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Thanksgiving Events in San Francisco – Hotel Nikko Union Square
Thanksgiving in San Francisco is a spirited time when the city feels enlightened and glows with cultural energy.  While you have a few days for a holiday adventure, spend some time exploring this magical city – from the lighting of the Union Square Holiday Tree to Thanksgiving Day cruises on San Francisco Bay.  Here are a few ideas to get you in the Thanksgiving spirit!
  • Thanksgiving Cruises on SF Bay 
A cool way to enjoy Thanksgiving is cruising on San Francisco Bay. HornBlower Cruises offer Thanksgiving dinner cruises with gourmet buffet or seated dinners, bands, bars and breathtaking views of the Bay and Golden Gate Bridge – starting at 100 bucks.
  • Union Square Tree Lighting & Shopping
Union Square is an electrifying shopping destination that buzzes with holiday cheer over Thanksgiving – from the colorful windows of Macy’s to the Black Friday sales. Get into the festivities at the Macy’s Annual Tree Lighting in Union Square Park on November 28th at 6 pm.  Enjoy music and entertainment as you gaze at the tree sparkling with lights. Glide around the ice rink as Union Square glistens at night.
  • Thanksgiving Day Dining 

Food is the soul of every Thanksgiving Day celebration. ANZU at Hotel Nikko features a Thanksgiving Day Buffet with roasted turkey with the trimmings, prime rib, delicious sides and salads and decadent desserts like pumpkin pie. Indulge in fresh, local cuisine and an extensive wine list at this chic Union Square eatery. For Thanksgiving Dinner at ANZU, call 415-394-1100.

 

Happy Thanksgiving From Hotel Nikko

 

Hotel Nikko offers a luxury hotel experience with modern style and warm hospitality. Relax in elegant rooms and suites with views of downtown, enjoy fine dining or meet for a holiday drink and entertainment at Feinstein’s. An urban oasis in the heart of San Francisco, Hotel Nikko offers gorgeous indoor event and private dining space for holiday parties and celebrations.

About 5 years ago by sfdestinationvisit

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