Eye on the Bay San Francisco
Even before the New Year’s resolutions are drafted and “do more cultural activities” appears on the list again, consider these San Francisco art events and exhibits for December and beyond.
Visitors to San Francisco during the holidays are in store for a variety of delightful events.
With a successful first year under their belts, owners Hope and Pete Colling are delighted to have brought their dream to life: a quaint little neighborhood shop where they mingle with customers and display their made-with-love items. Here are some Thanksgiving craft ideas from the experts.
Enjoy an exceptional dinner at any of these five Bay Area restaurants open for Thanksgiving.
Camping out at the mall through pre-dawn opening hours to snag the Black Friday discounts on blenders and televisions at the big box stores isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Do remember our small independent retailers and SFMade while you’re out there.
Take the word literally, and Thanksgiving becomes the ideal occasion for volunteerism. Among the best events for Thanksgiving are the opportunities to give something back to those in need. The San Francisco Bay Area has lots of people with hearts of gold.
Many of the most famous attractions in the San Francisco Bay Area are of little or no cost to see.
Pet owners often have their four-legged friends in tow when out and about. Dining out together offers a chance for shared time to enjoy each other’s company away from home.
Craft beers have broadened their image from lofty brews enjoyed by a distinct few to today’s popular drafts with widespread appeal. Happy hours offer opportunities to sample and evaluate the bounty of craft beers, so aim try them all.
Thanksgiving is not only about giving thanks while devouring traditional favorites applauding fall’s harvest, but also about sharing with family and friends new tastes that become part of the yearly celebration. Share a new pie with the family this year by following this recipe.