Thanksgiving Freak-Out Solution: Soothing Food, Stiff Drinks at Home (the Restaurant)
Way back in September, you made some grandiose announcement you'd be cooking Thanksgiving this year. Now, two days out, you're freaking, imagining a Turkey Day eve spent fishing a rock-solid Butterball out of the Safeway freezer bin. Relax. SFoodie's offering last-minute suggestions even an obsessive procrastinator could be thankful for.
pup ajax/Flickr You can tell everyone you spent the holiday at Home.
Home Restaurant (2100 Market at Church) is known for two things: extreme comfort food and hearty cocktails -- essentials for surviving any family gathering. This year, don't feel you have to click your shoes and chant, Dorothy-style, to keep the chill holiday vibe going. Kids can eat a traditional Thanksgiving meal for $20, and non-kids for $40 ($55 with wine pairings). Dig in to classics like honey-glazed ham, turkey, and all the fixin's. A veggie menu is also available.