Spanksgiving Food Resources

I’m not a huge Citysearch fan, but this season I was looking for food resources for the holiday and came across their simple and excellent Thanksgiving Planner. It has places to get birds both vegan and animal, ready to cook and pre-cooked; pre-assembled meals that you can order in a few minutes online (for pickup at Whole Foods locations around town), and even local restaurants that are doing dinners and events. Who knew Waiters on Wheels will cater your Thanksgiving with, say, a turkey meal from Lefty O’Douls? The planner iz truly excellent if you’re having an event or want to go out. Then again, the holiday is an odd one; best to rent Addams Family Values and enjoy all the free, open parking. One year for Thanksgiving, instead of orphan potlucks or suffering with other people’s families, I took acid with a bunch of friends and wandered around SF in daylight hours. We tried to fly a kite. It took us a while to realize there was no wind. Good times.

But — I was excited to see this on the Citysearch list: my favorite (and not cheap) gourmet vegan restaurant Millennium is doing a $60 five-course feast from 2:30pm to 7:30pm (the menu is in their events).

2 Comments so far

  1. Jason D- (unregistered) on November 20th, 2007 @ 9:05 pm

    At my house every day is spanksgiving ;-)

  2. seany (unregistered) on November 21st, 2007 @ 9:39 am

    Teh Chronic reported yesterday that there were 90 restaurants that were still taking Thanksgiving reservations at OpenTable, so there’s another resource to look into. All the high-end hotels will have at least one restaurant running, usually in banquet mode.

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