Part 2: What’s Open? Thanksgiving Dinner by Neighborhood

And here’s part 2!

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Big 4 Restaurant (Nob Hill)

Established in October 1976, Big 4 Restaurant at The Scarlet Huntington was named after the reputed “Big Four” industrialists – Collis P. Huntington, Charles Crocker, Leland Stanford and Mark Hopkins – famed railroad tycoons of the nineteenth century who played a vital role in San Francisco’s history and early development. The renovated restaurant pays tribute to the grandeur of earlier eras, retaining its elegance with an impressive collection of original artifacts, historical photographs and memorabilia from California’s unique history. Loyal patrons and first-time guests enjoy the live piano entertainment that fills this one-of-a-kind destination with refreshing soul.

Bisou (Castro)

Bisou is a french restaurant, serving French cuisine with a Californian accent. Bisou is part of a movement called Bistronomy, where the focus is on using organic locally grown products served with style, in a casual and familial environment.

Bobo’s (Marina/Cow Hollow)

(bo-bo-kwee-var-ee) is the venetian court jester of comedy, embodied in a popular Italian marionette. Bobo’s is a stylish twist on the traditional steakhouse. Chef Andrea Froncillo has created a delectable menu that blends steak, crab, Asian-Italian fusion and comfort food.

Buca di Beppo (SOMA)

Buca di Beppo is a neighborhood Italian restaurant in San Francisco, CA with a lively atmosphere and authentic Italian menu for all to enjoy. In the spirit of Italian culture, our dishes are meant to be shared and served family-style, perfect for passing around the table.

Calzone’s (North Beach)

For a completely different take on North Beach, head up the street to Calzone’s. This sparkling bistro has a large awning along the front with tables and chairs beneath it, perfect for watching the crowd go by on a lazy afternoon.

Chili House (Richmond District)

Chef Han has served two Chinese Presidents and he was the previous executive chef in the office of the Consulate General of China in San Francisco.

To be continued… tune in for the last part of this 3-part feature!

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