitas. Pies are also available. And whether you’re hosting or not, why not throw in a seasonal bouquet or holiday wreath? 

Cost: Whole House-Smoked Willie Bird Turkey is $148

960 Cole St.
San Francisco

2190 Union St.
San Francisco
Online: lukeslocal.com

Scopo Divino

Scopo Divino offers a Thanksgiving dinner to go that will make your mouth water. Complete with herb-rubbed & roasted split turkey, Madeira gravy & cranberry sauce, deviled eggs, stuffing, creamed spinach, mashed potatoes, autumn salad, and pumpkin pie with homemade chantilly cream. This meal serves 2-4 people and can be picked up on Nov. 23. And don’t forget to add some champagne and wine—award-winning Scopo Divino is one of the best wine bars in the city. 

Cost: $130/person

2800 California St. Unit 101
San Francisco
Online: scopodivino.com


This Thanksgiving, Lily is offering a three-course set menu. It features a choice of salad or soup, salt-baked Diestel turkey breast, confit turkey sweet potato hash,  baby bok choy, shrimp and lap xuong fried rice, black truffle mushrooms jus, and scallion ginger relish. Personally, we can’t wait to try the “Change Your Life” Warm Pumpkin Pie. Pay ahead and pick up your meal at noon on Thanksgiving day.

Cost: $88/person

225 Clement St.
San Francisco
Online: lilyonclement.com


Credo is offering Thanksgiving to-go for pick-up on Nov. 22 & 23. Your Thanksgiving Dinner Kit feeds a family of 6-8 people and includes the following: organic sous-vide turkey (14-16 lbs.), Yukon gold mashed potatoes, chestnut sage stuffing, balsamic roasted carrots, roasted forest mushrooms, classic Caesar salad, roasted turkey gravy, and cranberry orange sauce. 

Cost: $350/6-8 people

360 Pine St.
San Francisco
Online: credosf.com

One Market

One Market is also offering a pick-up three-course Thanksgiving menu featuring a Pear & Arugula Salad, Roasted Willie Bird Turkey with cornbread-sausage stuffing (non-sausage version available), root vegetables and shallot-thyme gravy, along with a pumpkin tart with peach caramel. Pick up your meal on Nov. 23.

Cost: $79/person

One Market Plaza
San Francisco
Online: onemarket.com

A-Five Meats

A-Five Meat Company, a distribution company that provides the finest cuts of wagyu to the world’s top chefs, is now available to the consumer at home. Order the new Wagyu Feast, which features 6 pieces of wagyu and wagyu ground beef and includes Kobe beef and the Sanuki Olive Fed A5 Grade for a turkey alternative with a group. The company also offers a Wagyu Sampler and Wagyu Essentials pack. 

201 Spear St.
San Francisco
Online: a5meats.com

Brenda’s French Soul Food

This boneless turkey breast dinner serves 2-5 people and comes with all the fixings: butter whipped potatoes, andouille cornbread dressing, green beans, biscuits, and cranberry compote. And to fill your kitchen with autumnal holiday aromas, add spiced wine or cider! Pick-up is on Nov. 23 for both locations.

Cost: $210/person

652 Polk St.
San Francisco

4045 Broadway at 41st
Online: frenchsoulfood.com


Chef Matt Accarrino offers an Italian-inspired Thanksgiving feast in two packages—one for 3-4 people and the other for 6-8 people. Both packages include: roast turkey, black truffle gravy, root vegetable stuffing, insalata rossa, prosciutto, salumi & cheese with focaccia, baked crespelle, four side dishes and a choice of one pie.

Cost: $285/3-4 people; $500/6-8 people

1911 Fillmore St.
San Francisco
Online: spqrsf.com

Where to Pre-Order Prepared Thanksgiving Dinner in the East Bay


Mica Talmor’s mains, sides and desserts, made with her distinctive Mediterranean and Eastern Europe influence, are returning for another Thanksgiving Day treat! Order a la carte from a special holiday menu that includes roasted turkey, mushroom “Bastilla,” Moroccan-style phyllo pie, Yukon gold and celeriac mashed potatoes, shaved Brussel sprouts with butternut squash and brandied cherries, house-made biscuits, sweet potato cheesecake with candied ginger, pecan-caramel bars, and more! And apple pie from Oakland-based baker Edith’s Pie will be available whole and by the slice. Order by Nov. 17 for pick-up on Nov. 22 or 23.

3770 Piedmont Ave Unit B.
Online: pomellaoakland.com

Horn Barbecue  

Pitmaster Matt Horn (best new chef, Food & Wine Magazine 2021) is at it again! This year, he offers smoked turkey ($150), whole smoked brisket ($250) or smoked beef rib slab (3 bones) ($120). Sides include mac & cheese, collard greens, and Granny’s potatoes. For dessert, try the banana pudding or the bread pudding. Pick-up is on Nov. 23.  

2534 Mandela Parkway
Online: hornbarbecue.com

Buttercup Diner

This traditional Thanksgiving feast for a family of four to six is a steal at $80/person! The turkey with all the trimmings will be just as delicious as their famous pies and with a couple of locations around, there's one bound to be nearby. 

