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Apr 27, 2009 07:38 PM

San Francisco; Turkey, Gravy, Mashed Potatoes

Does anyone in San Francisco serve "thanksgiving" style Turkey dinners or sandwiches?

I've really been craving this and can't find somewhere that does it well. The best I can find is Mel's Diner and that certainly can't be the best.

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  1. Tommy's Joynt and Tennessee Grill (on special rotation). Tommy's is a hof brau. Tennessee a diner. Both are inexpensive.

    Tommy's Joynt
    1101 Geary Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94109

    Tennessee Grill
    1128 Taraval St, San Francisco, CA 94116

      1. Chick n Coop & Pluto's

        Pluto's Fresh Food
        627 Irving St, San Francisco, CA 94122

        Chick & Coop Restaurant
        1055 Taraval St, San Francisco, CA 94116

        1. For turkey and dressing, your best bet is probably a hofbrau - if you can find one anymore.

          In San Rafael at Northgate 1, there's the Roast Haus which has rotisserie turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry sauce, various vegetable and salad sides. You can specify sandwich or dinner plate format.

          1. Lefty O'Doul's is probably about the same as Tommy's Joint. In the same company, Schroeder's.

            Wednesdays at Manor Coffee Shop on West Portal ... though you might call to confirm that is still true.

            Lucky Penny ... ok, I'm joking about that one ... they have it but Denny's looks good by comparison. Better off at Boston Market than LP.

            There's a deli across from Delancy Street on the Embarcadero. Despite living there more than a decade, I can never remember the name. However, while it isn't exactly what you are looking for, they roast turkey every day and you can get mashed potatoes. I don't remember about stuffing or gravy, since my thing was a fresh roasted turkey sandwich with lettuce, tomato and cranberry sauce. My comfort sandwich after a stressfull day.