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Nov 12, 2009 08:27 PM

Vegetarian Thanksgiving?

Honey and I are driving up North for Thanksgiving. We're interested in a delicious vegetarian Thanksgiving dinner in or around SF or Berkeley. In LA, we'd probably get dinner from Real Food Daily or Native Foods (if I wasn't cooking) . . . something in this vein . . . Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!

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  1. You might check the lists in this thread which has every restaurant I know of in the Bay Area serving Thanksgiving. If there is an online menu, the url is provided.

    Everything Thanksgiving 2009

    Off the top of my head, I remember Roots is serving vegetarian with glueten-free options. In the first reply in the above topic. There's a direct link to Roots

    However, check out the links and you will find others. Also, all the Holiday Buffets have veggie options.

    1. Millennium serves a heavenly Thanksgiving 5-course meal for $60 apiece. It's fancier than RFD and Native Foods, but you'll have a wonderful meal, guaranteed. Link: .

      Millennium Restaurant
      580 Geary St., San Francisco, CA 94102

      4 Replies
      1. re: rahir

        They don't have any tables left on opentable so it might be sold out.

        Nothing on opentable for any of their other vegetarian restaurants, either.

        Some of the places in their Thanksgiving list mention vegetarian menus:

        1. re: Robert Lauriston

          It's worth making a phone call, though! Sometimes restaurants only allot a certain amount of tables to Opentable.

          1. re: Robert Lauriston

            Since I started recording Opentable Thanksgiving restaurants from the day the list was put up, I can say with certainty that Milennium was never on the Thanksgiving list. It is odd how many restaurants on Opentable serving Thanksgiving, don't include themselves on that list.

            1. re: rworange

              If they always book up early, they may want to keep the tables for regulars.