Hanukkah is from December 8 to December 16 this year and is approaching quickly. Check out San Francisco Bay Area Hanukkah festivities to get a head start on holiday planning.
Say “so long and goodbye” to 2012 and ring in 2013 with friends or family at some of these most popular parties, bars and restaurants in the Peninsula area. Get your tickets or make reservations soon, as most of these special digs and gala happenings will book up and sell out quickly.
What better gift to give this holiday season than fine food from some of the city’s best establishments? Here are a few options that will delight and impress your nearest and dearest.
Families in the Bay Area can make a day’s outing around their Christmas tree haul, enjoying hayrides, Santa trains, elf workshops, puppet shows, farmyard animals and complimentary snacks and hot drinks which add to the festive atmosphere for all ages.
Opportunities to make your own Christmas gifts in South Bay abound. With present possibilities for everyone from the art lover to the jewelry fanatic, homemade gifts can be the best option this year. Get those creative juices flowing and start knocking folks off your Christmas list by heading to one of these local spots.
Whether you’re looking to chop down your own Douglas Fir, or prefer the pre-chopped, wrapped and ready variety, you’ll be sure to find something to tie to the roof of your car.
SAN FRANCISCO (SF.Funcheap.com) - In Union Square, take advantage of the high-end version of Black Friday, where over 30 downtown stores provide nibbles and holiday drinks, extend their hours and offer deep discounts on Friday, November […]
Take a moment and give back to the community this Holiday Season. Read on below for organizations across the San Francisco Bay Area…
Thanksgiving is the perfect time of year to celebrate everything we have to be grateful for. From hiking and racing to volunteering and shopping, there are plenty of ways to have festive family fun this season.
Your old friends, college pals and family members from far away are in town for the big day where you eat up to your eyeballs in turkey, yams and stuffing. But where can you meet up before this day of thanks and glut? What bars or restaurant are open and where can you go to reminisce, chat and just relax? Here are some spots in East Bay to meet the night before Thanksgiving, also known as Black Wednesday.