229 Broadway
Online: buttercupdiner.com

Montperi Caterers

Order Chef Lamont’s Thanksgiving specials for pick-up or delivery. This years menu includes a 15-18 lb. turkey ($200) or maple glazed ham ($70), and traditional sides in either small (6-8 servings, $40) or large (10-12 servings, $60). Think stuffing, mashed potatoes, mac n cheese, cranberry sauce, Brussel sprouts and citrus green beans. For dessert, you have an option of pumpkin pie ($25) or apple cobbler ($35). Run, don’t walk—Montperi Caterers have limited availability.

Good to Know: Delivery is available throughout the Bay Area

Online: montpericatering.com

Where to Order Prepared Thanksgiving Dinner in the South Bay & Peninsula

Four Seasons Hotel Silicon Valley

This Thanksgiving, from the comfort of your home, savor a fully prepared meal by the chefs at Four Seasons Hotel Silicon Valley. Each family-style menu includes butter-basted young turkey, Beechers cheddar whipped mashed potatoes, smashed yams, roasted squash, baby carrots and parsnips. Also included is a celeriac and roasted apple soup. Your choice of dessert includes pumpkin pie or white chocolate cheesecake with caramelized apples. Place your orders on the Hotel Website from Oct. 18 to Nov. 17. Pick-up at the hotel’s Quattro Restaurant & Bar on Nov. 24.

Cost: Meals for four are $450, for 6 is $550, and 8 is $650

2050 University Ave.
East Palo Alto
Online: fourseasons.com

Manresa Bread

This year, Manresa Bread features seasonal favorites made with house-milled flour: Panettone, Pecan Pie, Pumpkin Cheesecake, Babka, Apple Pie, Butter Buns, Snack Tins, and more! Pre-order now for pick-up on Nov. 22 or Nov 23.

Various locations
Online: manresabread.com


The entire menu is a la carte so feel free to create the Thanksgiving meal of your dreams. Think organic turkey (10-12 lb.: $125; 24-26 lb.: $265), traditional stuffing, Brussel sprouts with chestnuts, mashed potatoes, glazed carrots, cranberry-orange relish and more! Place your orders by Nov. 20 for pick-up on Nov. 23.

3001 El Camino Real
Online: selbysrestaurant.com

Where to Order Prepared Thanksgiving Dinner in Marin County

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Carneros Resort & Spa

Carneros Resort is offering Turkey To-Go meals for those that want to enjoy the deliciousness of FARM's award-winning culinary team within the comfort of their own home. The package features a Willy Bird organic grain-fed turkey with traditional sides, all featuring the abundant flavors of Napa Valley. It's $385 for 4-6 people. To order, email market@carnerosresort.com

4048 Sonoma Hwy.
Online: carnerosresort.com


Thanksgiving at Insalata’s looks a little different this year, but we're sure it will be just as delicious. With large a la carte options for sides and desserts, there is no turkey this year, but there IS a turkey kit (how fun!), which includes herb butter, sage leaves, onion, lemons, oranges, thyme, and Chef Taylor’s instructional video. Your house will smell as delicious as your meal will taste! Cocktails for six adults and wines by the bottle are also available.

120 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.
San Anselmo
Online: insalatas.com

More Spots to Order Prepared Thanksgiving Dinner throughout the Bay Area

Jessie & Laurent: Save your sanity and order up a gourmet meal from Jessie & Laurent this Thanksgiving. This San Rafael-based company has delivered delicious, chef-made meals to the Bay Area for nearly 40 years. Thanksgiving offerings from Jessie & Laurent include:

  • Traditional Whole Diestel Turkey Dinner for 4-6 people ($195) or 8-10 people ($395). Sides include classic stuffing with crimini and oyster mushrooms baked to a golden brown, creamy whipped potatoes, roasted Brussel sprouts w butternut squash, a winter chicory salad, some cranberry apple pear chutney, and last but not least—a large Amaretto pumpkin pie
  • A la carte options (like a whole cooked turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, and homemade square ravioli) for those who want to do some cooking, but not all of it.
  • Local Artisan Cheese & Charcuterie Platter ($75)
  • Stuffed and Glazed Cornish Hens for two (with potatoes, roasted Brussel sprouts with butternut squash, gravy, cranberry apple pear chutney, a winter chicory salad, and a small Amaretto pumpkin pie! All for $110)

Whole Foods Market: Whether you want an entire Thanksgiving feast for 12, just sides, soups and sauces, or a vegan celebration, give Whole Foods a try. With options of a fully cooked or raw turkey and sides fully prepared or just the ingredients, they really do cater to everyone. 

Omaha Steaks: Build the perfect Thanksgiving dinner at Omaha Steaks. With dinner packages for families or 4, 6 or 8, you can customize your holiday meal. Want a whole roasted turkey or a fully cooked prime rib roast? Why not try the turkey roulade or the the country ham? Available sides include everyone’s favorite green been casserole, creamed corn, garlic mashed potatoes, caramel apple tartlets, and more! 

Williams Sonoma: Not only does Williams Sonoma offer beautiful cookware and dinnerware collections, they also offer a full Thanksgiving feast to be simply heated at home and served to your eager guests. 


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